In the days of state-level tax revolts, California showed the rest of the country how to attract residents and businesses. Now it seems hell-bent on repelling them.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Martin Kich of Wight State University helps give us an inside view on why college gets more expensive even as their presidents make belt-tightening noises.
At George Washington University, Jemele Hill, the former ESPN reporter whose career at the network came to an abrupt end when she called President Trump a “white supremacist,” injected herself into a current controversy.
Believe it or not they did, albeit a century ago.
What’s the difference between being a resident activist at UCLA and a student there? The activists get paid.
This is an interesting development: UCLA administrators are finding they can just say no to the SJP.
They think it is. At least one professor agrees.
At Harvard, a Johns Hopkins professor made the case for birthright citizenship but left open the question of its Constitutionality.
Apparently election day was Halloween for liberals who wanted to play trick or treat.
On November 7, the Heritage Foundation hosted Dr. Deirdre McCloskey, Distinguished Professor of Economics, History, English, and Communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago, who argued that socialism is immoral and that free markets are moral.