The romantic notion of a powerful underground movement taking hold of a nation and effecting change of international proportions is the hypothesis of journalist David Aikman’s Jesus in Beijing: How Christianity is Transforming China and Changing the Global Balance of Power.
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The snowballing effect of evangelical devotion is changing the face of a nation well on its way to becoming a preeminent global power, according to David Aikman, author of Jesus in Beijing.
To show what college and university English Departments are really teaching,
Accuracy in Academia Executive Director Malcolm Kline and former AIA staff writer Julia Seymour compiled The (Real) MLA Stylebook: Highlights of the Modern Language Association’s 2005 Convention.
David Horowtiz’s Indoctrination U can be seen as a postscript to his earlier work, The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America, released in 2006.
Although it is known in our nation’s capital as “The Great Divide,” at least one veteran journalist points out that the divisions of opinion on the issue of illegal immigration are between the Washington elite and the rest of the country.
When audiences ask Christopher Horner, author of the Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming, why he hasn’t made a video of his rebuttal to former Vice President Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Truth,” he responds, “Well, just imagine 90 minutes of icebergs not melting…”
An increasing number of policy analysts are finding that, despite what you hear from media and academic elites, global warming may be neither universal nor particularly warm.
Even the most freewheeling women’s studies programs will not acknowledge the innate differences between men and women.
At a time when fewer and fewer English professors can actually answer questions about literature, college students in search of America’s literary tradition are more likely to find it in books such as The Politically Incorrect Guide to English and American Literature than they are, say, at the Modern Language Association annual convention.
In one of the many ironic twists and turns of life on Capitol Hill, the failure to pass amnesty for illegal aliens in Congress may have been the catalyst for the latest attempt by the Democratic majority there to bring back the so-called Fairness Doctrine.