As an amateur Civil War buff, having walked the hallowed battlegrounds of Gettysburg and Antietam, I greatly appreciate any best-selling book that discusses one of our nation’s greatest triumphs: the American Civil War.
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
The Ayn Rand Institute hosted a panel discussion at the National Press Club which highlighted the issues facing the Middle East.
Václav Klaus, president of the Czech Republic, in a Hillsdale College-sponsored cruise event, spoke about the roots of the current economic problems facing the European Union (EU), as well as its significance to Americans.
Dr. Anthony Bradley, author of the new book Black and Tired: Essays on Race, Politics, Culture, and International Development, spoke at the Heritage Foundation about his research on the downward moral trend of black culture in America.
In light of education reform and comments made by Education Secretary Arne Duncan, CATO Institute’s policy analysis on Chile’s private school voucher program is a great respite from the political battles encircling states across America.
The Center for American Progress (CAP) continues to buck its so-called “progressive” label with each report and analysis it publishes.
Federal speech codes could only be the beginning.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) has put out a scathing report and analysis on the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (also known as “Campus SaVE”) Act that is up for consideration in both chambers of Congress.
Universities like to think of their lecture series as extensions of the education that students get in their classrooms. Unfortunately, they usually are.
The granting of waivers seems to favor states that have voted for the current administration in the last election, at least for the past decade.