Due in part to the current recession, this federal student aid program is one of the fastest-growing federal programs to date, but it has failed the poor students of America, the John William Pope Center for Higher Education found.
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
John Howard’s book America’s Best Colleges, Really? is a must-read for any American who is concerned about the future of America.
Edward Conard’s book Unintended Consequences attacks the myths surrounding modern economics.
Daniel Sanchez, editor of the Ludwig von Mises Institute newsletter “The Free Market,”does a great job in remembering this great economist.
Currently, the economic crisis is crunching students across the U.S. as they face a crisis: should they go into debt to get a four-year college degree and in the process receive federal student aid?
According to a recent Special Report from Accuracy in Media’s Center for Investigative Journalism and Accuracy in Academia, PBS’s spending and bloated budget have ballooned to upwards of $450 million.
As Dominic Tierney, an associate professor at Swathmore, puts it, it is now up to the U.S. to see and deal with China as a small Lilliputian threat through a giant “Brobdingnagian lens.”
As the upcoming fall elections approach, much of the noise and criticism of Rep. Peter King (R-NY) and his hearings on the growing threat of Muslim radicalization have died down as the media has moved on to other news.
The failure to reach an accord between the Obama Administration and the Russian government should not have been a surprise because the Syrian conflict is viewed differently in the West than in Russia, David Satter, the former Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times, alleges.
He may be on Mount Rushmore and on the dollar bills we spend regularly, but a startling number of Americans, particularly young ones, do not know who George Washington is.