Dr. Miriam Grossman, psychiatrist at UCLA and author of Unprotected- A Campus Psychiatrist Reveals How Political Correctness in Her Profession Endangers Every Student, talks about how school counseling has gone astray.
Thanks to senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute Christopher Horner, and his new book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism, there is now a resource to deflate the global warming hype.
A new book exposes environmental scares that have become textbook mainstays but bear more than a passing resemblance to urban legends.
Although they are set there, Vesta Sithole’s memoirs are unlikely to be covered in an African Studies course.
Yale may have extricated itself from one controversy when it rejected the application for a Bachelor’s degree from a former Taliban official already taking classes at the new Haven campus. Nonetheless, today’s sons of Eli foster an atmosphere in which indulgence of terrorism can flourish.
R. Cort Kirkwood’s Real Men: Ten Courageous Americans to Know and Admire more than lives up to its title.
If other American industries performed as well as the Education sector, the raft of Chapter 11 bankruptcies would clog courts in the United States for decades to come.
It is one of the ironies of the age that the works of fact we allegedly get from pundits and professors read like fiction while some works of fiction have more of a factual base, like Michael P. Tremoglie’s first novelA Sense of Duty..
Ann Coulter didn’t only tackle widows in her new book, she argued against failing public education.
For more than a half a century, The American Political Tradition and the Men Who Made It has been a widely used textbook in both college and high school advanced placement courses. For about the same time period, it has been misleading students everywhere.