Conservatives are a rarity in Hollywood, but director and producer Jack Marino is proud to be giving them a voice in the industry. Marino’s feature film Forgotten Heroes salutes the veterans of the Vietnam War and shows how the involvement of the Soviet Union impacted the conflict.
With all the news about discrimination, some of the most egregious forms of bias regularly escape scrutiny. One of them is the persistent
discrimination conservative academics suffer at the hands of liberal state universities.
A women’s studies major puts his education to use explaining health care.
A noted author who spent the first 30 years of her life living under Shariah law in the Middle East takes a dim view of the manner in which one of the largest school systems in the country—namely California’s—explains it to students.
Last year, on July 31, 2008, the late Christopher T. Warden, a working journalist turned journalism professor, explained economics in terms so basic that even reporters and politicians should understand, particularly in these perilous economic times.
By one recent count, President Obama has now appointed 34 “czars” to manage a host of projects. One of the most troubling of these is the new
White House science czar, Dr. John Holdren.
On July 16 the Eighth Circuit Court of Appealsruled in favor of the South Iron School District and upheld the right of the district to establish an open forum for distribution of materials on school property.
The steady influx of academics such as John Holdren into the Obama Administration make many wish that these scholars had stayed on campus.
Some Catholic history you are unlikely to get in Catholic schools.
It had to happen. Now even the teachers in the UK are having second thoughts about the nanny state.