John K. Wilson of the AAUP points out the problems in a recent legal decision by a judge to uphold the suspension of Marquette University professor John McAdams over academic freedom
Newspaper reporters is the worst job in America for the third year in a row, writes AIM Chairman Donald Irvine.
Cross-dressers, or “drag queens,” are being sent to read books to children to focus society more on “queer-centered kids programming.”
Thomas Aquinas College was selected as the institution to purchase a historic property in Massachusetts, which will allow the college to open an East Coast campus for their students.
In a bit of shocking news, a Virginia textbook got the Bill of Rights, right.
A prominent feminist journal was criticized for publishing an article on ‘transracialism,’ or the idea that people can claim a different racial identity than their birth race.
Cliff Kincaid of Accuracy in Media detailed how a Trump supporter was verbally abused and arrested at the left-wing People’s Climate March.
Human Rights Campaign, a group representing the LGBT community, criticized a study by Johns Hopkins professor Paul McHugh on gender identity.
School boards are increasingly political and are anti-charter schools, writes AIA Executive Director Malcolm Kline.
To invest in federal school vouchers, or to leave it up to the states? That is the question facing conservatives under the Trump administration.
California State University-San Marcos officials gave funding to gay groups and pro-abortion groups, but denied funding for a pro-life student group.
‘White cis’ (i.e. cisgender) males should resign from their positions of power and let women of color and ‘trans people’ take charge, wrote one professor at Hawaii.
A Harvard University study discovered that the media coverage about President Trump’s first one-hundred days in office were overwhelmingly negative.
A Yale dean got in hot water for posting anti-white rhetoric in her Yelp reviews.
White students at American University will be barred from a new student lounge area after the university bowed to activist demands.
California attorney general declined to investigate the University of California system and its president, former Obama official Janet Napolitano, for a secret fund kept from the public and it is worth $175 million.
A former school board member in Maryland is suspended for a decade and will have to serve three years of supervised probation for stealing thousands of dollars worth of school lunches.
Last year, MIT proudly announced that it was building a solar energy plant in North Carolina that it claimed would benefit both the bay and “tar heel” states. More than half a year later, those…
A presentation by an ICE official and an official from the Department of Justice was shouted down by disruptive protesters at Northwestern University.
A group of college students in Arizona are using crowdfunding to get money to aid those who illegally cross the US-Mexico border.