Recent Articles

Games Counselors Play

, Malcolm A. Kline

With so much school time given over to counseling rather than education, we thought that we would take a look at one of the games that counselors play, literally.

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Philosophically Correct

, Jason Livingood

Those of you who thought that philosophy ran in a straight line from Socrates might be surprised at some of the academic offerings at the recent American Philosophical Association conference.

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Recent Articles

Bad News for Teachers

, Malcolm A. Kline

Unfortunately for public school teachers, it looks like the people in charge of giving us the New Math may have been applying some of that product to the pension funds for educators in government schools.

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2010 Education Pork

, Bethany Stotts

The 2010 Congressional Pig Book, released by Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) is out, and it exposes the considerable pork given to academia.

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Reagan on Government Economics

, Accuracy in Academia

‘Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it’

-Ronald Reagan

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Getting to Know You

, Bethany Stotts

For all those bloggers out there who read our columns (and this blog) … Academia.org is now using pingbacks. If you write about us, be sure to ping our articles so we can visit your…

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Chinese Returnees

, Bethany Stotts

Speakers at a recent Brookings Institution forum on Chinese returnees debated the impact that study abroad experiences will have on China’s political and social development. Around 1.6 million Chinese citizens have studied abroad or finished a fellowship at least a year in duration since 1978, said the panelists.

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The Fall of Natural Law

, Charles G. Mills

When Western man stopped believing in God, he needed an alternative jurisprudence to the Natural Law. The first and greatest challenge to the Natural Law was positivism.

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Collision Course with Reality

, Malcolm A. Kline

To update a favorite one-liner from the 1970s, global warming is for people who can’t face reality. The realists at the Independent Women’s Forum (IWF) have launched a campaign called Balanced Education for Everyone (BEE).

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Stuck on Sustainability

, Malcolm A. Kline

A visit to the Climategate e-mails might dampen the spirits of global warming alarmists as they see what their favorite scientists and UN officials really think of the threat. That might be why they avoid them.

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Sense & Sustainability

, Deborah Lambert

In a recent study of the implications of the “sustainability” movement in higher education, the National Association of Scholars (NAS) reported in their March, 2010 newsletter that “the ideology has gone viral and is being handed down to the next generation on campuses everywhere.”

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Let D.C. Rise

, Bethany Stotts

D.C. school choice activists and families fighting for the restoration of the Washington Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP) met together at the Heritage Foundation on April 13 to screen their short documentary, Let Me Rise, which states that it documents “the story of hundreds of families in our nation’s capital fighting for their children’s future…”

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