And not from the dwindling cadre of conservatives there.
Why does nobody scream separation of church and state when they show up?
The ancient Marxists and modern art academicians have at least one thing in common: For both of them “art is a weapon.” Unfortunately, for neither of them, who seem to overlap, has it been a particular talent.
An increasing number of insiders say, contrary to the multitude of studies and seminars we’ve slogged through, that there is not a shortage of Science Technology and Engineering Majors (STEM) but a glut.
At taxpayer expense, of course. Apparently it never occurs to them to pursue a public good on their own dime.
On the third anniversary of his passing, we remember M. Stanton Evans economic advice, and take note on how we are doing following it.
A Florida State University research project will research how certain prison reforms will reduce the amount of ex-inmates committing crimes and will help them adjust to civilian life, which aligns with the Trump administration’s recently-outlined principles.
And wait until you see where it comes from.
Generation Opportunity, a pro-free market Millennial grassroots organization, published a digital ad that criticizes localities for pushing corporate handouts to land Amazon HQ2.
During the Obama years, the federal government virtually declared war on so-called “visa mills,” usually aiming its fire at for-profit universities. Evidently, they missed at least one non-profit that fits that description. “The State of…
Queer architecture is a subject of a course at Tufts University, per a recent course description published by the university.
Harvard’s Class of 2003 doesn’t think much of one of its classmates – the one who works for President Trump.
And they’re proving it by participating in a conference and the Brookings Institution called “Building a more dynamic and competitive economy.”
Apparently they missed the part that goes “regardless of race, creed or color.”
Because they can.
A visiting professor will teach a course on feminist and queer-themed dance at UMass-Amherst this upcoming fall semester.
Apparently, according to one music education adjunct professor at New York University, ‘Eurocentric’ music education is a ‘product of racism.’
That’s what the U. S. Department of Education wants to know.
The old joke is that those who can’t do teach, and Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne has been teaching his brains out.
Marquette University advised its students to not use the word “illegal” when referring to students who are in the country illegally for fear of offending them.