Long before the hooded, masked, and dressed-in-black Antifa thugs marauded across campuses such as Berkeley, other supposed progressive campus activists had been raging an ideological war against ideas with which they disagreed.
A quintet of former U. S. Secretaries of Education are weighing in on behalf of the so-called DREAM Act designed to benefit the children of illegal aliens.
Republican presidents from Dwight D. Eisenhower to George H. W. Bush have referred to U. S. Supreme Court decisions as “the law of the land.” Actually, that distinction belongs to the document we celebrate today—the U. S. Constitution.
Free College is becoming such an expensive proposal that even Democrats are starting to notice.
The university that has proudly proclaimed itself to be the birthplace of the Free Speech Movement may also become its graveyard.
Academics don’t blur distinctions between apples and oranges, only between dictatorships and democracies.
For profit colleges, long the bete noire of the Left, may have found a way to get in the good graces of uberprogressives, research from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) indicates.
Specifically, they are having a Freaky Friday and demonstrating in the streets, the way students did in the 1960s.
That there was slavery in America is a tragic fact of American history. The extent of it might surprise you.
The California Teachers Association (CTA) does little to protect its most vulnerable members, former CTA member Rebecca Friedrichs averred in an appearance at the Heritage Foundation last month.