The Detroit News is reporting that “The University of Michigan-Dearborn plans to spend $25,000 for foot-washing stations, making it easier for Muslim students to practice their religion but sparking questions about the separation of church and state.”
When the media and academia overlap in the United States, the result can be—a distorted picture of America. Journalistic icon Bill Moyers shared such a vision when he gave the commencement address at SMU.
Once again, the source of misinformation in the media echo chamber is in the Ivory Tower.
The book, The Privileged Planet, is one of the best science books I
have ever read. That its author would be denied tenure suggests that
Iowa State University is controlled by anti-scientists.
The victory of Stephen Smith in the latest round of Dartmouth trustee elections is another sign of accelerating meltdown of the academic status-quo.
The groundwork for the dissolution of American sovereignty may have been laid at a conference earlier this year at American University.
Could adhering to Darwinism help the conservative cause? Yes, according to Larry Arnhart, who spoke on the topic this week during a heated panel discussion at the American Enterprise Institute. He calls this new way of thinking, “Darwinian Conservatism”.
Recently, 12 students in Vancouver, Washington were suspended for gathering to pray in their cafeteria before school began.
Amnesty for illegal aliens may transfrom American law but it may also increase both the high school dropout rate and the profits of state lotteries.
Our nation’s military personnel show how superior their education is by, among other things, not watching The View.