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.
Regarding George Leef’s article of April 26, I say “amen.”
Harvard University’s Institute of Politics (IOP) Student Survey Group recently released their “10 Things Politicians Should Know About Young People” based on their results from an online national poll of 2,923 18-24 year-olds.
Ask Americans how they know which colleges and good and which ones aren’t so good and they’ll probably say, “the U.S. News college rankings.”
StandWithUs urges UC Santa Cruz to take positive steps towards bringing balance and sensitivity to campus events.
Israel Education Group Concerned About Recent UCSC Conference on Zionism
Phil Rosenthal of the Chicago Tribune notes the strange decision by NBC to put its NBC News logo and the NBC peacock, “in all its multicolored glory,” on the videos and photos that it released of Virginia Tech mass murderer Cho Seung Hui.
For many of us, the bloody horrors at Virginia Tech served as a sudden and painful reminder that we live in a fallen world where man is capable of unthinkable evil.