As readers of this space know, we frequently subject academics to what we view as constructive criticism. As travelers through the blogosphere may have noticed, they sometimes answer those critiques.
A letter responding to Academic Evangelicals by Mal Kline.
The Discovery Institute in July will launch the www.standupforscience.com website to help defend Kansas’ science standards.
If the 9/11 conspiracy theories circulated by academics such as the University of Wisconsin’s Kevin Barrett sound familiar, it might be because they echo the themes heard on Al-Jazeera’s broadcasts.
If there is a rogue element in the CIA that is manipulating the press and the government behind the scenes, is this not a story that should be told? Those who run our journalism schools don’t seem to think so.
Regarding the article about homeschooling The Homeschooling Decision.
Don Irvine comments on a English school’s decision to block students from wearing England football jerseys the day of the first round match.
Another letter in response to The Homeschooling Decision.
Dr. Balch discusses a new study about academia’s obsession with diversity.
It is amazing how many people equate an age-segregated institution like the public school with the real world.