And the paragraph comes from Andrew Salter, Assistant Professor of Economics in the Rawls College of Business, and the Comparative Economics Research Fellow at Texas Tech University’s Free Market Institute.
A federal judge looking at its charter does not appear to be too concerned.
And they’re using a law signed during the Reagan years.
Christians should support abortion, claims an Elon University professor.
A New York City college course disputes that heterosexual intimacy is unnatural, and its title is “Queer Ecologies.”
In filing an amicus, or friend of the court, brief, the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) may be putting itself on the opposite side of Asian-Americans alleging discrimination at Harvard.
A high school teacher in Massachusetts, suspended for attempting to teach her class about anti-Semitism, has been vindicated by an arbitrator.
The Yellowhammer state has high school graduation rates that should make the rest of us envious.
Despite the party line coming out of the media and academia.
If you haven’t had a new computer in 17 years, you might envy these school districts.