With the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia, questions arose whether the Trump administration did enough to deter a Russian invasion into Ukraine by sending lethal aid. Compared to the previous Obama administration, the Trump…
Topic: Barack Obama
Every presidential election cycle, there is always a prolonged discussion about which candidate will be the next president of the United States of America. Typically, governors and senators have run for the highest elected office…
A recent poll of college students discovered that a plurality of students voted for Obama as the “best” American president in history.
A recent poll of presidential scholars in academia showed their anti-Trump biases, where they ranked President Trump at the bottom of leadership and diversity and inclusion categories among the fourteen modern U.S. presidents.
Student outcry surrounding an invited speaker, former Obama homeland security secretary Jeh Johnson, forced Johnson to withdraw from speaking at USC’s law school commencement.
We’re reaching a point where the most well-educated voters are often the least informed.
Big names might garner hits and visits but not necessarily provide accuracy.
An article in The Washington Monthly promises Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Higher Education Policy but doesn’t quite deliver.
A Texas-based group alleges the venerable Harvard Law Review discriminates.
Despite former President Obama’s efforts, it appears that at least one of the communities he organized is giving the current president, albeit grudgingly, credit for the economic gains that have occurred, well, during the Trump years.