With the killing of Jamal Kashoggi, a contributor to The Washington Post, in Saudi Arabia, media outlets started churning out stories on President Trump’s past business deals with the Saudis, but have yet to examine the Arab nation’s very current economic exchanges with American colleges and universities.
Christine Fair, the Georgetown political scientist who wished death and dismemberment upon the Republican half of the U. S. Senate Judiciary Committee over their support of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, has been placed on “research leave” by Georgetown University. Maybe she’ll learn something.
The Georgetown women’s studies sage is in the news again, this time with a tweeted wish of death and castration to Republicans on the U. S. Senate Judiciary Committee.
A Jesuit who taught in Georgetown, and is in a position to know, says the quest will be more difficult than in generations past.
The old joke is that those who can’t do teach, and Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne has been teaching his brains out.
When she made an appearance there, a student gave her an economics lesson she probably never expected and just as possibly never wanted.
At Georgetown, the former runs afoul of the latter.
Nancy McEldowney was exactly the kind of swamp dweller the Trump administration has vowed to send packing
When you look at the data, you find that, as usual, the current wisdom is not necessarily the case.
Many are recognizably Catholic in that they have the reputation for being so, largely due to their age.