Although they realize that most people think their campuses are left-wing, most college presidents don’t think there is evidence to support that concern.
Topic: The Washington Times
Before academics downplay the dangers of MS 13 gangs that the President highlighted in his State of the Union message, they should contemplate the realities that U. S. law enforcement agents, not to mention citizens, face.
And it’s a word they don’t get to hear much.
A favorite theme among journalists and academics alike is the rarity of crimes committed by immigrants. As it turns out, that likelihood may depend on whether the immigrants themselves are here legally.
A California teacher who tried to show why he is among the best and the brightest may have proven instead that he is one of the first of the worst.
Now here’s a new twist on the old “those who can’t do, teach” cliche.
Yes, one of the best and brightest spun a scenario by which the former first lady could get her husband’s old job. Spoiler alert: it’s really tortured.
It seems that the old community organizer couldn’t organize the community at his old place of employment.
Are the “teach-ins” congressional Democrats are sponsoring a tacit admission that they learned nothing in college?
Perhaps they would rather critique them than work in them.