We at Accuracy in Academia remember Memorial Day and what it truly means: Remembering the sacrifices of our servicemen and servicewomen.
Topic: U.S. military
Let’s remember the reason behind Memorial Day. It’s not hot dogs or grilling burgers, but to remember our fallen servicemen and women.
Looks like CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, may sue the school over it, even if the student decides not to go to the military college
In a presentation to a Modern Language Association (MLA) panel on sexual violence, Ariana Vigil, a women’s studies professor at North Carolina-Chapel Hill, linked a military deserter and his perspective on the military to the…
Ash Carter made the announcement at the Foggy Bottom campus of George Washington University.
Maybe the professor in question ought to spend a day in a soldier’s shoes and see what Memorial Day is about, or visit memorials of our war dead and veterans across the country.
We at Accuracy in Academia remember all the sacrifices of American servicemen and servicewomen of years past and present. God bless you and your families and loved ones, and God bless America.
The College Fix reported that a Harvard poll found the following: “More than half of millennials recently surveyed by the Harvard Institute of Politics backed sending ground troops to fight against ISIS, according to the poll’s…
Has he ever been a member of the ROTC or served in the armed forces? Then maybe this student shouldn’t say such dumb stuff.
This is the week that Americans honor military veterans. On America’s college campuses, the attitude towards them is more ambivalent, at least when their presence is compared to their visibility in the rest of America….