The media, FBI Director Robert Mueller, and Democrat politicians are predictably using the tragic shooting of Gabrielle Giffords by what appears to be a mentally deranged young man to make political points and clamp down on opposing speech.
Finally, a Kennedy has come out to denounce, albeit in a very small way, one of the privileged professors who have worked, both inside and outside the classroom, on behalf of murderous revolution.
“We are terrorizing ourselves.” So says Fawaz Gerges, professor at the London School of Economics.
Howls of protest are coming from Los Angeles teachers whose evaluations on their effectiveness in raising student test scores have been published in the Los Angeles Times. But that is to be expected, for teachers are among the very few professions who feel that they can write their own job descriptions and evaluations.
I was probably one of the last people in the world to learn about the attack on September 11, 2001.
The slave-turned-abolitionist Frederick Douglass answered this question.
I’m part of a group that can be “ugly,” according to Paul Krugman.
Hank Johnson seems to be doing little except sending out newsletters bragging about the stimulus in his re-election effort.
Since Al spends so much time on saving Planet Earth he probably doesn’t have time to find a date, so I'll write a personals ad for him.
Collaboration, or working in groups, is a favorite pedagogical strategy of hung-over graduate teaching assistants, soviet indoctrinators, educators with advanced degrees, and social studies teachers too dumb to do anything else.
Imagine if, as you chat with your child’s first-grade teacher and ask about how he decided to embark on a career in education, he told you, “I walked out of jail and into my first teaching job.”
Republican Chairman Michael Steele, regrettably, has fallen into the trap set by the Democrats by disavowing Rush Limbaugh.
When I teach Barry Goldwater’s 1964 Republican Convention speech to my college students, the few students who know who Barry Goldwater was usually claim that he was a reactionary racist.
Tis the season. . . for atheist Grinches to display their hatred of Christmas by trying to stomp out one of the most visible displays of Christianity in a country founded, and still operating on, Judeo-Christian principles.
The final issue of American Home, the oldest Slovenian newspaper in the world arrived in my mailbox last month. The masthead, as always, featured the Statue of Liberty and the slogan, “American in Spirit; Foreign in Language Only."
Every morning God wakes me up and whispers in my ear, “Goest thou, Mary, through Cyber Land and write for the people.
The reaction from feminist women within hours of the announcement of McCain’s selection of her as his running mate reveals the true nature of this “sisterhood.”
Is John McCain’s campaign sputtering along the same track that Gerald Ford’s and Bob Dole’s did? History--after November 4, 2008--will tell.