The professoriate is waking up to reality.
So my guess is you took two weeks off to escape the eternal news cycle and enjoyed a bit of peace and tranquility of the season. But fear not, the beat goes on. And in some cases, badly.
During the Vietnam War, college students across the country were invited to participate in a “student strike”. Instead of attending class, participants would take part in protest marches, and “workshops” to discuss the injustices being […]
Maybe 10 years ago (it could be more- time flies) my youngest son Pete wanted some toy soldiers. You know, the green plastic figures that have been a favorite of young boys for decades I […]
So before I surrender myself to the joys of the Holiday Season, let me post a few items.
In protest of the recent deaths of two black males at the hands of the police, “die-ins” are being held across the country in protest.
Since Jonathan Gruber, super genius, is scheduled to testify before a Congressional committee today, here are some new developments as Obamacare continues to be better and better.
As Western civilization becomes more permissive, the young must go the extra mile to rebel.
On this marvelous late fall day, some food for thought: Neil deGrasse Tyson, one of the great minds of our time, asks a particularly provocative question, one that has vexed mankind for centuries: I wonder […]
Some feathers were ruffled last weekend, as five members of the St. Louis Rams acknowledged the situation in nearby Ferguson by entering the stadium with the “Hands up! Don’t shoot!” protest riff.