Professor Bruce Gilley discusses the lack of intellectual diversity in the American Political Science Association.
William Young discusses the separation of academic social science and philosophy from the guiding ideas of the American Founding.
R. R. Reno, the editor of First Things magazine, writes on how both parties have grown estranged from the white middle class.
Academic integrity disappears at Brooklyn College
Professor George Ehrhardt writes about his political science course.
Highly biased political science course at NC State
Robert Weissberg questions APSA's assertion that all knowledge is race based.
A new document from the American Political Science Association views race and epistemology as inseparable.
Mr. Ricketts advocates the study of civics, but his idea of such a course differs from how the a recent DoED report interprets the subject.
One of the things I really enjoy in preparing Collegiate Press Roundup each week is finding students who are willing to say things that many faculty - and certainly administrators - wouldn't dare.
A college student's view of how to improve public understanding of the Electoral College
Is American humanitarianism related to a felt need to project an image of the US as compassionate, in contrast to its history of racial discrimination?
What are the dangers of a third caucus arising in American politics?
How much of health care in the United States is funded by the government?
Brooklyn College appointed an adjunct professor to teach "Politics of the Middle East," then fired him because of his politics.
In today's Pope Center piece, Kurt Rothhoff of Seton Hall writes about an engaging course he has developed -- a lunchtime discussion class covering issues where economics and liberty overlap.
Where can I find information that explains the true facts about the class warfare in the United States?
In today's Pope Center piece, Duke Cheston writes about his findings regarding the UNC political science department. Have tenured faculty engaged in some successful "rent seeking" to reduce the amount of teaching time they have to put in?
Check out our catalog of excellent programs as we add the master's degree in liberty studies at U Illinois-Springfield.
This article by John B. Parrott on the ideas and contemporary influence of Berkeley professor George Lakoff appeared in the "Academic Revisionism" issue of Academic Questions (vol. 22, no. 4).
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