William L. Anderson Ours is a politicized age from the college campus to the corporate boardroom, a situation in which things that once were personal now are utterly political. The hard left now controls not
After the passing of former first lady Barbara Bush on Tuesday, April 17th, 2018, many took to social media accounts to express their condolences, and reminisce about the wonderful memories of the former first lady.
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution states “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press;
Barry Brownstein “Our ignorance is sobering and boundless,” philosopher Karl Popper famously observed. Popper continued with what could be a credo for humble individuals willing to admit the limits of individual knowledge: “With each step forward,
Dave Rathmanner No one is surprised to hear that the average cost of college has continually increased over time. No matter whether you attend a public or private school, or whether you attend a 2-year
Jon Miltimore Campus Reform journalist Cabot Phillips recently performed an interesting experiment. He visited John Jay College in New York City to get student reactions to President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address.
Daniel Lattier Many today regard America’s college system as broken, and would like to see it broken up. As the argument goes, too many kids are being pushed toward college only to receive a substandard
Many Americans now believe college education should be a public good. In the 2016 elections, the Democrat candidates, especially Bernie Sanders, made this policy popular. Bernie used the student loan crisis to gain support for
by Alanna Palomino, GenFKD Working through college can be a daunting lifestyle. When most people begin their first semester of college, they are nervous about the workload. Regardless of whether it is a full-time or part-time