Zemsky, who served on the Spellings Commission, has been called “higher education’s best critical friend.” Unfortunately, the book doesn’t really get at the structural problems that beset higher education, problems that ensure escalating costs coupled with woeful results. I liken Zemsky’s analysis to that of Soviet economists under Gorbachev’s perestroika — devising methods to make the central planning system work a little better, but not arguing that central planning itself is the problem.
Reading the tea leaves, it appears the special counsel’s end game is something other than a sweeping indictment.
The public-health community and media elites are starting to pivot to forever masking.
The district’s superintendent defended the racially exclusive event in an email to NR.
Vaccination prevents severe reactions, not infections.
People should live not as if they are one variant or booster away from the end, but as if COVID-19 is here forever.
Why are they supporting legislation that could arm the transgender movement’s efforts to silence dissent with the full force of the civil-rights bureaucracy?
What to make of the six new Hall of Famers coming to Cooperstown.
Democrats’ preferred method of solving problems isn’t going to be the reason that our ports get moving again.
Jussie Smollett Takes the Stand, Claims He Was Hesitant to Report Hate Crime: 'I Am a Black Man in America'
'I am a black man in America. I do not trust police. I’m sorry, but that’s the truth,' he said.
DOJ claimed the state violated the Voting Rights Act by forming redistricting maps that discriminate against black and Hispanic voters.
In pushing gun-control measures he knows will fail, Chris Murphy tries yet again to destroy the filibuster.
Jussie Smollett’s hate-hoax fairy tale did expose how gullible Americans can be when you yell ‘racism.’