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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Faces Ethics Questions Over Award-Winning BPA Reporting. In an era of partisan journalism, there has been a presumption that at least one area of reporting, science, was insulated from blatant bias. After all, there are facts, and [...]
Pitzer College in California Adds Major in Secularism. Colleges and universities have long offered majors in religion or theology. But with more and more people now saying they have no religion, one college has decided to be the first to [...]
Homegrown Terror Takes on New Dimensions by Marcel Rosenbach and Holger Stark. Never before have as many volunteers from Germany attended terrorist training camps as in the last two years. According to the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, [...]
Michael Totten provides an excerpt from his new book, The Road to Fatima Gate: The Beirut Spring, the Rise of Hezbollah, and the Iranian War Against Israel.
Closing the Door on Education Innovation by Greg Forster. You haven’t heard about it, but for over a year the U.S. Department of Education has been quietly working behind the scenes to establish national control of K-12 education curriculum. Their [...]
The Double Game by Lawrence Wright. It’s the end of the Second World War, and the United States is deciding what to do about two immense, poor, densely populated countries in Asia. America chooses one of the countries, becoming its [...]