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"The more I got to know actual conservative and religious people, the harder it was to justify the stereotypes I had carelessly embraced," Powers writes in her new book, The Silencing: How the Left Is Killing Free Speech . In her early days at Fox, she writes, "I can remember trying to convince a conservative there that George Bush's nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court didn't really count as a female appointment because she was conservative and an evangelical Christian." Comment?
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These and related problems have grown sharply in the half century since the Higher Education Act of 1965 heralded a major expansion of the federal role in higher education, but some mildly hopeful signs are now emanating from Capitol Hill. In three papers issued by his staff, Lamar Alexander , chair of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, and a former university president himself, has indicated that he wants to do potentially three useful things as the Higher Education Act comes up for another reauthorization. Comment?
Many of them also have master's degrees, J.D.s, and MBAs. In my world, those without such credentials are almost exotic. Comment?
I sincerely hope the next Congress will succeed in stopping Obama's lawless amnesty . Apart from the blatant Caesarism of Obama's decrees, we shouldn't even be considering amnesty until the tools are fully in place to prevent another wave of illegal settlement. Comment?
In January 1949, a 13-year-old Maryland boy - not the 12-year-old girl depicted in The Exorcist - started experiencing strange, troublesome episodes: scratching sounds coming from the walls and floor of his room, the sound of water dripping, movement of a mattress and other objects. At first, his family thought he might have been plagued by the spirit of a recently deceased aunt, who had introduced the boy to the Ouija board. Comment?
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