President Obama spoke at my alma mater George Mason University on March 19th about health care reform. Watch it!
As a recent New York Times article pointed out, ever since The Chronicle of Higher Education published the results of its annual executive compensation survey, some college chief executives began to experience very public pangs of overcompensation in a down economy–particularly once said presidents began to see their names appear in the flurry of local [...]
Nevada’s Governor Jim Gibbons may be getting divorced soon, Microsoft may have been fined $1.35 billion by the European Union, and John Solomon may have written another hit piece–this time on Obama–but today’s most important issue is UNR’s possible ban on beer sales at football games. Along with football, binge beer-drinking and the drunken brawls [...]
Besides selling out on torture and caving to the Republicans on funding for the Iraq occupation, Reps. George Miller from California and Ruben Hinojosa of Texas have rewritten Harry Reid’s peer-to-peer file sharing amendment that was defeated last year into the College Opportunity and Affordability Act, or COAA. The COAA might force colleges and universities [...]