Posts tagged ‘archcon’

Terry Professor Redacts Grade Selection Policy after Media Backlash

A controversial policy listed in a UGA professor’s Fall course syllabus that allowed students to choose their final grade if they felt the grade they earned…

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John McCain: Maverick, RINO, or Phony?

Senator John McCain returned to the political arena on the 25th of July, his first appearance on the Hill since his brain cancer diagnosis was revealed…

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Revisionists, Racists, and the Real Robert E. Lee

We can learn from Lee’s character, but only if we endeavor to present it clearly …

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‘White Privilege:’ A Barrier to Genuine Discussion

White privilege serves no purpose but to further politicize an already-too-tribalistic and polarized political atmosphere. Instead of fanning the flames of identity politics, we should take a sober look at the data available on racial class structure in the United States, and foster a genuine discussion about how to mend the trends to which those on the Left all-too-often blame on the mystical notion of ‘white privilege.’

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An Introduction to The Arch Conservative’s “Columns”

In keeping with our quest to streamline the conservative voice on campus, The Arch Conservative begins a new endeavor entitled “Columns.” The effort is meant to offer consolidated homes for specific…

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The Boy Who Cried Collusion

The Leftist mainstream simply cannot help itself from hysteria surrounding the fabled “Russian connection.” In doing so, journalists turning the gears of the New York/Washington media…

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“Holy War and Unholy Terror” – Bernard Lewis and the “Crisis of Islam”

The Crisis of Islam is an economical read for the unfamiliar Westerner desiring an entry-level understanding of the Muslim World and its history, its struggles and triumphs, its relationship with the West, and its extremists’ claims to scripture.

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UGA Alumni Contend for State Office

Brian Kemp, David Shafer, Chris Carr, and Gary Black are among the illustrious University of Georgia alumni vying for state office.

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A United States Senator Writes a Book Worth Reading

The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming of Age Crisis—and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance. Ben Sasse (St. Martin’s Press. pp. 274. $16.75 from Amazon.com)…

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Conceding to Chaos on Campus

Student activists that use aggressive intimidation tactics to combat perceived oppression at The Evergreen State College are applauded and appeased by their school’s administration. A vague…

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