Harvard cheating scandal which could see over 100 students thrown out of elite college was discovered because of a TYPO

Hugo Gye The Daily Mail [UK] 14 September 2012

The Harvard cheating scandal which has rocked the world-famous university and cast doubt on more than 100 students began with a minor typing error, it has been revealed.

125 undergraduates are currently being investigated over allegations they collaborated on a take-home exam paper for a course […]

See no evil

One of President Obama’s advisers took money from foreign companies in corrupt countries. Where’s the coverage? Where’s the outrage?

Phil Mushnick The New York Post 8/18/2012

As a registered but less-than-loyal Democrat, I long scoffed at the long-held notion that the news media have a left-leaning, anti-Republican bias.

I didn’t believe it, primarily because I […]

Harvard’s Culture of Corruption

Since it is now known that Harvard professors have plagiarized, copycatted, and pretty certainly have had stuff ghostwritten for them, the bona fides and reputations of nearly everyone at Harvard is called into question, especially people in the law school.

Zakaria and Harvard’s Culture of Corruption: 3.0

Jack Cashill American Thinker 8/14/2012

First, […]

CNN, Time Magazine Suspend Fareed Zakaria For Plagiarism

John Nolte Breitbart.com Big Journalism 10 Aug 2012

Our friend Tim Graham at Newsbusters lays it out:

When CNN host and Time editor-at-large Fareed Zakaria wrote a new piece called “The Case for Gun Control,” it ended with a bang: “So when people throw up their hands and say we can’t do anything about guns, […]

Chief Justice Roberts: Kagan Asked Court to ‘Embrace Theory of First Amendment That Would Allow Censorship Not Only of Radio and Television Broadcasts, But Pamphlets and Posters’

Terence P. Jeffrey Editor-in-Chief CNS News 5/10/2010

(CNSNews.com) – Solicitor General Elena Kagan, nominated Monday to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Barack Obama, told that court in September that Congress could constitutionally prohibit corporations from engaging in political speech such as publishing pamphlets that advocate the election or defeat of a candidate for federal […]