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Buckleys team up to fire at politicsPosted on December 10, 2004 | Type: In the News
Conservative patriarch William F. Buckley Jr. and satirical son-of-a-patriarch Christopher Buckley aggregated their respective talents Thursday to bestow upon a Phoenix audience a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of erudition, perspicacity and not least, mirth.
Conservatism is on 'firing line'Posted on December 10, 2004 | Type: In the News | Author: Robert Robb
William F. Buckley Jr. was in town Thursday to discuss the future of conservatism in a mock Firing Line with his son, the humorist and satirist Christopher, for the Goldwater Institute. (Christopher wryly noted what an honor it was to finally be a guest on the show, five years after it had gone off the air.)
Diversity Adds New CategoriesPosted on November 01, 2004 | Type: In the News
The face of diversity is changing as some businesses move beyond considering gender and race in their employment strategies.
Let's Dodge This BulletPosted on October 17, 2004 | Type: In the News
Buried under the ground in Waxahachie, Texas, sits the world's most expensive mushroom farm. The miles of abandoned concrete tunnels that were to be an economic engine now grow edible fungus. Numerous states, including Arizona, heavily courted the project, but Texas "won" and billions of dollars were poured into the so-called supercollider. Instead of putting Texas on the map as a leader in cutting-edge technology, Texas now claims the honor of hosting one very expensive mushroom farm.
Report on Charter Schools Doesn't Justify Either Side's CriticismsPosted on August 20, 2004 | Type: In the News
Even as the education debate has focused at last on the question of how to ensure that each and every child is learning to his or her potential, there are still those who stubbornly tout generalities: Public schools are good - or bad; charter schools are good - or bad; vouchers are a panacea - or a curse.