Last week, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi compared President Barack Obama's declaration of executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens to President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation during the Civil War. In a Los Angeles Times op-ed, Yale constitutional scholar Bruce Ackerman does the same. Show More Summary
Lincoln's new president reveals the "secret" behind Ford's decision to make a big bet on the old luxury brand.
Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation provides the foundational precedent for President Obama's executive order on immigrants in the country illegally.
Just in time for the 151st anniversary of the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in Gettysburg on Nov. 19, an unusual memorial honoring President Abraham Lincoln’s famous speech there was recently repaired. The Lincoln Address Memorial is one of the few memorials in the world honoring a speech. Read full article >>
- when aliens attack Earth, President Abraham Lincoln assembles an elite team of heroes - this includes 19th and 20th century literary characters - locations include Buckingham Palace locations such as a courtyard, an entrance hall,Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi argues President Barack Obama has ample authority to take executive actions as many presidents before him have done, including President Abraham Lincoln. “Does the public know the Emancipation Proclamation was an executive order?” Pelosi asked reporters Thursday. Show More Summary
On this day in 1863, President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address.
On November 19, 1863, various newspapers, magazines, and even the AP wire service reported on President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. President Lincoln was not the featured speaker at the November 19th dedication of the National...Show More Summary
A former faculty member at the university takes Robert Jennings to task for his grotesque rape apologia
The Philadelphia Inquirer recently discovered a video of Lincoln University president Robert Jennings telling an auditorium of students that there are women who complain about rape when sex "didn't turn out the way they wanted it to turn out."
Lincoln University President Robert R. Jennings stirred up a lot of trouble for himself when remarks he made in September to female students insinuating that women lied about rape went viral this week. After much public outrage, he apologized on Tuesday.
Lincoln University President Robert R. Jennings sent out an apology on Tuesday for remarks he made insinuating that women lied about rape, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Because of the work by activists such as our very own Alexandra and Dana, the issue of sexual assault on college campuses is now one of national priority. With the increased scrutiny, colleges and universities should now be taking extra care to address sexual assault and work toward implementing more effective preventive measures and protections […]
"The other thing I want to tell you about brothers is that we will lead you to believe that you’re the best thing since sliced bread. But we’re slicing your bread and somebody else’s bread, too... if you allow us to do that."
Lincoln University President Robert R. Jennings claims that remarks he made about women reporting false rapes has been taken out of context.
Lincoln University head Robert Jennings is defending remarks that seemed to urge women not to report sexual assault
Say what??? Via RawStory A Lincoln University President Robert R. Jennings has defended shocking remarks in which he seems to accuse women on campus making false rape charges, saying that the comments were taken out of context. In a
I'm not sure why conservatives have rallied around becoming "rape deniers," but they have and as it spreads throughout the conservarazzi, it's also leaking onto college campuses. This time it's the president of Lincoln University: With an auditorium full of female students, Lincoln University president Robert R. Show More Summary
Said Robert R. Jennings, president of the Lincoln University to the All Women's Convocation. The historically black university in Chester County holds separate convocations for women and men, an annual tradition started by the 63-year-old...Show More Summary