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DUNCANVILLE, TEXAS—An outburst by Sophomore high school student Jeff Bliss has gone viral on the Internet. His complaint was not that the courses were too hard or that he wasn’t getting enough time with his iPad. His complaint was that … Continue reading
By Stephanie Brown Jacksonville, FL —One Duval County parent tells WOKV his son doesn’t even know what his constitutional rights are, so he’s shocked a teacher told the ten-year-old to write a letter on his willingness to give them up. … Continue reading
While in this case the assignment was sick, this is a common technique to strengthen the quality of the debate of a person. For example, a non-smoker might have to debate the value of smoking. A democrat might have to … Continue reading
By Valerie Strauss Increasingly teachers are speaking out against school reforms that they believe are demeaning their profession, and some are simply quitting because they have had enough. Here is one resignation letter from a veteran teacher, Gerald J. Conti, … Continue reading
Obama apparently needs to “sequester” employees to fund ads and web sites to teach your kids about sex. There program reaches from Kindergarten to high school in a subject that is supposed to be strictly an item for the home. … Continue reading
“[T]he great natural law of self-preservation . . . cannot be repealed, or superseded, or suspended by any human institution.”—Supreme Court Justice James Wilson, Signer of the Declaration of Independence Edward J. Erler California State University, San Bernardino We are … Continue reading
This lecture by Thomas J. DiLorenzo was given in January of 2012. I disagree with some of his ideas, but he has Hamilton dead on. This is worth watching.
On Thursday, we reported that Ryan Rotela, a devout Mormon attending Florida Atlantic University, was suspended for refusing to “stomp” on a piece of paper with the name “Jesus” written on it. The professor involved in that incident, Dr. Deandre … Continue reading
Opinion by Glen Davis I will say at the outset that I like Jim Carrey’s work. He is funny. Usually. When he attempts to mix his politics with his craft, however, he shows that—not only does he not know how … Continue reading
By Glen Davis Pennsylvania Bureau March 24, 1775 VIRGINIA—While the Continental Congress debates the proper response to the problem in Massachusetts, the voice from a delegate to a Virginia Convention is making rounds raising the spectre of war. It is … Continue reading