Category Archives: Education Politics

Who wants “race dialogue”?

Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones a Negro victim of “racial taunting” recently was featured in an Associated Press article by reporter Jim Suhr. According to Suhr’s report Jones was the target of “ugliness and hate” at a baseball game in … Continue reading

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Push back against political activists

At the site below George Leef of the North Carolina Martin Center for Academic Renewal makes the case against activists who want to distort federal law to use it as a political tool for their misguided and biased agenda.   … Continue reading

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Competition and choice in education

Media scenes with marching mobs of screaming street activists holding signs demanding government favors and expressing hatred toward opponents they consider enemies typically represent American fascism—and they often include public school unioneers. Behind their demands for non-meritorious pay and perks … Continue reading

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Why extend the reach of the UNC system?

Typically, the statist Editorial Board at the Wilmington StarNews frequently gives large OP/ED space to University of North Carolina spokesmen (sometimes even women). Of course these people usually spread some leftist cause or promote more public spending for the bloated … Continue reading

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Costly, dysfunctional higher education

After World War II American youth were indoctrinated with the idea that the key to lifelong success was graduating college. That developed into the myth that everyone should go to college. And that convinced most people to support unlimited spending … Continue reading

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Free college for slackers

Hillary Clinton’s New College “Reforms”

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Duke University hopes to eliminate “bias and hate”

A report says Duke University will be “successful eliminating all bias and hate if it does the following”:   (Author’s comments in italics; reference website below.) Names are pronounced correctly. Many foreign names, now commonly found in America, are difficult … Continue reading

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