Aug 13 12:20

Cambridge University Press Advocates For Bestiality.

The article’s abstract claims that bestiality is a “new form of animal advocacy” and relies on “queer theory” to make its argument. The article’s abstract states:

“In this essay, I draw the discourses around bestiality/zoophilia into the realm of queer theory in order to point to a new form of animal advocacy, something that might be called, in shorthand, loving animals. My argument is quite simple: if all interdicts against bestiality depend on a firm notion of exactly what sex is (and they do), and if queer theory disrupts that firm foundation by arguing that sexuality is impossible to define beforehand and pervades many different kinds of relations (and it does), then viewing bestiality in the frame of queer theory can give us another way to conceptualize the limitations of human exceptionalism. By focusing on transformative connections between humans and animals, a new form of animal advocacy emerges through the revolutionary power of love.”

Aug 13 07:54

440 students in Palm Beach County forced to quarantine because of COVID two days after school starts

Just two days into the academic year, 440 students in Palm Beach County, Florida, were told to go into quarantine because of COVID-19 cases at their schools, reports CBS' Palm Beach affiliate WPEC.

As of Thursday, there were 131 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 26 employees and 105 students, according to the district's COVID-19 dashboard. The cases have been confirmed in 60 of the district's facilities and K-12 schools.

The number of COVID cases spiked dramatically within the first two days of school. On Tuesday, when classes started, there were just five confirmed cases among the district's staff members.

Aug 13 06:35

Parents Put School Board Members On Notice After They Vote To Reinstate Masks For Kids

Enraged parents shouted at members of Tennessee’s Williamson County School Board after they voted to once again make masks mandatory for children in the district.

“Will not comply! Will not comply! No more masks!” the crowd shouted outside the building where the meeting was held on Tuesday night.

Aug 12 05:53

Public School Starts Day With Pledge of Allegiance to Dr. Fauci

A local 5th-grade class started classes this morning by standing and reciting the pledge of allegiance to Dr. Fauci, as is now the cherished custom.

“Ritual is important for a sense of security and normalcy, and also to ensure these kids swear their undying allegiance to Dr. Fauci, who is the living embodiment of science and our hope for the future,” said 5th-grade teacher Mrs. Scuttlebumm. “We will start every day this way until science hears us and saves us all.”

With their hands over their hearts, the class recited the pledge together in perfect monotone unison:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I thought this was The Onion when I saw the headline!

Aug 12 05:04

Oregon Gets Rid of Reading, Writing, and Math Requirements to Help “Minorities” Graduate High School

Did you know that holding “minorities” to the same educational standards as White people is pure, unadulterated racism? Since every racial group is equally intelligent, since there really is no such thing as race (thanks Franz Boaz!), the only reason dark people don’t score as well on tests is because of systemic White racism. So in order to rectify the situation, the best way to help out under-performing students is by letting them graduate without being able to read, write, or do math. Then they will really be able to enrich our lives as they become productive citizens in the 21st century.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"I are a graduate!"

Aug 11 17:36

Oklahoma School Board Says Kids Who Don’t Wear Masks To School Are ‘Committing MURDER’

An Oklahoma school board member has claimed that maskless children who aren’t yet eligible for covid vaccination will be killing their vulnerable peers.

Linda Sexton has been literally pleading for face masks to be made compulsory after claiming that elementary school children could be committing murder without them.

She has called for Norman Public School board to defy the Republican governor’s ban on mask mandates and pursue legal action.

RT reports: Speaking at a board meeting on Monday, Sexton said she was “very, very angry” that children as young as five who cannot be vaccinated will be “exposed to a virus five times more contagious than the one we masked everybody for last year,” referring to the Delta variant of Covid-19, which is believed to be driving the current surge in infections across the US.

Aug 11 09:25

Just In: Senate PASSES Anti-CRT Bill in Razor Thin Vote; Dems Now on Record Supporting the Marxist Propaganda

In a late night vote on Tuesday, the US Senate passed an amendment that prohibits federal funds from going to pre-K programs and K-12 schools that teach critical race theory. Every single Democrat, except one – West Virginia senator Joe Manchin – voted against the legislation, which passed 50-49.

The measure was sponsored by Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton, who has been one of the leaders in the fight against the anti-American propaganda for over a year. Its passage effectively bans CRT from being taught in schools until after 12th grade, when students are free to pay for the indoctrination themselves.

Aug 11 08:31

Baltimore Math Professor Who Sold Grades for Cash Gets One Year in Jail

One math lesson Prof. Edward C. Ennels taught at Baltimore City Community College was, according to prosecutors, pretty simple: $150 for a C; $250 for a B; and $500 for an A.

And in some courses, an A could go for as little as $300.

Over the course of seven months last year, Mr. Ennels, 45, solicited bribes from 112 students, and received 10 payments from nine students, totaling $2,815, the Maryland attorney general, Brian E. Frosh, said in a statement on Thursday.

In another scheme, Mr. Ennels sold online access codes that enabled students to view instructional material and complete assignments, prosecutors said. From 2013 to 2020, he sold 694 access codes for about $90 each.

Aug 11 08:31

Coaches at U. Oklahoma Claim They Can Discipline Players for Their Politics

U. Oklahoma coaches claim they can discipline players for their politics

Two women’s volleyball coaches at the University of Oklahoma argue in a legal motion that they have the right to discipline players for their political beliefs.

Player Kylee McLaughlin sued coaches Lindsey and Kyle Walton along with the OU Board of Regents earlier this year, alleging “she had been excluded from the team […] over her politically conservative views.”

The OU Daily reported that McLaughlin, the OU team captain and first team All-Big 12 selection in 2018 and 2019, had made comments that “at least one” of her teammates considered “racist” following a team viewing of the Netflix documentary “13th.”

McLaughlin was told to attend a follow-up discussion on the issue — mass incarceration of black Americans — which she did.

Aug 11 06:29

Oklahoma school board member says maskless children will COMMIT MURDER, in push for school mask mandate

It’s a matter of life and death for children returning to school to wear masks, an Oklahoma public school board member said, suggesting that maskless kids who aren’t eligible for vaccination will be killing their vulnerable peers.

On the day the school year kicked off in Oklahoma, Norman Public School Board member Linda Sexton went on a fiery tirade against a law prohibiting school districts from imposing mask mandates unless a state of emergency is declared.

Speaking at a board meeting on Monday, Sexton said she was “very, very angry” that children as young as five who cannot be vaccinated will be “exposed to a virus five times more contagious than the one we masked everybody for last year,” referring to the Delta variant of Covid-19, which is believed to be driving the current surge in infections across the US.

Aug 11 06:13

Moment sobbing Loudoun County teacher QUITS in protest over CRT lessons and accuses board of pushing 'highly-politicized agendas on our most vulnerable constituents - the children'

A Virginia teacher has dramatically resigned during a meeting of her scandal-hit school board after blasting its obsession with lessons on critical race theory.

Laura Morris spoke before Loudoun County School Board in an emotional address, explaining why the 'equity trainings' and political dogma forced her to resign.

She said she could no longer be part of an organization that told her 'white, Christian, able-bodied females' needed to be reined in.

Aug 10 08:12

Mt. Vernon School Board Meeting - Dr. Dan Stock MD

Aug 10 07:30

Doctor calls out CDC and school board at school board meeting with truth!

Aug 09 05:50

Letting in a Whole Bunch of Smart Asians Didn't Do Black College Grads Much Good Financially

College Was Supposed to Close the Wealth Gap for Black Americans. The Opposite Happened.

Black college graduates in their 30s have lost ground over three decades, the result of student debt and sluggish income growth

Black millennials thought college would help them get ahead. Instead, it is setting them back.

Aug 06 05:36

"For The Sake Of The Kids" - Chicago Teachers Union Threatens No In-Person Education Due To "Immediate Threat" Of Delta

Just hours after Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker issued a new 'cruel and unusual' mandate requiring all Illinois public school students to wear masks when they return to school later this month, the Chicago Teachers Union has issued a letter addressed to Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Chicago Public School officials, and members of the school board, warning that:

"new pandemic variants pose immediate threats to the health of all Chicagoans, but especially our unvaccinated student population."

In the letter, CTU praise the Governor's new mask mandate, but said its "school communities need more than masking to ensure safety – especially as we continue to learn about the delta variant."

CTU specifically listed recommendations for ensuring safety, among which was the maintenance of criteria and health metrics based on the prevalence of COVID "to pause in-person instruction."

Aug 06 05:33

Illinois' Gov. Pritzker Strips School Districts, Parents Of Control Over Masks With New Mandate

Gov. J.B. Pritzker has issued a new mandate requiring all Illinois public school students to wear masks when they return to school later this month, taking away the authority of school districts to make their own decisions based on local COVID conditions. The governor continues to act unilaterally, even though the state’s ability to manage COVID has improved dramatically in recent months.

The mandate goes further than the CDC’s most recent guidelines, which only recommend mask wearing. “Far too few school districts have chosen to follow the federal CDC prescriptions for keeping students and staff safe,” the governor said. Pritzker said that he has legal authority to enforce the mask mandate.

Aug 06 05:15

Teachers’ Union Sues School Board, Mother to Block Release of Critical Race, Gender Theory Records

The Rhode Island chapter of the National Education Association has filed a lawsuit against the South Kingstown School Committee and a parent in order to block the release of records concerning Critical Race Theory (CRT) and gender teaching in the school district, Legal Insurrection reported Wednesday.

The teachers’ union now claims, in the complaint filed in Superior Court, that the teaching records are “private” and their release as “public interest” records must be “balanced” against the rights of teachers.

The complaint states the union seeks to:

(a) prohibit the disclosure of non-public records and/or

(b) for those requests that call for personally identifiable and other personnel-related information about public school teachers, that no records be disclosed until the Court employs a balancing test that properly assesses the public interest in the records at issue measured against the teachers’ individual privacy rights.

Aug 04 06:41

University’s anti-racism workshop teaches deans to ‘accept white inferiority’

The University of Kentucky hosted an anti-racism workshop that apparently aimed to teach deans and other top faculty to accept their “white inferiority” and work to enhance diversity, equity and inclusion goals in their departments.

The university paid $5,000 to the Center for Healing Racial Trauma for the workshop, according to invoices recently obtained through a public records act request by Young America’s Foundation.

Titled “Cultivating an Anti-Racist Mindset for Academic Administrators,” the workshop was hosted last winter by the center, which offers trainings designed to heal people of racism and teach them to be anti-racist, among other services.

Aug 03 10:53

Birmingham Southern College Imposes $500 Fee on Unvaccinated Students

By Samuel Stroud

Though the college has over $100,000 remaining in available HEER money, the school states its policy is due to a ‘lack of federal funds.’

BSC will charge $500 to all students, but immediately refund those that are vaccinated.

If students at Birmingham Southern College want to stay unvaccinated, they’ll have to pay the school $500.

The Alabama institution is charging every student a $500 fee in order to “Offset continual weekly antigen testing and quarantining.”...

Aug 03 09:59

College vaccine mandates: Highest court yet affirms Indiana University requirement

In the highest court decision so far when it comes to college immunization mandates, a federal appeals court ruled Monday that Indiana University can proceed with its plan to require students and employees to get vaccinated for COVID-19 before returning to campus for the fall semester.

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, which is based in Chicago, denied a motion for an injunction seeking to stop Indiana University’s policy, Fox 59 reported. In doing so, it upheld an Indiana district court judge’s previous ruling that found that the university was acting reasonably "in pursuing public health and safety for its campus communities."

Eight IU students had sought to block the requirement while they challenge its legality, claiming that it would violate their constitutional rights under the due process clause of the 14th Amendment by forcing them to receive unwanted medical treatment.

Aug 03 06:46

Once Upon A Time In Wuhan... - Dr. Sam Bailey

Dr Sam will take you back to December 2019 and highlight some of the key concepts that have been used to FUEL this crisis.
Watch the full Odysee video here ????

Aug 02 13:25

Left-Leaning Think Tank Wants Feds To End Campus Carry

The proposal to change the Clery Act is predicated on the idea that more guns equal more crime. I’m curious whether the Center for American Progress would acknowledge it was wrong if we found no statistical difference. I’m pretty sure it wouldn’t, though. -- After all, gun control never fails in its mind. More than that, though, gun rights are always wrong as well. With that foundation, it’s kind of hard to acknowledge everything you believe about guns is wrong.

Aug 02 12:53

Universities Mandate Masks for Vaccinated Students, Employees

By Ophelie Jacobson

With back to school right around the corner, universities have started finalizing their mask policies for the 2021-2022 school year.

The updated mask requirements align with the CDC’s recent announcement recommending vaccinated people still wear masks in certain settings...

Aug 01 05:54

Penn State Professor Argues White People Breathing Is a Form of Oppression Toward Non-Whites

Pennsylvania State University is defending a professor who pulled a white student in front of his class and told him that he’s breathing, so he may have oppressed someone today.
Professor Sam Richards, who teaches the 700-student “SOC119: Race and Ethnic Relations” course, pulled students up before the class on June 30 to discuss white privilege.

“I just take the average white guy in class, whoever it is, it doesn’t really matter,” Richards said. “Dude, this guy here. Stand up, bro. What’s your name, bro?”

The student, Russell, stood up to face the class.

“Look at Russell, right here, it doesn’t matter what he does,” the professor continued, according to a report from Campus Reform. “If I match him up with a black guy in class, or a brown guy… who’s just like him, has the same GPA, looks like him, walks like him, talks like him, acts in a similar way…and we send them into the same jobs…Russell has a benefit of having white skin.”

Aug 01 05:43

“Children Are Being Weaponized” By Critical Race Curriculum

Ramona Bessinger is the Providence, Rhode Island, middle school teacher who blew the whistle on July 13, 2021, in a post at Legal Insurrection on pernicious and destructive implementation of a new race-oriented curriculum, I’m A Middle School Teacher And See How Critical Race Curriculum Is Creating Racial Hostility In School:

This past 2020/21 school year was a sad and worrisome turning point for me as an educator. Providence K-8 teachers were introduced to one of the most racially divisive, hateful, and in large part, historically inaccurate curriculums I have ever seen in my teaching career.

Jul 30 12:43

Universities are now more interested in indoctrinating students to accept diversity than in teaching them about their history

A new study has found that diversity staff now outnumber history academics at many American universities. This is the inevitable consequence when erasing cultural heritage to promote inclusivity becomes non-negotiable.

In higher education, diversity first emerged as a desirable value. It then became a dogma. On campuses, it has finally turned into a veritable industry.

A new report on the promotion of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), titled ‘Diversity University: DEI Bloat in the Academy’ provides compelling evidence that the advocacy of diversity has become a central concern of higher education.

Jul 30 12:42

Biden Admin Repudiates CRT Material In Official School Reopening Guidance

Critical Race Theory and many other racially motivated school teachings are at the forefront of conversations about the future of education in the United States, and it should be.

Jul 30 08:34

Challenging our public school district’s obedience of county ‘health’ ‘orders’: District REFUSES to substantiate claims of my ‘unprofessionalism’, lawyer appointment made, teachers union President says district must be forced by court or legal order

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Jul 30 06:50

Los Angeles school district mandates weekly Covid-19 tests for returning students and staff, regardless of vaccination status

After Los Angeles County, California’s most populous, reimposed the wearing of masks, even for the vaccinated, one school district has gone a step further, mandating weekly tests for all returning students and staff.

Covid-19 testing for everyone, regardless of vaccination status, will start on August 2, “in accordance with the most recent guidance” from the LA County Department of Public Health,” the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) announced on Thursday.

LAUSD is “closely monitoring evolving health conditions and adapting our response in preparation for our full return to in-person learning on August 16,” wrote interim superintendent Megan Reilly.

Previously, the LAUSD had required Covid-19 tests only for those who had not yet received a vaccine.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Another tacit admission that the vaccines do not work.

Jul 30 04:34

Los Angeles Schools Mandate Weekly Testing For Students, Teachers…

“All students and employees, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, returning for in-person instruction must participate in baseline and ongoing weekly COVID testing. This is in accordance with the most recent guidance from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Baseline testing begins on Monday, August 2.”

Jul 29 07:54

In “Blue” Rhode Island, Parents Are Seeing “Red” and Rising-Up Against Critical Race Theory

For most of the past year, the left has vigorously denied that critical race theory (CRT) was a “real” phenomenon in America’s government-run public school systems. According to their narrative, CRT was “fake” news, nothing more than right-wing propaganda.

Here in Rhode Island, following suit, state education officials and local school committee members – as well as their defenders in the media – also publicly denied that CRT was being taught in local school districts. In trying to obfuscate the truth … the critical theorists openly admit they are all about diversity, seeking to end the systematic racism they imagine is present in their schools; yet they are unable to produce any concrete examples and are unwilling to answer more specific curriculum questions from parents.

Jul 29 06:27

Why Private Schools Have Gone Woke

The Dalton School hosts an annual conference for New York City private schools on diversity, equity, and inclusion. This May, it was Rodney Glasgow’s turn to deliver the keynote address. Glasgow, a longtime school administrator who has founded multiple DEI consultancies, used his speech to address the elephant in the room: the parental pushback to "antiracism" at Dalton and other elite private schools, which made national headlines after Dalton headmaster Jim Best resigned amid the uproar.

The disgruntled parents, Glasgow said, were like the "white supremacists" who stormed the Capitol. And the schools that had admitted their children were like the Capitol police officers who had "opened the gate."

"There’s no truer metaphor for independent schools … than that moment on January 6," Glasgow told the attendees. "When will we stop hiring … the people on the inside who are opening the gate?"

Jul 29 04:55

The Unwoke In San Francisco Seek To Recall Three School Board Members

In a Revolt of the Unwoke, three progressive San Francisco school board members are targeted for a recall.

The targets are President Gabriela López, Vice President Faauuga Moliga and Commissioner Alison M. Collins. To force a recall election, pro-recall forces need 51,325 signatures for each candidate by Sept. 7.

They already have more than half what they need, and say they now have the resources to hire professional signature gatherers for the rest. Polling shows 69% of San Francisco parents back the school-board recall—far more than the 43% in a poll last week who support recalling Gov. Gavin Newsom in the election scheduled for Sept. 14.

Jul 28 08:40


Jul 28 08:38


Jul 28 05:55

Homeschooling Is Surging, and Especially in Homes the Left May Find Troubling

Right now, American parents are at war with many educational bureaucracies attempting to push left-leaning ideological extremism on their children through Critical Race Theory. As we have previously covered, the people leading the CRT charge have direct connections to top members of the Department of Education, and the movement is on to create radical leftist ideologues out of your children.

Jul 27 15:47

Med Schools Are Now Denying Biological Sex

Professors are apologizing for saying ‘male’ and ‘female.’ Students are policing teachers. This is what it looks like when activism takes over medicine. -- In other words, some of the country’s top medical students are being taught that humans are not, like other mammals, a species comprising two sexes. The notion of sex, they are learning, is just a man-made creation.-- The idea that sex is a social construct may be interesting debate fodder in an anthropology class. But in medicine, the material reality of sex really matters, in part because the refusal to acknowledge sex can have devastating effects on patient outcomes.

Jul 27 13:15

Back-to-School Mask Mandates Are Outraging Parents—Here’s How to Get Around Them

By Kerry McDonald

School districts across the country are beginning to impose mask mandates for all students and staff this fall. Officials in Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington, DC declared last week that everyone in school buildings will be required to wear masks, regardless of vaccination status.

These school districts are going beyond current CDC guidelines, which recommend masking for unvaccinated students and staff only. Instead, they seem to be embracing the masking stance of the American Academy of Pediatrics which announced last week that all students over age two, as well as staff, should wear masks at school even if they are vaccinated...

Jul 27 12:29

AZ school district issues, then retracts consent form to quiz kids about private family info

An Arizona school district is backtracking after raising the ire of parents with controversial language in a parental consent form authorizing student health screenings. The district says the wording was “a complete mistake.”

In a notification requesting parental sign-off for student emotional health and wellness screenings, the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) appeared to suggest it would ask children to reveal private family information including “quality of home and interpersonal relationships, student biometric information,” and the family’s “gun/ammunition ownership.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Nazis used to get children to spy on their parents, too!

Jul 27 09:05

BLM Denies Rights Of Whites To Enter Ivy league Schools

A social justice group sent letters to white Democrats in two wealthy Texas neighborhoods calling on them to pledge that their children will not apply to Ivy League schools so that black students can snatch those spots instead.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If those black students want those spots, tell them to study harder!

Jul 27 08:04

Minnesota Fourth-Grader ‘Very Nervous and Uncomfortable’ When Told Not to Tell Parents About Equity Survey

Minnesota fourth-grader Hayley Yasger and her mother Kelsey told Fox & Friends about the equity survey forced on students.

The Sartell-St. Stephen School District hired the Equity Alliance Minnesota group “earlier this year for an $80,000 audit on ‘racial inequities.'”

Hayley explained: “So when I was in the survey I was taking a few questions and on the gender identification question I got very confused and kind of nervous after a boy asked his mom after the teacher explained that we cannot tell our parents anything. This made me very nervous and uncomfortable.”

Kelsey said the schools told them “that the equity audit was taking place,” but “were not informed on the date of the activity and not given other details due to the lack of transparency from the school distracted and from Equity Alliance of Minnesota.”

Jul 27 06:07

Josh Hawley: Strip Schools of Federal Funds if They Teach Founding Documents Are Racist

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) on Monday introduced the “Love America Act,” designed to combat Critical Race Theory in classrooms, in part by prohibiting federal funding to schools where founding texts of the United States are taught as products of white supremacy and racism.

According to Hawley’s office, the bill is designed to “promote patriotism in education and fight back against the spread of anti-American, critical race theory classes in K-12 education.”

The bill would specifically prohibit federal funding for “educational agencies and schools whose students do not read certain foundational texts of the United States and are not able to recite those texts or that teach that those texts are products of white supremacy or racism.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When I was in grade school, we had to memorize the Declaration of Independence!

Jul 27 04:54

America Is A Moral Cesspool, And Student Loans Prove It

Predators thrive on Americans' short memories. Student loans in their present scale did not exist prior to 1994. According to the Federal Reserve FRED database, the student loan balance was zero in 1993.

From zero in 1993 to $1.728 trillion in 2021: this is the predatory financialization of higher education which has enriched lenders, Wall Street and the Higher Education Cartel. As I've noted before, such parasitic rapaciousness would have been criminal a few generations ago; now it's cheered as a reliable source of profits by Wall Street and treated as business as usual by the corporate-owned media.

Jul 27 04:37

Chicago-Area Teacher Sues After Being Fired For Criticism Of Protests After George Floyd Murder

We have been discussing the investigations and terminations facing teachers over their expressing unpopular viewpoints on social media. Schools on both the high school and college levels are engaging in more monitoring of social media by students and teachers. The latest such case was reported in the Daily Herald involves Palatine High School’s Jeanne Hedgepeth who criticized the rioting after the death of George Floyd and referring to the violence as a “civil war.” She was fired by Township High School District 211 and is now suing the school district. The case raises some of the same issues as the recent firing of a teacher in Loudon county — a case on appeal after he was reinstated by a court.

Hedgepeth was writing on her own time and on her personal social media accounts. She made a series of controversial statements like comparing the term “white privilege” to the use of the N-word. She also referred to Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton as “race baiters.”

Jul 26 14:54

What’s Dumber Than CRT? CNN

My idea of hell is being condescended to by an idiot, forever and ever, with no respite. In other words, watching CNN.

Jul 26 12:57

High School Student Calls For Gun Safety Education In Schools

Right now, most Americans don’t have any firearm training. Some who served got it in the military. Others learned from their parents, but most got nothing. Meanwhile, a lot of those people are going to buy guns and some have a reason to be concerned about the lack of training. Yet rather than require it before someone can exercise their right to keep and bear arms, wouldn’t it make more sense to just make sure everyone learns it in school? -- It would also demystify guns, an act that will save a lot of lives all on its own.
Webmaster Addition: When I was a kid, gun safety was taught in school and schools encouraged gun clubs!

Jul 26 07:39

A Shocking Number of College Grads Wish They Had Been Taught More Life Skills

Remember when Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) was amazed by a garbage disposal and the idea that you can grow food in the ground? Many of us tittered and guffawed. As it turns out, she is not an anomaly. According to a poll from SWNS digital, 81% of college grads wish they had been taught more life skills before graduation. Instead, they learned the importance of pronouns and social justice activism. It seems that many students leave a college clueless about budgeting and what to do when you can’t afford DoorDash.

The learned helplessness churned out from our universities seems intentional. College grads who leave school without life skills are more willing to rely on the government.

Jul 26 07:36

Connecticut university system throws professor under the bus for challenging 1619 Project

Central Connecticut State University history professor Jay Bergman tried to convince his state's public schools to exclude the 1619 Project from their history curricula, questioning its sweeping claims that "white racism" drove America's independence from Britain.

At least one superintendent among more than 200 he contacted objected to Bergman's efforts, as did several of his history colleagues and other CCSU faculty. His department chair scolded Bergman for using his university email address and affiliation, and another professor demanded his formal censure, according to an investigation by NBC Connecticut.

While CCSU and the state university higher education system declined to punish Bergman, who is tenured, it conspicuously left out any mention of his academic freedom and contractual rights in responding to the controversy.

Jul 26 06:05


After a mass shooting in 2018, the Santa Fe Independent School District in Texas decided to try facial recognition as an added layer of security.

While the reason for installing the system was reactive, it is hard to ignore the privacy concerns, and the fact that facial recognition is not reliably accurate in identifying people.

The Markup obtained documents detailing how the facial recognition system the school district installed works. In the test run, back in 2019, more than 5,000 student photos were uploaded to the system, and the results, according to the tech company, were impressive.

Jul 25 20:51

America Is a Moral Cesspool, and Student Loans Prove It

America is now a moral cesspool, and student loans prove it. Note that the $1.728 trillion isn’t the entire load of debt crushing students; that’s only the securitized student loans. Wily sharpsters have found all sorts of private-debt niches which they sell as “student loans” but which are actually consumer loans. Then there’s the credit card debt from card issuers giving students “student-only cards.” Add it all up and the total likely exceeds $2 trillion.

Jul 24 17:27

Challenging our public school district’s obedience of county ‘health’ ‘orders’: District begins ‘disciplinary action steps;’ I respond for district choice to cite their unsubstantiated claims, withdraw the claims and censorship, or face my attorney (23 of

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Jul 23 14:10

CDC, Universities are Paying Students to be Vaccine Influencers

By Katelynn Richardson

Students can become paid COVID vaccine influencers through a new Student Social Media Engagement Campaign program.

The campaign recruits students to ‘combat vaccine misinformation and build vaccine confidence within their campus communities’ through TikTok, Instagram, and other platforms.

In partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American College Health Association (ACHA), and Youth Marketing Connection (YMC), universities are promoting paid internships for students who push COVID vaccines...

Jul 23 13:53

Judge Approves Indiana University Vaccine Mandate; Purdue Implements “choice model”

By Addison Pummill

Two Indiana universities have adopted vastly different approaches to student vaccinations for the fall 2021 semester.

Indiana University’s vaccine mandate has raised concerns about the financial implications for students who can no longer attend the school as the result of the policy.

In a recent ruling by a federal court, Indiana University can now require coronavirus vaccinations for students and staff before returning to campus this fall...

Jul 23 08:32

Report: ‘Outsized Number of Elementary Teacher Candidates’ Failing Licensure Tests in Primary Content Areas

A landmark report published by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) revealed an “outsized” number of elementary teacher candidates are failing state licensure tests, particularly in the primary subject areas of English, math, science, and social studies.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But I am sure they did very well in Critical Race Theory, human-caused global warming, and Drag Queen Story Hour!

Jul 23 05:23

Welcome to 'Tamalewood!' Major studios, including Netflix and NBCUniversal, are fleeing California in favor of New Mexico to take advantage of 35% tax incentive

Hollywood is fleeing California in favor of New Mexico, enticed by the state's 35 per cent tax breaks and looser COVID-19 restrictions.

The tax incentive this year has already brought $623 million into the Land of Enchantment- or Tamalewood as the locals have nicknamed it.

Netflix and NBCUniversal both built production studios in New Mexico this year after signing deals a few years back. Netflix penned a $2billion deal to produce content in the state over the next decade while NBCUniversal committed to a $500 million deal.

Netflix's desert plateau southeast of Mesa Del Sol containing 10 new sound stages and training facilities is now the company's main North American location and one of the largest film production complexes in the country.

Jul 22 12:56

Cleveland State University Squeezes in Vaccine Mandate Before New State Law Takes Effect

By Leana Dippie

Cleveland State University is requiring students living on campus to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, an order that appears to contradict Governor Mike DeWine’s signing House Bill 244 on July 14, which prohibits that type of mandate.

Though the new law prohibits Ohio’s public universities from mandating student COVID-19 vaccinations prior to the Food and Drug Administration’s full approval of the vaccine, it does not go into effect until October 12...

Jul 22 10:06

Candace Owens: The Biden administration got caught red-handed

Jul 22 09:49

Segregation returns to America as universities threaten, harass, intimidate unvaxxed students

Millions of students across the United States are waking up to the reality that getting a college education now requires them to submit to a new medical treatment that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration considers experimental.

Some are halfway or more into their degree programs, with tens of thousands of dollars in student-loan debt amassed, only to now find out they cannot finish their degrees unless they submit to an all-new “vaccine” using mRNA gene therapy that has already caused thousands of serious adverse reactions in young people.

Some classes can be taken online but not those requiring lab work or hands-on training, meaning if you don’t get the required injection, you don’t graduate.

Jul 22 09:36

Board Meeting Parent Speaks Out Against Critical Race Theory: “Hateful, Divisive Material”

Jul 22 07:10

Lost Einsteins Or Lost Edisons?

In the international competition to produce a work force equipped to cope with accelerating rates of technological innovation, the United States is leaving hundreds of thousands of highly capable people by the wayside, perhaps even millions.

“Current talent search procedures focus on the assessment of mathematical and verbal ability,” wrote David Lubinski of Vanderbilt and Harrison J. Kell, a senior researcher at the Educational Testing Service, in “Spatial Ability: A Neglected Talent in Educational and Occupational Settings.” Lubinski and Kell stress the failure of many of such searches to test for the cognitive skill known as spatial ability.

Lubinski of Vanderbilt and Harrison J. Kell, a senior researcher at the Educational Testing Service, in “Spatial Ability: A Neglected Talent in Educational and Occupational Settings.” Lubinski and Kell stress the failure of many of such searches to test for the cognitive skill known as spatial ability.

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Jul 22 07:02

Challenging our public school district’s obedience of county ‘health’ ‘orders’: District’s FINAL ANSWER: Obey ‘orders’ because they’re ordered, ‘health orders’ are whatever we say they are, questioning our ‘orders’ is harassment risking discipline

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Jul 22 04:58

Biden Regime Promotes 'Racial Justice' Guide Pushing Students And Teachers to 'Disrupt Whiteness'

If you want schools to be reopened you have to commit to "disrupting whiteness" and giving "antiracist therapy" to "White educators," so says the Biden regime's Department of Education.

Jul 21 15:05

The New Segregationists of the Left

How infuriating it must be for parents to raise a child for eighteen years by teaching him or her to be colorblind, and then to have some of the dumbest people in the country, employed by universities, attempting to turn them into ignorant and hateful bigots like themselves.    And charging the parents $50,000/year or more for the effort.

Jul 21 08:04

Kenny Xu on ‘An Inconvenient Minority’ and How the Push for Equity Is Dumbing Down America

“They claim to be attacking white supremacy, but really, they’re attacking meritocracy,” says Kenny Xu, author of “An Inconvenient Minority: The Attack on Asian American Excellence and the Fight for Meritocracy.”

Asian Americans are penalized for working hard and held to much higher standards than their non-Asian peers in the admission processes for America’s elite universities, Xu argues.

Now, the push for “diversity, equity, and inclusion” is expanding beyond universities to virtually every aspect of American life. Schools are abolishing programs for gifted and talented students and lowering standards to get failing students to pass. And there are growing attacks on race-blind admissions systems.

“For the sake of equity, we are dumbing down the best and brightest of our next generation,” he says.

Jul 21 08:04


An incoming college freshman was denied admission to her dream school and lost $200,000 in scholarships because she would not get vaccinated against coronavirus due to a pre-existing medical condition.

Olivia Sandor, 18, said Brigham Young University–Hawaii (BYUH) denied her fall admission due to state and college vaccination requirements, despite the fact that they had already awarded her scholarship money.

Sandor, who suffers from Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS), shared her story on Sean Hannity's Fox News program on Monday night and explained how she'd requested an exemption from the school's vaccination requirement after her team of medical providers advised against her getting the COVID-19 shot.

But the university denied her request for exemption - and told her to re-enroll after getting vaccinated.

Jul 21 08:02

Montana Attorney General Provides Legal Basis for Rejecting Critical Race Theory: Activists

Putting the fight against critical race theory –which holds that white people are inherently racist— on a firmer footing by emphasizing that teaching it in public schools violates the Constitution and civil rights laws is an excellent tactic, supporters of traditional patriotic education told The Epoch Times.

Their comments came after Austin Knudsen, Republican attorney general of Montana, wrote a legal opinion about whether Marxist-invented critical race theory (CRT) violated the U.S. and Montana constitutions as well as various federal civil rights laws. He was responding to an inquiry by Elsie Arntzen, Montana’s superintendent of public instruction, also a Republican.

Jul 21 06:16

Virginia PTA Leader Ousted After Being Caught Wishing Death On Anti-Critical Race Theory Parents

A Virginia Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) official has resigned after she was seen on video at a protest making incendiary remarks about parents who oppose critical race theory.

In a statement released over the weekend, the PTA said that its “executive committee requested and received the resignation of Michelle Leete, who served as Vice President of Training.”

“The actions & rhetoric of Ms. Leete & all of the like-minded partisan supporters of the SB are deeply disappointing. It evinces a deep lack of concern for children & parents, particularly where the wellbeing of children & families clash with political considerations,” a Twitter post from the organization reads.

Leete was recorded at a counter-protest criticizing those who oppose critical race theory (CRT), an offshoot of the European Marxist school of critical theory, being taught inside classrooms.

“Let them die,” Leete said, apparently referring to CRT’s opponents during the demonstration.

Jul 20 14:24

Ed-Exit’ To Protect Your Kids from Critical Race Theory

Public outrage over teaching children that the only way to overcome racism is to sacrifice liberty helped build efforts to pass laws banning the teaching of Critical Race Theory. Some of these efforts are accompanied by advancing mandates that schools promote a “positive” or “patriotic” view of America. This can replace one form of indoctrination with another. -- A “patriotic” curriculum could teach children that the change from a constitutional republic to a welfare-warfare state was a victory for liberty. It could also teach that the American government is morally justified in, and capable of, managing the economy at home and spreading democracy abroad. It could teach children lies like capitalism caused the Great Depression.

Jul 19 07:22

California Board of Education Puts Pause on Proposed Calculus-Free Math Curriculum

In early May, we reported that the California Board of Education was proposing to eliminate calculus and revise its mathematics curriculum to make it more…equitable.

Subsequently, there was a backlash tsunami from the state’s parents, whose children will eventually have to compete for colleges and jobs in the real world.

Now the board is pausing its implementation.

Jul 19 06:15

Court rules against university that targeted Christian group, saying they were 'hard-pressed' to find a more blatant example of 'discrimination'

The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday ruled against the University of Iowa calling its decision to deregister a Christian student group as one of the most obvious examples of discrimination that it has ever seen.

In a ruling issued on Friday, the court unanimously sided with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, a national faith-based group that organizes local chapters at colleges and universities around the country, putting on Bible studies and worship gatherings.

In 2018, the University of Iowa decided to deregister InterVarsity — along with other student religious groups on campus — over its commonsense practice of requiring leaders to agree with its statement of faith.

In targeting religious groups, the university cited its Human Rights Policy, which mandates that student groups not differentiate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, gender identity, and a range of other categories — religion included.

Jul 16 11:06

Denver School Hires Man Accused Of MOLESTING 62 CHILDREN Because He’s A BLM Leader

This is incredibly sick. Fearing the reaction from Black Lives Matter, a Colorado school has rehired a black man accused of sexual crimes against dozens of children.

A local Denver school has rehired Black Lives Matter leader Tay Anderson, who is currently under investigation for sex abuse, rape, and harassment of several persons, including 62 children.

Jul 16 07:05

American R.Evolution

In this film Dr. David Martin gives an education in the history of the United States where we went wrong and what are the mechanisms of that deviation of the grand experiment.

Jul 15 07:28

Baltimore City Schools: 41% of high school students earn below 1.0 GPA

Baltimore City Schools has reached an alarming low in student performance. Project Baltimore has learned, during the first three quarters of this year, nearly half of high school students in City Schools earned a grade point average below a D.

When Jovani Patterson ran for Baltimore City Council President last year, he ran on a platform that included accountability in education.

“They take. They take. They take. Yet, despite the amount of money they get. We don’t see much change. Our schools outspend 97% of other major school districts,” Patterson said during a 2020 campaign ad.

Jul 15 06:50

Ann Coulter: Critical Race Theory Is a Complex—Oh, Who Are We Kidding?

One of the unintended consequences of teachers using COVID to refuse to do their jobs in 2020 is that their students suddenly had to take classes remotely—within earshot of Dad. A mother at a fancy New York City private school told me that the wokeness curriculum was nothing new, but mothers never made a fuss about it. Then the fathers overheard their kids’ remote classes—and all hell broke loose.

Now that the teachers’ anti-white agenda has been exposed (thank you, fathers of America!), the left is spinning a series of increasingly hilarious defenses of “critical race theory,” which is just a more boring version of the left’s usual hatred of Western civilization.

Their current position is that they simply can’t discuss CRT with you because it’s too complex and can only be understood by high-level graduate students after years of study.

Jul 15 06:16

Supporters of a Black History Course in Missouri’s Francis Howell School District Tell One Story in Public and Another in Private

Supporters of proposed Black History in Missouri School District course caught sanitizing their sales pitch in public but telling a different story in private.

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Jul 14 11:58

You Don’t Have to Send Your Kid Back to Public School This Fall—Here Are Your Options

By Kerry McDonald

This year’s back-to-school season is as uncertain and unsettling as the last. With schools in some parts of the country set to open early next month, the CDC just announced its virus control recommendations which include required masking for unvaccinated students and staff, continued social distancing, and frequent virus testing...

School coronavirus policies, along with ongoing battles over K-12 curriculum, are leading more parents than ever to consider new learning models for their kids.

Fortunately, they have options...

Jul 14 10:07

Group Plans to File Lawsuit against University System of Maryland over Vaccine Mandate

By Mckenna Dallmeyer

The University System of Maryland announced it will require all students and faculty to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

A coalition is filing a lawsuit against the mandate, alleging it is a step towards the loss of ‘freedom of choice regarding medical intervention.’

The chancellor of the University System of Maryland issued a COVID vaccination mandate for all students and employees. Now, a coalition of Marylanders are trying to take legal action against the change...

Jul 14 06:58

Harvard Jewish Establishment Denies Cornel West's Tenure and Compel Him to Resign Over His Criticism of Israel

Cornel West, an early advocate of Critical Race Theory which alleges that all institutions are haunted by the ghost of white supremacy, has now learned who really controls Harvard.

Earlier this week, the academic pop icon published his resignation letter from his position at Harvard University Divinity School, citing persecution and censorship by administrators over his outspoken criticism of the state of Israel.

Harvard’s president and provost are Lawrence Becow and Alan Gerber, both Jewish. The men ignored West’s status as one of the most famous black intellectuals in America and rejected his application for tenure last spring due to his work promoting the Palestinian cause on campus. According to inside knowledge divulged by West, he is the third academic to be denied tenure at the school for criticizing Israel.

Jul 13 15:32

Professor Cornel West dramatically resigns from Harvard after being denied tenure and says the 'shadow of Jim Crow' in the form of 'superficial diversity' persists at the Ivy League school

The famous public intellectual Cornel West has dramatically quit his job at Harvard University following a tenure dispute, accusing the esteemed school of 'spiritual rot' and 'superficial diversity.'

In a resignation letter he shared publicly on Monday night, 68-year-old West slammed Harvard's administration and revealed a litany of personal and professional complaints.

'How sad it is to see our beloved Harvard Divinity School in such decline and decay,' he wrote in the letter. 'The disarray of a scattered curriculum, the disenchantment of talented yet deferential faculty, and the disorientation of precious students loom large.'

Jul 13 09:38

White House Backs Teachers Unions, CRT Curricula

The Biden administration signaled its support for the teaching of “anti-racism” curriculum in public schools Friday, wading into an ongoing culture war over critical race theory playing out on cable news and in school board meetings across the nation.

Asked about a recent decision by the National Education Association to throw its weight behind controversial progressive teachings about race, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told RealClearPolitics that President Biden believes “kids should learn about our history” including the view that "there is systemic racism that is still impacting society today."

Psaki continued that the president and the First Lady, who is also a life-long educator, believe that “there are many dark moments, and there is not just slavery and racism in our history.”

Jul 13 09:05

Oklahoma education board BANS Critical Race Theory from schools and threatens to revoke licenses of teachers who promote it

Public school teachers in Oklahoma could have their teaching licenses suspended for teaching certain concepts about race and racism under new rules approved Monday by the State Board of Education.

With just one opposing vote, the board approved emergency rules to comply with a bill approved by the Republican-led legislature this year that purports to ban so-called 'Critical Race Theory.'

The new law prohibits public school teachers of grades K-12 from teaching eight different concepts about race, including that an individual, by virtue of his or race or sex, is inherently racist, sexist or oppressive, whether consciously or unconsciously.

Jul 13 06:16

Cornell West cites 'anti-Palestinian prejudice' in resignation letter to Harvard

In his blistering resignation letter to Harvard University, Dr Cornell West, one of America's leading public intellectuals, cited the administration's "anti-Palestinian prejudice" as one of the main reasons for departing after four years of teaching. West is expected to return to Union Theological Seminary, where he first taught 44 years ago.

West shared a copy of his letter on Twitter yesterday explaining the reasons for his resignation. The 67-year-old philosopher, political activist, and social critic has been involved in a drawn-out public dispute with Harvard Divinity School over his tenure since early this year.

Considered an intellectual giant by many, West's fallout triggered speculation over why such a prominent figure would be denied tenure. It was thought that his vocal support for the Palestinians and his harsh criticism of Israel played a major role in blocking his path to tenure.

Jul 12 20:34

Challenging our public school district’s obedience of county ‘health’ ‘orders’: I begin conversations with attorneys, district refuses to document accusations of my unprofessionalism for 10 weeks now, teachers’ union agrees to ‘most restrictive orders’

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Jul 12 11:19

The Fightback Against Critical Race Theory

Across the US, parents are protesting against the implementation of new school lessons informed by critical race theory (CRT). Videos of parents passionately speaking up in opposition at school-board meetings have gone viral. At a recent meeting, the school board in Loudoun County, Virginia, heard a range of criticisms. ‘You’re teaching children to hate others because of their skin colour’, said retired senator Dick Black. Xi Van Fleet, a woman who survived the Cultural Revolution in Mao’s China, said the CRT lessons, with their emphasis on personal guilt, reminded her of those dark days. Students are being taught ‘to loathe our country and our history’, she said. The board quickly ended the meeting and called the police to arrest the protesters.

Jul 09 08:30

US public schools are poised to teach students the new 3Rs – ‘racism, racism, racism’ – as Critical Race Theory invades classrooms

Public opinion in America is decidedly opposed to critical race theory. Yet the nation’s largest teachers union is advancing the ideology, threatening to turn schools into hotbeds of activism, as opposed to centers of learning.

Riding on a wave of the “fiery but mostly peaceful protests” that accompanied the death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer, students in the US public school system are about to receive a noxious dose of what critics call “state-sanctioned racism” mixed into their regular curriculum.

Jul 08 13:56

Free Speech Victory: Supreme Court Limits School Attempts To Regulate Off-Campus Speech & Usurp Parents’ Rights To Discipline Children

In a victory for parents’ rights and students’ free speech rights, the U.S. Supreme Court has restricted the authority of public schools to punish students for speech engaged in off-campus.

Jul 08 13:55

Union Approves Teaching White Kids To Feel Ashamed For Being White

The fight over critical race theory in U.S. schools meets a new challenge as the biggest teachers union, one that is filled with avowed 'Democratic Socialists' have embraced progressives' racially focused curriculum.

Throughout its annual assembly late last week, the National Education Association voted to maintain teaching critical race theory in K-12 schools, according to the Washington Examiner.

The NEA's approved "new business item" established a task force for promoting a curriculum focusing more profoundly on race.

Jul 08 07:48

Illinois' Education Spending Soars While Outcomes Flatlined, New Census Data Shows

A Wirepoints analysis of new U.S. Census education finance data for 2019 dispels the constant claims by lawmakers and education officials that Illinois needs billions in additional Pre-K to 12 funding. At $16,227 per student, Illinois spent more in 2019 than every state in the entire Midwest, a position Illinois has held since 2010.

More importantly, Wirepoints found Illinois’ per student spending grew 70 percent between 2007 and 2019, the most in the nation. That’s nearly two times more than the national average over the same period.

All that additional funding hasn’t translated into better outcomes for Illinois students. Wirepoints analyzed National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) data and found that Illinois test scores have basically flatlined since 2007.

Jul 08 07:39

'The Five' accuse teachers union boss of 'intimidation' over critical race theory

Jul 08 07:37

Teachers opposed to CRT are being muzzled at Ohio private school by the principal who keeps them on one year contracts, say mothers whose children were expelled after they launched 'anti-woke' campaign

Teachers who oppose critical race theory are muzzled by their principal at an Ohio private school, according to two moms whose children were expelled after launching a campaign against 'woke' curriculum.

Andrea Gross and Amy Gonzalez made the claim on Fox & Friends First on Wednesday after Columbus Academy sent them a letter informing them that their children will not be reenrolled at the school, where tuition fees cost up to $30,000 a year.

The school said Gross and Gonzalez leveled 'false and misleading attacks' on the school and its leadership through their 'inflammatory' campaign, including making claims that students were being subjected to bomb sniffing dogs on campus.

Jul 08 06:52

The rise of a generation of censors: Law schools the latest battlement over free speech

Free speech on American college campuses has been in a free fall for years. From high schools through law schools, free speech has gone from being considered a right that defines our society to being dismissed as a threat. According to polling, the result is arguably one of the most anti-free-speech generations in our history. The danger is more acute because it has reached law schools where future judges and lawyers may replicate the same intolerance in our legal system.

A recent controversy at Duke Law School highlights this danger. “Law & Contemporary Problems” is a faculty-run journal that recently decided to do a balanced symposium on “Sex and the Law” — including transgender issues — and asked Professor Kathleen Stock of the University of Sussex (who has criticized transgender positions) to participate.

Protests erupted over allowing such intellectual diversity.

Jul 08 06:46

Private School in Ohio Denies Students Reenrollment After Moms Campaigned Against Indoctrination

FOX News reports:

Ohio private school students denied reenrollment after moms’ ‘inflammatory’ campaign against ‘indoctrination’

An Ohio private school is denying reenrollment to several students, alleging that their mothers breached part of their contract by leading a public campaign against the school’s purported attempt to “indoctrinate” students with left-wing ideas.

The decision capped off months of efforts by parents Andrea Gross and Amy Gonzalez to probe Columbus Academy’s (CA) activities, which allegedly included divisive concepts about race and anti-conservative sentiment.

Jul 07 13:54

American school teachers say they will teach anti-white CRT agenda regardless of laws

The National Education Association (NEA), America’s largest teachers’ union, has decided that public school indoctrinators will, in fact, be teaching “critical race theory” (CRT) to students, even if the law prohibits it.

Jul 07 12:34

Starting on college campuses, pro-lifers will be canceled next

“Cancel culture” is a fixture of today’s society, claiming activists and heterodox professors as its victims. Now, we can expect our national institutions to cancel pro-lifers next.

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Established institutions have been pressured into deplatforming right-wing figures and conservatives. As the Washington Examiner's Robert Schmad wrote this week, high-profile conservatives have been banned from payment processors, and the New York Times has called on banks to stop abetting sales of firearms.

Nowhere is “cancel culture” more visible than on America’s activist breeding ground, also known as the university campus. College professors on all sides of the political spectrum have been the target of vitriolic left-wing crusades.

Jul 07 09:54

Biden Admin Expands Tuition Breaks For Future Teachers, Removes GPA Requirement To Provide Access To ‘Students Of Color’

The Biden administration announced a plan to expand tuition breaks for future teachers and remove GPA requirements for grant recipients in hopes of providing access to “students of color.”

The Department of Education oversees the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) grant program, which provides tuition breaks for students obtaining degrees in education who commit to teaching in “high-need fields and underserved schools” for four years after graduation. The Biden administration, with the support of Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, announced that the annual grant amount for third and fourth-year students will double to $8,000 per recipient.

Jul 07 07:25

Let’s scrap university, they’re just teaching youngsters to be snowflakes. It’s time they learnt a trade instead

Every man and his dog goes to university these days. Why? What are they actually learning how to DO in the real world? We’re just creating generations of wokeys and snowflakes. Let’s teach them to work with their hands again.

Instead of gender studies and ways to weaken the language to the point where it’s so soft it can never give offence, how about we teach young people how to lay bricks, hammer a nail, wield a chisel or plaster a wall?

Imagine if an old-fashioned war broke out tomorrow and the country had no choice but to call up the snowflake youth of today? Back in World Wars I and II, it fell to the working man to come to the rescue and defeat the Germans.

There’d be no chance now, the descendants of those hardened working men turned warriors are all at woke universities learning how to admire their own belly buttons.

Jul 07 06:49



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