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Feb 03 07:38

San Francisco Schools Renamed the Arts Department Because Acronyms Are a Symptom of White Supremacy

The San Francisco United School District isn't quite finished with its renaming binge: The district's arts department, previously titled VAPA (Visual and Performing Arts), will now be known as the SFUSD Arts Department.

This change has been made in accordance with "antiracist arts instruction," according to ABC-7 News.

"It is a very simple step we can take to just be referred to as the SFUSD Arts Department for families to better understand who we are," Sam Bass, director of the SFUSD Arts Department, explained in a memo obtained by the local news network.

Bass did not immediately respond to a request for comment, and the memo isn't widely available. But ABC-7 reported that the decision was made to eliminate VAPA because the department realized acronyms are a symptom of "white supremacy culture."

Feb 03 07:37

Prominent San Francisco high school could drop academic achievement for admission

The San Francisco school board might junk grade and testing requirements for its nationally acclaimed Lowell High School, which has long been a lightning rod for issues of race in education.

The school is the San Francisco Unified School District's only 9-12 campus that uses a formula of grades and standardized test scores for admission of most students — but that might change based on a resolution presented by board members on Tuesday.

The proposal calls for a random lottery for admission to Lowell, which is majority Asian American, to replace the current grade-and-test system, which allegedly "excludes students of color" and "perpetuates the opportunity gap."

Of Lowell's 2,871 students, 18.1 percent are white, 11.5 percent

Feb 03 07:04

University of Dallas rebuffs trans activist’s campaign to fire Catholic professor

The University of Dallas (UD), a private Catholic university in Texas, has come into the crosshairs of gender ideology activism after a disgruntled former student, a man who now identifies as a woman, took umbrage at an alleged “social media posting of hatred against trans persons by chair of the political philosophy department, Prof. David Upham.”

The alumnus, “Bethany” Beeler by name, a married man and father of three who claims that “Jesus is trans,” penned an open letter to the university administration, wherein he asserts that Upham’s “mischaracterization of trans persons flies in the face of established medical science, psychological science, and public consensus on the trans experience.”

Feb 03 06:50

US inequalities spark school reopening battles

The issue of reopening schools during the pandemic in the US has become intertwined with the increasing gap between their rich and poor.

With a major teachers’ strike looming Chicago has become the key battleground in the reopening of schools amid America’s struggles handling the coronavirus. The root issue is not racial disparities or even health safety but how the pandemic keeps worsening long standing economic inequalities between the rich and poor classes.

In the decentralized United States system funding for schools comes mainly from local taxes. While schools in wealthy neighborhoods have plenty of resources for hand sanitizers and masks, schools in poor areas are being asked to cope with pandemic-related costs despite decades of non-investment.

Feb 02 14:06

Virtually normal: Montreal student tries to contact his online prof, only to learn he's dead

Feeling a little disconnected in a world of virtual meetings, events and lectures?

No one's come face-to-face with the new reality quite the same way as Aaron Ansuini, a Montreal student who tried to contact his university lecturer this month.

Ansuini attends Concordia University and is taking a course on Canadian art history, taught, of course, by video.

But at one point he had a question, so he looked up the professor, Francois Marc Gagnon, to find his email address. Then he got a shock.

"When I was looking up his name to get his email address I pulled up his obituary," Ansuini said.

It turned out that his professor had died nearly two years earlier -- and the university had never mentioned that to the students taking his pre-recorded classes.

Feb 02 14:04

University of Chicago Considering Creation of ‘Critical Race Studies’ Department

UChicago considers entire academic department for ‘critical race’ studies

The University of Chicago is considering the creation of a critical race studies department and is funding an effort to look into creating the new academic unit. The move came just weeks after President Donald Trump had signed an executive order banning federal contractors and grant recipients from teaching Critical Race Theory, which the Trump administration deemed “divisive” and “anti-American propaganda.”

President Joe Biden reversed the order in a flurry of executive orders of his own.

As Campus Reform reported in October, a group of faculty members initiated a diversity strike, during which faculty members pledged not to participate or collaborate in university-sponsored diversity initiatives until their demands were met.

Feb 02 13:52

Parents Object to Anti-Racist Curriculum ‘in Every Class’ at Exclusive Dalton School

In December, Professor Jacobson wrote about the exclusive Dalton School in New York, which has aggressively embraced the ideology of Critical Race Theory.

The post featured a report from the Naked Dollar blog about the faculty at Dalton releasing an eight-page list of race-based demands.

Now a group of parents of Dalton students has written a letter which reveals that the situation at Dalton is actually worse than previously known.

Former FOX News host Megyn Kelly shared the letter on Twitter:

Feb 02 11:21

Pittsburgh: Sexual Deviant Will Keep His Job As High School Teacher

Parents and community members in suburban Allegheny County are enraged after it was revealed that a teacher at Avonworth High School is a gay pervert with a dog fetish. While this is disturbing to most people, he has not been fired from his job yet.

Problems began for Doug Haskins, the openly gay 9th grade biology instructor, in early January when students discovered a homosexual lifestyle Instagram page. Haskins, wearing a black dog mask, was featured with another man in canine-themed BDSM costumes.

After the discovery, a source told National Justice that students began barking at Haskins during one of his Zoom classes. Soon after, the Instagram pages vanished.

Feb 02 10:38

DC Public Schools Using Black Lives Matter Curriculum That Prioritizes ‘Disrupting the Nuclear Family’

DC Public Schools have announced that they will be using a race-based curriculum sent out by Black Lives Matter to teach students during Black History Month.

An email sent to parents refers to children as “communal children” and prioritizes “disrupting the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement.”

According to a report from the Daily Wire, who obtained the email, the program calls for allowing everyone to “choose their own gender,” even children in elementary school.

The critical race theory-based curricula uses Black Lives Matter’s “13 Guiding Principles,” which the Wire reports pushes for “queer and transgender affirmation and ‘restorative justice,’ among other priorities. The guide calls for the dismantling of the ‘patriarchal practice’ of requiring mothers to parent their children while also participating in ‘justice work.'”

Feb 02 08:43

Chicago mom threatens to sue school union for 'cultivating fear and panic' by telling striking teachers it's not safe to go back to classrooms

A mother from Chicago is threatening to sue the Chicago school union for 'cultivating fear and panic' as teachers appear to headed for strike or lock-out in a dispute as teachers and the union failed to come to an agreement on a novel coronavirus safety plan.

On Monday, the Chicago Public Schools told the parents of 67,000 pre-kindergarten, special education, elementary and middle school students, to keep their children at home after it could not reach an agreement with the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU).

Sarah Sachen, a mom of three said she shared the frustration of Mayor Lori Lightfoot over the battle between the two bodies.

Jan 31 09:13

Being indoctrinated at public school is “safe” for children, but doing anything else will spread coronavirus

According to the CDC, the only safe thing for children to do anymore is sit in a public school classroom and have their heads filled with whatever their teachers are telling them. Everything else is simply too dangerous because it could lead to more “positive” test results, and that would be really scary.

Jan 28 15:58

Hamilton Catholic school board investigates allegations of former employee's racist messagesSocial Sharing

The Hamilton Catholic school board is undergoing an investigation into allegations that an occasional education assistant allegedly posted racist and hate-filled messages online for years under a pseudonym.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board Chair Pat Daly said the staff member, who worked at St. Mary's Catholic Secondary School, is no longer an employee, but could not say if he was fired or resigned.

None of the allegations have been proven, but Daly said if "he was communicating … anything like, anywhere close to what is suggested … that would be very, very concerning from any employee of our board, particularly those that interact directly and often with students."

Timothy Juhlke was unavailable after multiple requests for comment over two weeks from CBC News, but told The Hamilton Spectator he was hacked.

Jan 28 13:51

Joe Biden Kills Office Protecting Job Rights of U.S. Graduates

The Biden administration is eliminating an office that was recently created to protect many millions of American graduates — including Biden’s young voters — from government-fueled corporate discrimination in hiring, pay, and workplace rights.

The worker-rights office was announced January 13 by President Donald Trump’s deputies and canceled January 26 by Biden’s deputies.

The short-lived office was intended to document and expose the corporate discrimination against Americans that is fueled by the huge Occupational Practical Training (OPT) program.

In 2019, the OPT program provided work permits to 400,000 foreign graduates so they can take the jobs and opportunities needed by graduates — including Biden’s voters — under rules that make foreign workers much cheaper to hire and easier to manage than American graduates are. OPT workers are foreign, temporary, contract workers — not immigrants.

Jan 28 13:37

Dr. R. Buttar blasts Gates, Fauci, exposes fake pandemic numbers, as economy collapses

"He says Anthony Fauci is at the center of it all... In 2017, he [Fauci] was documented at Georgetown University, saying that there will be a pandemic; that this presidency will face that ...how did he know that in 2017, that something was going to happen in 2018, '19 or 2020?

Jan 28 06:18

Why CDC Approves Of School Reopenings Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Although a majority of educational institutions across the country were forced to switch to online learning amid the coronavirus pandemic, researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) believe it’s safe to begin reopening schools for full in-person instruction.

An article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) on Tuesday reveals experts approve of reopening certain schools if restrictions are put in place to lower the spread of COVID-19, ABC 7 reports.

“Committing today to policies that prevent SARS-CoV-2 transmission in communities and in schools will help ensure the future social and academic welfare of all students and their education,” the researchers wrote.

Jan 27 12:03

Petition: President Biden: Cancel student loans in the first 100 days.

Federal student loans have become a national threat. Before the Covid-19 virus emerged, 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. had student loans, and over 80% of them were either unable to pay on their loans, or were paying but their balances were going up. The default rate for 2004 students is 40%, and these people were taking out less than a third of what today's students are compelled to borrow for college. The default rate for current borrowers will easily exceed 75%, if not far higher. This is more than triple the default rate of sub-prime home mortgages, and this was all true before the pandemic. By every reasonable metric, this is now a catastrophically failed lending system.

Jan 26 07:38

Chicago Teachers Union Votes to Refuse Return to In-Person Instruction

Members of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) voted Sunday to defy the order of Chicago Public Schools (CPS) to return to in-person instruction as the school district continues with its reopening plans amid the coronavirus pandemic.

CTU announced that “in an unprecedented remote electronic vote, 71 percent” of its members voted to continue remote instruction on Monday.

“With this vote, rank-and-file educators will continue teaching remotely, and safely, as they have been doing for months,” CTU stated.

Jan 25 09:20

Chicago Teachers Vote To 'Strike' Against In-Person Instruction Over COVID-19 Fears

The Chicago Teachers Union announced on Sunday that its members voted to defy an order to return to in-person instruction on Monday, citing concerns over COVID-19. Officials with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) have made clear that refusing to return when ordered would be tantamount to an illegal strike.

CPS, the nation's third-largest district, ordered roughly 10,000 K-8 teachers and other staffers to return to school on Monday, while roughly 70,000 students are expected to show up for part-time in-person classes on February 1 - when CPS says they still expect K-8 teachers to appear in-person. There has been no return date set for high school students.

The teachers union says that the reopening plan fails to take the health of teachers into account, and has called on the district to allow them to continue teaching from home.

Jan 23 08:16

Welcome to the University of WOKE! Leicester has ditched Chaucer, is 'decolonising' its syllabus and marks 'International Womxn's Week'... no wonder it's turning into a first-class failure, says GUY ADAMS

Even though it may not boast any dreaming spires or belong to the Russell Group of leading universities, there was a time not so very long ago when Leicester University punched well above the weight of its provincial rivals.

Named Britain’s ‘University of the Year’ in 2008, with a heritage that encompassed great thinkers such as novelist Malcolm Bradbury, a former student, poet Philip Larkin, one of its old librarians, and Sir David Attenborough, who lived on the attractive campus as a child, it was home to nearly 23,000 students.

Exactly a decade ago, Leicester came 17th in the Guardian University Guide’s national league tables, and was also top university for ‘student satisfaction’ outside Oxbridge.

Jan 21 06:37

Leicester uni to axe 145 jobs, with medieval studies and English language set to sink to create a woke 'decolonised curriculum'

Cash-strapped University of Leicester is to cut dozens of jobs. Apparently, courses on race, sexuality and diversity will be spared the chopping block while professors teaching the English language should seek new employment.

On Monday, the university disclosed details about its downsizing plans. Due to Covid-19, its income flows have dried up, so some of its 3,800 staff will have to go, with as many as 145 jobs slated to become redundant.

An email explaining the situation and announcing a 90-day consultation period was sent to employees, and some of them were quite unhappy with the management's rationale for selecting which areas should be "disinvested."

Jan 20 07:53

Trump's Last Act Out The Door Is To Have Deep State Awareness Taught In Schools

President Trump’s 1776 Commission released a report on the state of American education Monday in what the White House described as a "rebuttal" to the New York Times "1619 Project" and other historical accounts that take a critical view of the country’s earliest days.

"The 1776 report," released on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, was developed in response to Trump’s call to promote "patriotic education" in schools. In the report, the commission argues that schools "should reject any curriculum that promotes one-sided partisan opinions, activist propaganda, or factional ideologies that demean America’s heritage, dishonor our heroes, or deny our principles.

Jan 19 22:15

A Guide to Home-Based COVID Treatment- PDF Booklet

AAPS - Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.

Excerpt (Ch 3, para 2): "Hospital care for critical patients has a much higher death rate, and far higher risk of long-term lung, heart, neurological, and other complications for those who survive.

Jan 19 14:25

Opinion: The Assault On The Right Is The Result Of Our Broken & Unchecked University System

It appears that everyone knows that Donald Trump is a terrible, right-wing fascist racist, right? It's common knowledge. But do they really know that? Of course, they do! Everyone knows it.

Everybody says so, so it must be true. There it is right there. Everybody says it so everybody knows it so everybody says it. Everybody says it, so everybody knows It... So, everybody says it and so-on, and so-on.

These false and absurd notions originate from America’s academia and the media inundated the broadcast and digital airwaves with them. Then, the people themselves repeat retweet, share, and reinforce it amongst each other within their digital or traditional network of friends and colleagues.

Jan 19 08:53

Parents fume as BLM campaigners subvert America’s top high schools in the name of diversity & get ‘racist’ entrance exams scrapped

It’s not just white students in the firing line, but high performing Asian-American children, too; is it a bold move in the name of racial fairness or just an anti-intellectual assault from the ideology of critical race theory?
Few expected George Floyd’s killing to lead to a feud over ‘Asian privilege’. But that is the storm that has been waging at America’s top performing public school, Thomas Jefferson High School in Virginia.

The school, often referred to as TJ, offers a college preparatory program emphasizing the sciences, mathematics, and technology to children aged 14 to 18. It is ranked as the No.1 high school in the nation, and due to its status, earning a place there is competitive. Until recently, it used an admissions test to choose pupils.

Jan 19 08:48

Israel lobby urges Biden to ramp up attacks on college activists

Leaders of major Israel advocacy groups in the US are calling on the incoming Biden administration to further suppress Palestinian rights activism on college campuses.

In a letter, sent on 12 January, they make no mention of the events six days prior when anti-Semitic extremists, white nationalists and other Trump supporters attacked the US Capitol Building.

Rather, the heads of the Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Federations of North America, the American Jewish Committee and others representing dozens of members of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, praise the current and two former administrations and claim that “some anti-Israel activity is simply a modern form of anti-Semitism” – pointing squarely to Palestine solidarity activism on college campuses.

For their part, some of these same organizational leaders had separately expressed their dismay and horror at the blatant anti-Semites and their ilk who took part in the 6 January attack.

Jan 19 07:41

Biden’s Pick For Deputy Secretary of Education Believes Schools “Spirit Murder” Black Children – White Teachers Should Undergo “Antiracist Therapy”

President Trump banned hateful and divisive critical race theory from federal agencies and Joe Biden, a lifelong racist, is bringing it back.

Joe Biden on Monday nominated San Diego Unified School District Superintendent Cindy Marten to serve as his administration’s Deputy Secretary of Education.

Jan 17 07:28

Trump Administration Accomplishments

For those of you that say Trump hasn't done anything for America. [ts]

Jan 15 07:34

Cupertino Elementary School Forcing Third-Graders to ‘Deconstruct Their Racial and Sexual Identity’ – Rank Themselves According to ‘Power and Privilege’

According to documents released by undisclosed parents whose children attend R.I. Meyerholz Elementary School in Cupertino, California – a Silicon Valley community. A third-grade teacher started teaching a lesson on “social identities” in the middle of a math class. The lesson encouraged children to ‘deconstruct their racial and sexual identity, and rank themselves according to ‘power and privilege.’

The teacher asked all students to create an “identity map,” listing their race, class, gender, religion, family structure, and other characteristics. The teacher explained that the students live in a “dominant culture” of “white, middle class, cisgender, educated, able-bodied, Christian, English speaker[s],” who, according to the lesson, “created and maintained” this culture in order “to hold power and stay in power.”

Jan 14 09:02

Dalai Lama History: Biography, History, And Legacy Of The Dalai Lama

What is the Dalai Lama?
The Dalai Lama is a human person, but the name is also a title meaning "ocean of knowledge" given to the leading monk of Tibetan Buddhism. This is not a type of title you get through a political process of backroom dealing or just ends up after a substantial rise through the ranks, as is common in some Western religions; The Dalai Lama is believed to be the reincarnation of every previous lama who is believed to be a soul trapped in an endless cycle of rebirth, never reaching nirvana, because his work is just too important. . tough break.

Jan 13 07:19

NYC DOE will scrap Gifted and Talented test after this year

The Department of Education ended the suspense around the city’s accelerated Gifted and Talented program Tuesday night, announcing that the single-test entry system will end after this year.

Parents have been clamoring for answers on the coveted programs that admit kids based on standardized exam scores beginning at age 4.

Backers say they give academically advanced kids the opportunity to learn at an appropriate pace and serve as an educational springboard.

Detractors counter that the admissions model favors families of means who are better able to prepare for the test and that the exam serves as a poor marker of talent in young children.

Jan 06 07:20

San Francisco may change 'inappropriate' names of schools honoring Washington, Lincoln, and even Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Officials in San Francisco are pushing to rename several public schools in an attempt to purge school buildings of names deemed "inappropriate" like Presidents George Washington or Abraham Lincoln.

Even a school building named for Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) is on a list of 44 sites that parents and educators have been told must be renamed for having connections to slavery, genocide, or oppression, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. Of the 125 schools in the San Francisco district, more than a third have been added to the list for having objectionable names, including Balboa, Lowell and Mission high schools, Roosevelt and Presidio middle schools, and Webster, Sanchez and Jose Ortega elementary schools.

Jan 04 10:41

New Shakespeare Anthology For Children Omits ‘Merchant Of Venice’ For Fear Of ‘Offending’ Jews

Renowned children’s author and playwright Sir Michael Morpurgo will omit The Merchant of Venice from the children’s book based on Shakespeare’s plays he is working on because he doesn’t want to “offend” Jews:

Sir Michael, 77, is modernising Shakespeare plays for children and teenagers in a book titled Tales from Shakespeare, designed to make them more appealing to a young audience.

The book will include works such as Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth and King Lear, which are fixtures of the school syllabus. But Sir Michael said that after rereading The Merchant of Venice – which is on A-level syllabuses – he could not “honestly” retell it, the Sunday Times reported.

Jan 03 08:12

Police Keep Secret List Of Kids With Bad Grades Labelling Them "Potential Criminals"

In the ostensible land of the free, we are told that all people are presumed innocent until proven guilty by their peers. To those who’ve been paying attention however, we know that “innocent until proven guilty” is a farce into today’s police state. If you doubt this assertion, you need only look at the data to see that a whopping 74% of people in jails across the country - have not been convicted of a crime.

While it is true that many of these folks are awaiting trial for crimes they did commit, there are innocent people behind bars for the sole reason that they cannot afford bail. A free country — who claims to protect the rights of citizens — should not be keeping hundreds of thousands of presumed innocent people in cages, yet this is the status quo.

Jan 02 12:12

Horror: Nashville Nurse Gets Bells Palsy From Vaccine!

Khalilah Mitchell, a registered nurse from Nashville, Tennessee, now suffers from bells palsy after getting a Covid-19 vaccine.

Dec 31 07:46

Scholarship in the age of wokeness: Top 10 ACADEMIC targets of cancel culture in 2020

This year, attempts to defenestrate people for voicing their opinions reached new heights of absurdity. And academia was no exception. This list comprises the top 10 academic targets of cancel culture, as selected by yours truly.
Academics are supposed to be engaged in the disinterested pursuit of truth. And universities are meant to be places where you attack the argument, not the man. But in recent years, many scholars in the English-speaking world have found themselves embroiled in controversies just for expressing an unorthodox opinion or – in one case – pronouncing a Chinese word correctly. The individuals below were all targeted for cancellation in 2020. Some were investigated by their employers, others lost book contracts, speaking engagements and even university positions.

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Dec 29 07:42

Will Students Return To Public Schools After The Pandemic?

“She’s a happy kid, a good student, and the virtual learning was a disaster for us,” said Erin Haroldson of Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, whose eight-year-old daughter was receiving virtual education from her local public school last spring. When it looked like schools would go virtual again this fall, Haroldson asked her daughter if she would rather continue at Mount Horeb or start in person at a new school, where she would need to make new friends.

When her daughter responded “Mom, I want to go to a new school,” the Haroldsons enrolled her in High Point Christian School in Madison.

Dec 28 14:02

Even Homer Gets Mobbed

A sustained effort is under way to deny children access to literature. Under the slogan #DisruptTexts, critical-theory ideologues, schoolteachers and Twitter agitators are purging and propagandizing against classic texts—everything from Homer to F. Scott Fitzgerald to Dr. Seuss.

Their ethos holds that children shouldn’t have to read stories written in anything other than the present-day vernacular—especially those “in which racism, sexism, ableism, anti-Semitism, and other forms of hate are the norm,” as young-adult novelist Padma Venkatraman writes in School Library Journal. No author is valuable enough to spare, Ms. Venkatraman instructs: “Absolving Shakespeare of responsibility by mentioning that he lived at a time when hate-ridden sentiments prevailed, risks sending a subliminal message that academic excellence outweighs hateful rhetoric.”

Dec 27 20:02

White Girl Has College Admission Revoked For Singing Rap Lyrics When She Was 15

"White privilege" means having your life derailed for singing the lyrics to a rap song on Snapchat to a friend when you were 15 years old.

Dec 25 09:43

Why do we celebrate Christmas on 25 December?

Was Jesus Born on 25 December?

The truth is that we cannot be completely certain about Jesus' birthday. Despite eventually becoming one of the most popular religions in the world, Christianity made small beginnings and suffered much persecution, so the celebration of the birth of Jesus was unquestionably gone by 336 BCE, as far as we had one There is evidence as to the ancient Roman calendar. It was celebrated on 25 December, but three centuries is plenty of time to forget someone's birthday if you neglect to write it. Most of us forget after three days

Dec 23 18:15

A “Brave School World” of Tracking Student Data for “Social Credit”

By John Klyczek

From Bill Gates to BigQuery, From Blockchain to Hashgraph

In my recent article series, I document how the US Department of Education’s emergency COVID rules for “Distance Learning and Innovation” (85 FR 18638) have deregulated the federal requirements for “adaptive learning” and other ed-tech forms of “artificial intelligence” that are now being bankrolled by floods of stimulus money from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

I’ve also documented how such CARES-financed ed-tech, including adaptive-learning and socioemotional-feedback technologies, are set up to be data-mined through public-private partnerships that are being funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s campaign to “Reimagine Education.”

Dec 23 09:28

Coronavirus patent in 2003? — Fauci Is Involved

"In 1999, patents on Coronavirus started showing up". [01.30]
"What do you do? You offshore the research. You fund the Wuhan Institute of Virology. ... The U.S. could say China did it...". [06.30]

Dec 22 08:28

Tucker breaks down prestigious private school's latest diversity manifesto

Dec 18 15:39

21 Democrats Demand They, and all Members of Congress, be Disarmed

Those members of Congress were perfectly willing to allow members of Congress to have the right to keep and bear arms, as long as it was on the “low down”, in the closet, lest the public gets the idea the Second Amendment actually meant something. But now that the principled Representative Boebert refuses to stay in the Second Amendment closet, that is not allowed.

Dec 17 13:02

Fighting For The Truth Until The End: Devos Concerned Biden Will 'Change History', Urges Resistance

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos reportedly urged career officials at the Education Department to be a team of defense against the incoming Biden term.

DeVos made her statement during a department wide virtual meeting to government employees that she said will "be here through the coming transition and beyond," according to audio obtained by Politico.

Dec 17 07:27

‘Woke’ school gets kids to list ‘why they hate Donald Trump’

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And how does this help those kids to prepare for decent jobs?

Dec 16 08:06

Indiana Schools Sue Hundreds of Parents over Unpaid Textbook Fees

Dozens of Indiana school districts are suing parents over unpaid textbook fees, despite receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars per classroom.

The South Bend Tribune reported the School City of Mishawaka has filed lawsuits against hundreds of parents:

When Hannah Watts received a reminder notice in the mail in January for the $701.56 she still owed for her childrens’ textbook fees from last year, she decided to use her tax refund to pay it off in the spring.

But two months later, the coronavirus pandemic shut down Indiana. Watts is a dental assistant, and her hours at work were slashed. She had no choice but to use the refund to cover household expenses.

Watts says she didn’t hear anything else about the bill until Aug. 7, when a notice appeared on her door. School City of Mishawaka, the district her three children attend, had filed a lawsuit against her.

Dec 15 08:12

New York University (NYU) Ignores Academic Freedom, Investigates Course Content

Mark Crispin Miller is a tenured professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communications at New York University and has been on the faculty there for more than 20 years. He has been a vocal commentator on — and critic of — a broad range of topics, from NYU’s plans to redevelop the Village to the American political system. Professor Miller has long been outspoken. Now, he finds himself under investigation for his controversial course content and protected extramural expression on his personal blog.

Dec 14 09:53

Cambridge Academics Have Just Won an Important Battle for Free Speech

Academics at Cambridge won a cheering victory for free speech today when they voted by an overwhelming majority to reject plans from the vice-chancellor to change the rules governing debate at the university.

They rejected the university’s proposals to insist that students and staff be ‘respectful’ of opposing views. They decided, instead, that the rules should say students and staff must ‘tolerate’ opposition. The result was as close to conclusive as you can get. Only 162 academics voted in favour of the university’s plan, while 1316 voted in favour of the change. (A further 208 academics wanted neither.)

Dec 12 06:48

If You Don't Raise Your Kids, Someone Else Will

Dec 10 09:37

The World’s Top 10 Most Spoken Languages

Dec 09 10:59

Schumer Demands Biden Use Executive Order To Cancel Millions In Student Loan Debt

Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is already calling on Joe Biden to issue an executive order on day one of his presidency that bypasses Congress and cancels millions of dollars of federal student loan debt.

“We have come to the conclusion that President Biden can undo this debt, can forgive $50,000 of debt the first day he becomes president,” Schumer said, according to Fox Business. “You don’t need Congress. All you need is the flick of a pen.”

Dec 08 07:23

All-Remote Learning Is Failing Many Students All Across The Country: 'These Children Are Struggling'

Students in about 40 percent of school districts across the country haven't seen the inside of a classroom in more than eight months – and their grades tell a sad story.

New academic performance numbers suggest the disruption to in-person education is taking a heavy toll on many students.

Earlishia Oats is a single mom of four children in East Tampa, Florida. She chose all-remote learning to protect the health of her oldest son, who suffers from epilepsy. "When he gets sick, it's a whole other level," she said.

But her 15-year-old daughter, who has never had a failing grade in the past, is now struggling. "She made a D the last time on AP World History," Oats said, "and she was freaking out. That has never happened before."

Dec 06 09:44

Minority Students Crushed By Lockdowns; 600% Increase In Math Failures, 500% English

In August, I reported here on how Montgomery County, Maryland, was seeking to shut down private schools as part of their Covid-19 strategy of abolishing all risk by abolishing all freedom. As more individuals have recently tested positive for Covid, the county government is responding with a new array of iron-fisted decrees. Some of the latest edicts make little or no sense, confirming the county’s nickname of LoCo Moco.

Gov. Larry Hogan blocked the county government’s effort to criminalize private teaching; Catholic, Jewish, and other schools have operated safely with no significant Covid outbreaks. But county schools remain shut down in large part due to the clout of the teachers union, a bulwark of political support for County Executive Marc Elrich.

Dec 04 20:03

NYU Professor Under Fire for Mask Comments Files Libel Lawsuit

By Janet Phelan

A NYU professor has filed a lawsuit against a number of his academic colleagues, alleging libel after an uproar of official reaction ensued when one of his students called for his firing based on in-class comments he had made on the utility of masks.

The pleadings, filed in the Supreme Court of the state of New York on November 30, 2020, stated that a letter signed by nineteen of Professor Mark Crispin Miller's academic colleagues included “numerous misstatements of ‘fact’ maliciously intended to portray plaintiff in a negative light” and intended to “diminish, if not destroy, his professional reputation and standing.”

Dec 02 08:25

Petition in Defense of Academic Freedom. “Effectiveness of Face Mask ” Banned From Classroom Discussion?

Herewith I am submitting my petition in defense of academic freedom and free speech, prompted by my unfortunate experience at NYU since Sept. 20, when, as you are well aware, a student in my undergraduate propaganda course, “Mass Persuasion and Propaganda” (MCC-UE 1014), took to Twitter to demand that NYU fire me, for suggesting that the class look into the scientific studies of the effectiveness of masks against transmission of respiratory viruses. It was not the student’s tweets that decided me to publish the petition, but NYU’s response to them: a tweet of thanks from my department chair, with assurances that my department had made her grievance “a priority”; an email from Dean Jack Knott, and Dr.

Dec 01 08:53

Eton College Defends Sacking Teacher Over Video On Masculinity

Amid growing backlash for firing an English teacher over a video on masculinity, Eton College has said that it is “not an issue of freedom of speech.”

Teacher Will Knowland was dismissed from the school—which has famously educated over one-third of all British prime ministers, including Boris Johnson—after he refused to take down a lecture from his private YouTube channel that questioned “current radical feminist orthodoxy.”

The school initially refused to comment since an appeals process is underway.

After growing accusations of bending to woke progressivism, the school has now defended its actions, insisting they made the decision based on legal advice.

Dec 01 07:46

When Covid-19 closed schools, Black, Hispanic and poor kids took biggest hit in math, reading

When the Covid-19 pandemic forced the closure of most U.S. schools last spring, students were thrown into new and unfamiliar ways of learning. Special education students and children learning English lost support that their schools struggled to provide online. Many students had no access to computers or internet and were completely cut off from their teachers.

The true toll these disruptions have taken on student learning won’t be known for months or years, but new reports from national education-testing organizations have begun to offer an early look at that impact.

The latest is a report from NWEA, formerly the Northwest Evaluation Association, which analyzed the results of tests given to nearly 4.4 million U.S. students in grades three through eight this fall and found that most fell short in math, scoring an average of 5 to 10 percentile points behind students who took the same test last year.

Dec 01 07:20

Pushing Propaganda on Kids in New Jersey

Dec 01 07:18

STUDENTS AT UK UNIVERSITY DEMAND THE WORD “BLACK” BE BANNED FROM LECTURES & TEXTBOOKS

Students at Manchester University have demanded that the word “black” when used as a negative expression such as the word “blackmail” should be banned because it is “divisive.”

Yes, really.

The complaint was prompted by a university study surround issues affecting Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff and faculty.

Citing concerns of black people, the report noted that there were “linguistic concerns about Black being associated with negative expressions” such as “blackmail” and “black sheep.”

After the report labeled the use of words which included “black” and “divisive and not inclusive,” the university’s student union demanded that “any other use of the word ‘black’ as an adjective to express negative connotations” should be banned in research papers, lecture slides, and books published by professors.

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That will mess up the books on optics!

Nov 29 21:06

NM Public Schools Are Missing 12K Students and They Want Them Back. Is It All About the Money?

Thousands of students are missing from attendance records in NM public schools and the system wants them back. Is it altruistic? Is it about indoctrination? Or is it about the money?

Nov 29 07:21

Off-grid power and your survival plans

Modern society is highly addicted to electricity. As technology has increased, we have found more and more ways to use electricity, having it do more and more for us. Today, there is little that any of us do, either at home or in the workplace, which doesn’t involve the use of electricity.

Yet the electric grid that brings that electricity to our homes and places of business is the most fragile part of our infrastructure. As time goes on, it only becomes more fragile, with many power plants, transmission lines and sub-stations having already outlived their 50 year expected lifespan. While replacement of outdated equipment is a constantly ongoing process, it never seems to keep up with needs.

Nov 28 08:41

UT San Antonio Sorority Kicks Student Out over Pro-Trump TikTok

A University of Texas-San Antonio (UTSA) student was kicked out of her sorority over a pro-Trump TikTok post featuring a sign reading “All Lives Matter.” Sorority leadership at the school told the student that language suggesting “all lives matter” is “extremely hurtful” and “unsisterly.”

UTSA student Jaycie Barton, a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha (ZTA) sorority as well as president of the school’s Turning Point USA (TPUSA) chapter, posted a video supporting President Donald Trump to her TikTok account in August.

The video, an eight-second clip featuring demonstrators holding an American flag and signs reading “Trump 2020,” “All Lives Matter,” and “Back the Blue,” subsequently got the student kicked out of her sorority.

Nov 25 09:57

'Don't bore pupils with Shakespeare': Dame Helen Mirren says the Bard should not be taught in schools as it's best experienced for the first time at a theatre

She joined the Royal Shakespeare Company at the age of 20 and has played some of the Bard’s best-known characters.

But Helen Mirren says the playwright should not be taught at school and youngsters should instead see his works on stage.

The Oscar-winning actress, 75, said ‘droning through’ the plays in a classroom aged 11 or 12 could be off-putting.

Nov 25 09:16

GPS coordinates of strange Utah-based monolith leaked

The coordinates of a strange metallic monolith discovered by a Utah Department of Public Safety Division of Wildlife Resources helicopter flight crew last Wednesday have been leaked by an online sleuth and have been made available on Intellihub.com for your viewing pleasure.

The actual GPS coordinates are 38°20’35.07? N 109°39’58.21? W and will take you to the 9 to 10-foot tall monolith in the southwestern Utah desert.

Nov 23 14:13

University Of Hypocrisy: Elite U.S. Institutions Receive Billions From ‘Nations That Abuse Human Rights On A Massive Scale’

National Review released Monday an unsettling investigative report about American universities and funds they receive from foreign nations. “While governments of allies such as England, Germany, and Italy all donate directly to U.S. colleges,” writes National Review, “roughly one-third of declared foreign funds come from nations that abuse human rights on a massive scale.”

American universities; the most liberal places on earth, where outrage and freedom of expression with zero consequences are as free-flowing as the oxygen in the air, receive billions of dollars from the most oppressive countries in the world. All credibility touting equality and fighting for human rights is completely gone.

Nov 23 06:24

'First You Blame White People, Now You Blame Us!?' Asian Parents Revolt Over End of Meritocracy in California

Asian parents in California are furious their children's top-performing schools are being forced to scrap their merit-based admissions process in favor of a "diversity lotto" system.

Nov 21 06:38

Washington State School District Considers Asians Too Smart To Be Considered ‘Students Of Color’

The North Thurston Public School district in Washington State has evidently decided that Asians no longer qualify as ‘persons of color‘ because they inconveniently do not chronically under-perform academically the way Blacks and Hispanics do:

In their latest equity report, administrators at North Thurston Public Schools—which oversees some 16,000 students—lumped Asians in with whites and measured their academic achievements against “students of color,” a category that includes “Black, Latinx, Native American, Pacific Islander, and Multi-Racial Students” who have experienced “persistent opportunity gaps.”

Most indicators in the report show that the achievement gap between white/Asian students and “students of color” is fairly narrow and improving over time. It would probably be even narrower if Asian students were categorized as “students of color.”

Nov 19 06:01

After Viciously Anti-White Letter Circulated at Her Sons Upper West Side Private School - Comparing White Kids to "Killer Cops" - Megyn Kelly Pulls Kids Out for Good

Slowly, but surely, the tide shifts.

Stories like this have far more potency in unraveling the narrative than the most thoughtful prose crafted by the smartest polemicist on our side.

That’s just the way it is.

For when the ground shifts for good, a wealth of information previously unread by the masses will exist to guide humanity back to sanity.

Nov 17 07:35

Shock & Betrayal: New York Public School Bans Display Of Support For This Worthy Cause

Pelham Public Schools administrator Cheryl Champ wrote to employees telling them the banner was outlawed, claiming it "has increasingly been perceived by students to be threatening in nature", causing them to feel "unsafe".

The sweatshirt was created by the daughter of late Transit Police Detective George Caccavale, who was fatally shot in 1976. She sold the designs to raise funds for police foundations after a K-9 dog was named Vale in tribute to her deceased father.

Nov 13 07:21

Cornell English Department: Calling the English Dept. the English Dept. Is Racist

The term “English Department” might give students the idea that English literature was invented by the English, which would mean that some people’s ancestors accomplished things that other people’s ancestors did not, which cannot be true.

The term “Department of Literatures in English” demonstrates that African-American literature owes no debts to English literature. They just are literatures that happen to be in English. It’s not like African-American writers have been influenced by, say, the King James Bible.

Nov 04 01:04

California Set to Keep Ban On Affirmative Action

Californians appear to have strongly rejected a Democrat proposition to do away with the state's ban on affirmative action.

Nov 03 07:22

Yale Psychiatrist Argues That Trump is Worse Than Hitler

A Yale psychiatrist with a history of anti-Trump rhetoric tried to seriously argue on Twitter that Donald Trump is worse than Adolf Hitler, before deleting her tweet.

Bandy Xenobia Lee bills herself as an “Expert on global violence prevention,” yet she appears to seriously think that Trump poses a bigger threat than one of the worst dictators in human history.

Nov 03 06:37

The Racial-Justice War On Merit-Based Schools: It's an Injustice Against Excellence, Critics Say

At a virtual town hall in Brooklyn about how the pandemic will change admissions to high-performing selective schools, New York City officials got a lecture on systemic racism.

“Racism is foundational in all of our institutions, in our government, our economy, our health-care system, our legal system and our education system,” Ayanna Behin, president of a school district council, said at the June meeting. “It’s our recommendation that we prioritize the end of racial segregation in our schools.”

Nov 02 13:23

Tenured NYU Professor Under Fire for Mask Comments

By Janet Phelan

Mark Crispin Miller, who teaches a course on propaganda at New York University in the Media, Culture and Communication Department, has been notified that he is to undergo a review board hearing after one of his students called for his firing due to his comments about masks.

According to Professor Miller, the student, Julia Jackson, only joined Miller’s course when it was into its second week. Almost immediately, she began to object publicly to his statements about the utility (or lack thereof) of masks and began to call for his firing...

Nov 02 08:49

65% of College Students Say Rioting and Looting is ‘Justified,’ New Poll Finds

More rioting and looting broke out in American cities this week. This time, it was Philadelphia consumed by violence after a police shooting.

According to ABC News, at least 30 police officers have been injured in the violent unrest, while dozens of people have been arrested for rioting or vandalism. Mobs have descended on Walmart and rushed out carrying TVs, while other agitators ransacked Footlocker for new sneakers. The full number of businesses ravaged by the destruction is increasing and still being tallied.

Nov 02 08:08

Lobby trying to reshape California education to shield Israel

Israel lobby groups are once again attempting to manipulate public education in California in order to censor Palestinian and Arab scholarship, under the guise of fighting anti-Semitism.

The battle is being waged around the state’s ethnic studies curricula.

“We can’t underestimate our opposition and the coalescing of right-wing organizations coming together against ethnic studies,” Lara Kiswani of the Arab Resource and Organizing Center told The Electronic Intifada.

Hers is one of many groups organizing to fight back.

Pro-Israel groups are agitated over the state’s decision to reinstate Arab American Studies in the proposed ethnic studies model curriculum, after they pressured the California Department of Education to remove it altogether.

Nov 01 08:07

Teachers’ Union Seeks More Funding as Pre-Pandemic Nation’s Report Card Reveals More Student Failure

National teachers’ unions are campaigning for yet more public school funding as results of the assessment known as the Nation’s Report Card, administered in 2019 – prior to the pandemic – found already struggling students from disadvantaged backgrounds have declined further in both reading and math.

Results of the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), which tested grades 4, 8, and 12, showed that just about one in three U.S. 12th graders read proficiently and less than one in four are proficient in math.

Moreover, already struggling students, in the 25th percentile or lower – many of whom come from low-income families – declined even further in both reading and math, compared to four years ago.

Nov 01 07:18

Pa. mom upset after educator asks students to post underwear photos online

A strange school assignment has a Pittsburgh mother upset and she wants the person who assigned it fired.

Brianha Grant shared a screenshot of a homework assignment her second-grade daughter received this week, asking her to post a photo of her underwear or to describe her underwear online.

“I’m upset about it. I don’t want my daughter engaged in anything that has to do with uploading anything personal to the internet,” Grant said.

Grant immediately called the school, saying the principal apologized and told her a librarian posted the assignment after reading the kids a book for Halloween.

Oct 29 07:08

Tsunami Of Empty College Dorms Risks Student Housing Market Implosion

Fall enrollment has plunged, some colleges are shuttering operations, revenues across the entire higher education industry are collapsing, and the shift from physical to virtual education due to the virus pandemic could prick the next bubble: the student housing debt market.

Our warning about the coming implosion of the higher education industry (see here from 2014), as a whole, has become louder and louder over the last six-plus years as the student debt bubble has recently swelled to more than $1.6 trillion. Years ago, no one at the time, could've forecasted a virus pandemic would doom colleges and universities.

Credit rating agency Moody's recently downgraded the entire higher education sector to negative from stable, and the American Council on Education estimates colleges and universities will experience a $23 billion decline in revenues over the next academic year.

Oct 27 05:39

Another Unhinged Leftist Teacher Caught on Video Lecturing 13-Year-Old Student for 10 Minutes on Why Trump is Racist (VIDEO)

Another leftist teacher took time out to lecture a 13-year-old student for 10 minutes on why he should hate the president of the United States.

Unfortunately, for the teacher the student was recording the lecture and later posted it on the internet.

Now the leftist teacher is famous!

Surprise!

Oct 27 05:28

Student Newspaper Condemns Harvard Republicans For Endorsing Trump

The Harvard Crimson Editorial Board condemned the Harvard Republican Club in an editorial for endorsing President Donald Trump, drawing a contrast to the Republican club's position in 2016.

While noting that the group has "every right to endorse the candidate of their choosing," The Crimson's editorial board harshly criticized the group for endorsing the president for re-election after the "shameful debate showing" of September 29.

Oct 26 08:02

2020 ACT Scores: Asians Pulling Away, Same as on SAT

A few weeks ago, I wrote a Taki’s column entitled “Asian Supremacy” reporting on SAT college admission test score trends for high school seniors graduating in 2020. Now the rival ACT test (12 to 36 scale) has published its 2020 average scores, and trends are fairly similar: Asians are going up, up, up, while everybody else is in decline:

The recent declines aren’t as sharp as on the SAT, where the test was redone a couple of years ago, which messed up everybody except Asians. Plus the SAT has recently won a bunch of contracts from state legislatures to give their test to everybody in the public schools, a strategy pioneered by the ACT. So, while the number of students taking the SAT has gone up in the last few years, meaning the SAT is scraping the bottom of the barrel harder, the number of ACT test-takers has declined, I think in part because the SAT won some statewide contracts away from the ACT.

Oct 26 06:37

Big-Tech Overreach: Facebook Tells University What To Put In Their School Paper

The Wall Street Journal reports that Facebook's latest squabble is with the NYU Ad Observatory, a project started last month to collect information on the types of political ads Americans see on the site.

The project reportedly has more than 6,500 volunteers who use a uniquely designed browser extension to monitor the political ads that are being shown.

'Scraping tools, no matter how well-intentioned, are not a permissible means of collecting information from us,' read the letter from Allison Hendrix, Facebook's privacy policy official.

Oct 26 06:05

The Elephant In The Room: Florida School Revokes Parking Privileges Of Student With Trump Display On Truck

We recently discussed the case of a Louisiana high school senior who had his parking space mural to President Donald Trump painted over by his school.

Now a Florida senior has an equally troubling free speech case involving the Volusia County School District. Tyler Maxwell is suing the District after it barred him from parking his pickup truck with a large elephant in the back featuring Trump’s name.

Oct 26 06:04

Vermont Goes "Tone Deaf" On Free Speech: Principal Fired Over "All Lives Matter" Statement

We previously discussed the disturbing case of Vermont Principal Tiffany Riley who was suspended after she wrote on Facebook that she does not agree with the Black Lives Matter movement. Shortly after that posting, Mount Ascutney School Board held an emergency meeting to declare that it is “uniformly appalled” and that Riley was “tone deaf” for making such a statement.

In what should now be a major free speech case, the Board unanimously voted to fire Riley, citing her “denigrating, derogatory, or contrary to the movement for social equity for African Americans, including the Black Lives Matter movement.”

Oct 25 07:03

Recent College Grads Face Worst Employment Prospects In Decades Thanks To COVID-19

Just like their forebears (the millennials who graduated from college between 2008 and 2012) it appears Gen Z is facing a labor-market shock of serious magnitude, spurred by the coronavirus pandemic and its attendant impact on the American economy, swelling the unemployment rolls while also disrupting the typical pipeline of internships and entry-level gigs that usually help students find permanent entry-level jobs.

In a report published Friday morning, Bloomberg illustrated the difficulties faced by college graduates, and students in their early 2020s, who have just seen their job market plans go up in smoke. Data released yesterday showed the number of Americans filing for the first time for unemployment benefits fell to 787k (870k exp), the lowest point since lockdowns began.

Oct 25 06:04

THE EXISTENTIAL CRISIS FOR COLLEGES: $1.64 TRILLION IN STUDENT DEBT AND A PANDEMIC.

The fall season for those with teenagers exploring college options can be one filled with anxiety and uncertainty in more stable times. This is anything but a stable time. We have college tuition spiraling out of control for well over two decades while a pandemic forced students to learn online away from carefully manicured campuses. How do you decide on which college to attend if you are unable to visit the campus, explore the classes, or experience what has been so painstakingly packaged to embody the college going years? That is the question millions of families are grappling with in the middle of all the other questions the novel coronavirus has tossed at us. Colleges are having to face an existential challenge in what they truly believe in – do they want to educate our future or serve only as a finishing school for the affluent in our society?

Oct 24 08:06

The Existential Crisis for Colleges: $1.64 Trillion in Student Debt and a Pandemic.

The fall season for those with teenagers exploring college options can be one filled with anxiety and uncertainty in more stable times. This is anything but a stable time. We have college tuition spiraling out of control for well over two decades while a pandemic forced students to learn online away from carefully manicured campuses. How do you decide on which college to attend if you are unable to visit the campus, explore the classes, or experience what has been so painstakingly packaged to embody the college going years? That is the question millions of families are grappling with in the middle of all the other questions the novel coronavirus has tossed at us. Colleges are having to face an existential challenge in what they truly believe in – do they want to educate our future or serve only as a finishing school for the affluent in our society?

The Student Debt Crisis

Oct 23 00:08

German Neurologist Warns Against Wearing Facemasks: 'Oxygen Deprivation Causes Permanent Neurological Damage'

"The reinhalation of our exhaled air will without a doubt create oxygen deficiency and a flooding of carbon dioxide. We know that the human brain is very sensitive to oxygen deprivation. There are nerve cells for example in the hippocampus that can't be longer than 3 minutes without oxygen - they cannot survive.

Oct 21 07:33

Father Challenges University of Alabama for Mandating that His Daughter Watch a Crazy Jane Elliott Video on Racism

In late September we posted an article where young conservative and Trump supporter, C. J. Pearson, shared on Twitter a portion of a class he was mandated to endure at the University of Alabama.

Pearson shared the following:

I just listened to a mandatory lecture – sponsored by my University’s Student Government Association – in which the speaker, Jane Elliott, compared America to Nazi Germany, the President to Hitler, and called

@realDonaldTrump an “admitted racist and sexist”. I’m appalled.
What a disgrace from a great university!

Oct 21 07:02

The Disunited States of Oppression: Critical Race Theory Infiltrates K-12

Is there any clearer sign of how privileged a society is than the disproportionate amount of time that society spends guilting citizens over how privileged they are?

I’ll never forget the first time I encountered “critical race theory” and its overbearing adherents at my alma mater, Oberlin College, in the 1990s. Multicultural studies were all the rage. Higher education officials had torpedoed Western civilization curriculum requirements at prestigious universities nationwide. The ululations of the aggrieved reached a fever pitch as anti-white extremists demanded separate academic departments, dorms, graduation ceremonies and deans in the name of justice and equality.

Oct 20 07:12

Georgetown U. Hires Peter Strzok as Adjunct Professor

Georgetown University has hired fired FBI special agent Peter Strzok as an adjunct professor at the university’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, the school of international relations at Georgetown.

Disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok is listed as an undergraduate adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, according to the university’s website.

Moreover, Georgetown University is mentioned in the bio of Strzok’s Twitter account.

According to the school’s Coursicle page, Strzok will be teaching a “Counterintelligence & Nat’l Security” class in the fall 2020 semester, which is worth three credits toward an accredited university degree.

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