Mind-Reading, Canadian Hate Speech Criminals Protest Ann Coulter Hate Speech Before She Speaks It, and Threaten Injury and Mayhem
Canadians are so polite it’s just amazing. For example, the other day Ann Coulter received a letter from a mind-reading provost at the University of Ottawa warning her to watch her mouth or she might be arrested and thrown in the hoosegow. The interesting part went like this. Canadian law puts reasonable limits on the freedom of expression. For example, promoting hatred against any identifiable | Read More »
Illegal Immigration has Consequences
K. Gonzalez, the student of unknown (by me) gender who worked so hard to get into Berkeley, to pay for one semester, and wrote this about the experience, sounds like a wonderful person, with one exception: The part that breaks immigration law. But the editorial drone who wrote the headline needs to be slapped silly. A College Dream Ends Too Soon I worked hard to | Read More »
Calling all Educators: Can the Science of Economic Success be Taught?
This naive* article at WaPo and Megan McArdle’s response have prompted a thought, as to what it would take for even impoverished hard-cases to get themselves out of poverty. For that is the true story of America, the rags to riches story. It’s the story of an orphaned boy who is so poor his shoes have holes in the soles, who starts by selling newspapers | Read More »
Bill Ayers joins the high Q score reprobates at HuffPo
Bill Ayers, Obama buddy and neighbor, likely Obama ghostwriter, co-founder of and bomb-maker for the terrorist Weatherman/Weathermen/Weather Underground and author of the charming (not!) revolutionary communist manifesto Prairie Fire, is writing again. He’s at Huffington Post with the rest of the high Q score reprobates, natcherly. In his first blog at HuffPo, Ayers talks about Obama and education reform. Most of the education reform portion | Read More »