Evidence that College Professors are not biased!
Read this and tell me if you still believe college professors are biased. Donations to the two campaigns breakdown like this. At the University of Washington, a survey was conducted about which campaign professors donated. Obama-594, McCain-9. Ain’t diversity great!
Another video that should have gotten out earlier
This teacher in North Carolina is a great example of how the O-bots view themselves as being open-minded even while trying to insult a little kid who has parents serving in the military. Ignore the first 15 secs or so – this must be from some Scandinavian (Danish?) station. Be sure to listen to her comments in the final minute to the camera outside the | Read More »
Another Idiot Teacher Alert: Vampire Drawing Gets Kid Called ‘Gang Member’
But Why Does The AP Report Ignore Key Part of Story? Remember when you were a young school kid and you drew a vampire during the week of Halloween? Remember how the blood was always dripping down from his menacing, pearly white teeth? Remember how it was all in good Halloween fun? Well, you can just forget THAT mister, at least if you are a | Read More »
Who would you hire for your ideal university?
Whether we win or lose the election this coming Tuesday, it has become very clear that we have a lot of work to do in this country to restore an understanding and appreciation of conservative principles in the population at large. I hope to write further on this after the election. In the meantime, I’d like to engage in a little thought exercise with you. | Read More »
Because the media will not tell the truth
Dear Friends, The following articles were compiled because these topics are not being honestly discussed in the mainstream media.We do not need the media to dictate what and how we should think. Please consider emailing these articles as a grassrootsmeans of presenting arguments to counter the lack of integrity in the mainstream media. If everyone would email 10 friends the exponential results would be amazing, | Read More »
Wave of First Time Voters Just a Trickle?
When George McGovern ran for president against Richard Nixon in 1972 the conventional wisdom before the polls opened was that the vaunted first-time voters among the youth of America were going to propel McGovern to victory. It was the first time that those under 21-years-old could vote and many imagined that young people in amazing numbers would turn out for the Democrats. The conventional wisdom | Read More »
U. of OK Decertifies Teacher Over His Global Warming Skepticism?
A popular professor of environmental geology seems to be under attack by the University of Oklahoma because of his skepticism over global warming this month. In October Dr. David Deming, a teacher for the U of OK for over a decade, was informed that his “general education” certification was being revoked for his class. This will result in many students passing over his class when | Read More »
An Obama Lexicon
We have seen in the last two years that Senator Obama has obscured a lot of his beliefs in the interest of getting elected. When he speaks about not punishing successful people in this country, he has a lot of “ummm’s” and “uhh’s”. Yet he is a very eloquent speaker, and in the small amount of speeches he has made in the past which have | Read More »
MICHELLE’S BOOT CAMPS FOR RADICALS
Omama was a founding member of the board of Public Allies in 1992, resigning before his wife became executive director of the Chicago chapter of Public Allies in 1993. On Obama’s web site he calls it “Universal Voluntary Public Service. Note: Obama spoke today on tv (I saw it on FOX) in a speach that in order for our young people earn a college education | Read More »
Teaching Children About Socialism The Easy Way…And Adults!
For those of you with children in school – of any age – who might be wondering what all this “socialism” and “redistribution” talk is about, I offer my handy-dandy method from my classroom. I say: Imagine that I take all the grades from the last quiz, add them up, and average them out to a grade of C -. Since it is not fair | Read More »
The State of Education
My son is a seventh grader. There are approximately 800 children in his class. In his Social Studies class, they have a discussion period at the beginning of each class and discuss current events. Yesterday, the teacher mentioned ‘Joe the plumber’. He asked the class if anyone knew who he was. My son was the only student who knew the answer, and went on to | Read More »
“Hit A Jew Day” At Suburban St. Louis Middle School
“Hit A Jew Day” – Linked story at CBS News Website I’m kind of at a loss here. Yes, I’m Jewish by heritage. Did the whole Bar-Mitzvah thing, married and then divorced through the religion and I certainly believe in a just and almighty God. But when I see something like this, tears are what comes first, then outrage and deep anger. Also, there is | Read More »
Cornell Staffer/Dean Oppress Student’s Free Speech
More on Our Failed System of Education Students that belong to a pro-life campus group called Cornell Coalition for Life (CCFL) spent weeks and hundreds of dollars organizing a pro-life display to be featured on the Cornell University Engineering Campus in Ithaca, New York. This was no guerilla campaign, either, because the CCFL applied for and received permission for its display. Yet, scarcely an hour | Read More »
***Updated*** AP-Yahoo poll is biased in seven “distinctly invalid ways relative to known demographics”
In DJ Drummond’s blog discussing the latest AP-Yahoo poll, he stated that the poll was “biased in six distinctly invalid ways relative to known demographics”. So I decided to look for myself and I found 7 worth noting. And I compared his “known demographics with census information. These are the results from Knowledge Networks who conducted the poll, matched with DJ Drummond’s analysis. I made | Read More »
Education Policy And The Third Presidential Debate
I was going to write up something defending school choice from the attacks leveled against it by Barack Obama last night, but I see that Andrew Coulson and Neal McCluskey have dealt with school choice and education policy issues at length in posts today. So I am glad to refer you to them. As both Coulson and McCluskey note, while school choice is excellent and | Read More »