Political/Government Corruption

American Education: a Lesson in Incoherence

American Education: a Lesson in Incoherence

By John Biver

Next up, Sierra Rayne: In a recent American Thinker article, Thomas Lifson made the astute observation that the American higher education system has “got[ten] fat, lazy, inward-focused, and expensive during its decades of monopoly…

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America’s Educational Madness

By John Biver

And speaking of madness, Robert Weissberg at American Thinker discusses the insanity of mis-directed education spending in the U.S.: Imagine you were the CEO of something called “American K-12 Public Schools” and it was…

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One Teacher’s Arrogant Admissions

By The Editor

From Laurie Higgins: Following my recent piece about “progressive” teachers who exploit their publicly subsidized positions in government schools to advance their personal moral and political beliefs about the nature and morality of homosexuality…

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The Government Scandal (You Haven’t Heard Of)

The Government Scandal (You Haven’t Heard Of)

By John Biver

From Clint Bolick at the Hoover Institute: The union officials who negotiate lavish contracts for government workers are paid with your taxpayer dollars. By now it is well-known that public employee contracts with generous…

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Ethical Lapses on Wall Street

Ethical Lapses on Wall Street

By John Biver

What? No! Speaking of which — if you have ever wondered why most of the political contributions from Wall Street go to the Democrats here’s part of the explanation: they share the same value…

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