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America’s Education Disaster

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Here’s Walter Williams: The 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress report, also known as The Nation’s Report Card, shows that U.S. educational achievement, to put it nicely, leaves much to be desired. When it…

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Reviving a Constitutional Congress

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Republicans and conservatives are not happy with what they’ve seen from their Republican controlled U.S. House and U.S. Senate — and much of the reason is because Congress has relinquished much of its Constitutional…

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Stop Paying for College

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A terrific article by Andrew C. McCarthy — and I agree wholeheartedly: I have a proposal: Let’s turn the whole damn campus into a “space of healing.” Such “spaces,” we learn in Rich’s excellent column…

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Europe’s Loss

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Here is Jon N. Hall writing at American Thinker: Just over a century ago, the nations of Europe were the Masters of the Universe. Europe’s far-flung empires girded the globe. Europe had the biggest, the…

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The Law Teaches Virtue and Restrains Vice

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Here is James Arlandson writing at American Thinker: Several years ago, my city installed cameras at various intersections, and I got caught three times.  After paying the fines of $500.00 each, my driving “miraculously” improved….

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Get Out of My Class and Leave America

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Here’s Mike Adams writing back in August as school was starting: Author’s Note: The following column is comprised of excerpts taken from my first lectures on the first day of classes this semester at…

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Men Are Not Women

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Here is the title of a recent post by D.C. McAllister: “No, Houston Isn’t Jam-Packed With Bigots.” Here is the introductory sentence: “The New York Times has lost its mind about Houston’s decision to…

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Ludwig von Mises on Socialism

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Capitalism Magazine has just run another multi-part series which was, as last time, “serialized from Economic Policy: Thoughts for Today and Tomorrow, a book based on six lectures delivered in Buenos Aires in 1959…

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