Category: Academia, Media & Hollywood

July 25, 2013

Can Learning the Truth Unlearn the Lie?

I have witnessed a teacher of Political Science in America require a class to watch Fahrenheit 911 by Michael Moore then write an essay outlining how many ways President Bush lied to trick America into invading Iraq. If you don’t …

July 20, 2013

Jared Marcum

Some schools assign students to read classic novels such as George Orwell’s “1984.”

At West Virginia’s Logan Middle School, officials appear to rely on 1984 as the way to run a school. They’ve adopted Newspeak in which only government-approved thought …

July 9, 2013

Illusions: Desperate Students, Peace in the Holy Land and a Balanced Budget

Too frequently, in my role as a University Professor, I encounter the following situation. Three quarters of the way through a semester, a student in a class that I am teaching shows up at my office. The student has done …

July 8, 2013

Competition is rapidly changing college

Is the traditional college doomed? More and more people think so. Massively open online courses (MOOCs) are threatening to shake up higher education by bringing primarily non-credit courses from college professors to the world at no cost. The California state …

July 6, 2013

ESPN’s Random Act of Feminism?

It’s really hard to know today where the stupidity ends and the propaganda begins. MSNBC recently made news by labeling infamous segregationist George Wallace a Republican during a recent television broadcast. Now ESPN has followed suit, with a random act …

July 2, 2013

What If They Held a Primary and Nobody Came?

The Washington Post finally got its primary and in typical leftist fashion, they approved of the candidate selection method that was both inefficient and cost taxpayers the most. Earlier this year the Posties criticized Republicans for using the convention method …

June 27, 2013

The Schools’ Sinister War on Guns

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,What The F@#K?!? - 27 Jun 2013

Call it living in Upside-down Land or the realization of the Bible’s prediction of a time when bad will be called good and good, bad, but once again innocent schoolchildren have been persecuted for, well, just being children. This time …

June 19, 2013

John Piper Tweets – No Apology Necessary

After Oklahoma was blasted with tornadoes that took lives and left about 12,000 homes leveled evangelical minister John Piper tweeted a message from a passage in Job.

“And, behold, there came a great wind from the wilderness, and smote the …

June 11, 2013

Agenda 21 Part 2 and the Support of the NY Times

This week the editorial board demanded that Obama should live up to his SOTU speech and part the seas and stop global warming. I was planning on writing this week about Agenda 21 and its 1992 proposals for storm water. …

June 2, 2013

Blueprints For Bias: Media style guides censor the truth

The Associated Press has now prohibited the use of the word “Islamist” when referring to Islamic terrorists. This is the latest in a long line of changes to media style guides, through which news outlets openly announce to their …

May 13, 2013

Tasteless Cartoon

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,In The News - 13 May 2013

Look at this cartoon that appeared in the Sacramento Bee newspaper.

Boston Mayor Tom Menino says “Business is booming in Boston.” In the next panel — an explosion.

This cartoon is in bad taste and inappropriate. Three people died and more than …

May 7, 2013

Academic Freedom, Civility, and the Name of Jesus

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,Religion & Faith - 07 May 2013

By Dr. Gary L. Welton

Recently, a self-proclaimed Christian instructor at Florida Atlantic University asked his students to write “Jesus” on a piece of paper and step on it. The exercise was from a textbook manual and was designed to …

April 26, 2013

“School choice” threatens ideological hegemony

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 26 Apr 2013

Recently a 15 year-old attending school within the Appleton, Wisconsin School District, made both local and national news for alleging that he faced harassment from a teacher for his outspoken political views, which included support for Governor Scott Walker.

If …

Leno: Like a Cat will always End up on His Feet!

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 26 Apr 2013

There is little doubt that Jay Leno is the best of the late night talk show hosts. The ratings tell me so. It was difficult to understand or comprehend why in the world NBC would want to screw up the …

April 25, 2013

Campus Intolerance

More than 400 student groups are officially recognized by Johns Hopkins University. They include Amnesty International, College Democrats and [College] Republicans, Diverse Sexuality and Gender Alliance, Hopkins Feminists, the Muslim Association and even a Quidditch team from Harry Potter fame.

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