Category: Education & Schools

July 15, 2011

Educating Illegal Border Jumpers

Filed under: Education & Schools,Immigration - 15 Jul 2011

The Associated Press article was: “Teachers in middle of debate over immigrant kids” dated 6 July 2011. Which begins: “When an award-winning journalist recently revealed he’s an illegal immigrant, two of the key players in his tale turned out to …

July 12, 2011

Improve Public Schools

Filed under: Education & Schools - 12 Jul 2011

School’s out. Summer’s here. Now, let’s think ahead to improving public schools.

The U.S. spends the most on public education yet performance continues to plummet compared to the rest of the world. Spending more money is not the …

June 25, 2011

Superman Knocks Liberal Myth Into The Stratosphere

Filed under: Education & Schools - 25 Jun 2011

Patriots, I am heart broken and extremely angry. TEA for Education, a non-profit, invited me to a viewing of the documentary, “Waiting For Superman”. Wow, talk about powerful. I realize many of you are familiar with this movie, but many …

June 23, 2011

Governor Christie: “Where I send my kids is none of your business.”

Filed under: Education & Schools - 23 Jun 2011

Friends, if it has been awhile since you had a Chris Christie-gasm, relax and enjoy the next minute and a half.  New Jersey’s governor, in response to being asked why he sends his children to private school.

Massachusetts: Anthony (“Sex-texter”) Weiner Would Have Survived There

You just have to read the article: “School Surveys 7th-Graders on Oral Sex” By Todd Starnes, to know how far down into the dregs of indecency the State of Massachusetts has fallen. The first paragraph is statement enough: “A middle …

June 18, 2011

Goshen College Declares War on National Anthem

Filed under: Education & Schools,In The News - 18 Jun 2011

Officials at Goshen College, a Mennonite college in Indiana, have banned the use of the Star-Spangled Banner during sporting events. The reason school officials gave for the ban was that America’s National Anthem was deemed too violent. Specifically, according to …

June 15, 2011

Food Fascism Lays Groundwork For Additional Control

Wonder what the food fascists advocating dietary asceticism scarfed down as children. As anyone that has sat through an evangelistic missionary testimonial knows, those griping the loudest about your errant ways are usually the ones that could make a sailor …

June 3, 2011

Tying One On: “Green ribbon schools” defy sobriety

Our federal Department of Education has got a lot to worry about, if it chooses to do so. American students now rank only 48th in math and science, according to the latest survey by the World Economic Forum. History textbooks …

May 20, 2011

The American Flag Is “Offensive” in Schools Now

Filed under: Education & Schools,What The F@#K?!? - 20 May 2011

Increasingly, it seems that the American flag is joining toy guns and dodgeball on the banned-from-school list.  And the latest story on this front involves The Butterfield Elementary in Orange, Massachusetts, where a teacher told an 11-year-old boy that he …

May 16, 2011

Educational Buffoonery

Filed under: Education & Schools,Featured Conservative - 16 May 2011

The virus plaguing our public schools have excelled to epidemic proportions. Every year our children are subjected to the spread of this contagious disease throughout our educational environment reducing the art of learning into total oblivion. It’s the same old …

May 2, 2011

Totalitarianism For Tots: School lunches are just a start

Filed under: Education & Schools,Featured Conservative - 02 May 2011

The prohibition on bagged lunches at Chicago’s Little Village Academy elementary school was not the result of Michelle Obama’s culinary reign of terror, as was widely assumed when it was first reported by the Chicago Tribune. In reality, the ban …

April 16, 2011

Liberalism, Black America’s Greatest Enemy

I recently had another cherished chat over the phone with my 84 year old black dad. He lives in Maryland. I live in Florida. Dad, sharp as ever, still pastors four churches. He also volunteers a few days a week …

April 15, 2011

Inside the biggest GAO scandal you never heard about

If there is a code for lying, then Rule No. 1 ought to be to make the lie believable. Not adhering to that first rule exposed a fraud perpetrated by the Government Accountability Office and helped uncover suspicious activity at …

April 4, 2011

Prosser vs. Kloppenburg: Wisconsin Supreme Court battle royale

They don’t get much bigger.  On April 5 – this Tuesday – Wisconsinites will go to the polls to determine the balance of the State Supreme Court and, ultimately, the fate of the Wisconsin taxpayer.  Currently, the court breaks 4-3, …

Selling Career Colleges Short

Filed under: Education & Schools,Politics In General - 04 Apr 2011

Seemingly, there is no end to what once started as a relatively straight-forward story. The U.S. Department of Education embarked on an effort to impose new regulations that would severely restrict access to various federal loans and grant programs …

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