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Category: Education

So Now They’re Telling Us FORGET (the Truth About) the Alamo

The level of absurdity we see in everyday American life is constantly reaching new heights. At times I find myself wondering if I’m not the victim of some elaborate prank. Think about it. It...

State Schools vs. Federal Money

Politico’s Morning Education newsletter carried an interesting entry this morning. It seems that many on the left are up in arms about the position taken by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos...

Belle Boyd: A Rebel Above The Mold

It has been fifty years since I first studied about this unusual Confederate spy and one hundred eighteen years since her death. I say unusual as hers is not a pro South, pro slavery story, in...

Why It Was Important That America Was First to Go To the Moon

Just when it seemed that disrespect for the American flag couldn’t sink any lower, someone found a way…and in the process reinterpreted American history at the expense of a genuine American hero....

Politicians Should Protect Our Constitution (Not Bring Home the Bacon)

Whenever we want to examine what is going wrong with our country, the logical place to start is with the constitution, the writings of the country’s founders, and history itself. In examining the...

Prager University: What Was the Cold War?

PragerU takes us back a generation or two to the days following World War II and suggests that while the two major players in the post-WWII world – the United States and the Soviet Union – did...

Fast Food Is Now A Sign of “Privilege” (Seriously?!)

Lately, I am almost afraid to open a newsletter email or scan the headlines of any online news feed for fear that I will find out that the lunatics have completely taken over the asylum known as...

The Left’s Version of Education: Straight from the Horse’s Mouth

As is predictably true, EdWeek Newsletter provided a truly remarkable Editorial this week that illustrates what teachers and education elites frequently if not always deny – the inordinate amount...

Sugar Daddy Sanders and the Seduction of Socialism

Dr. Sarah Condors explores the disturbing ways Bernie Sanders has managed to make socialism acceptable in America today.

Dr. Fred Eichelman: My Contribution to the War On Poverty

Some may ask how did a nice conservative like you ever get involved helping run a multi million dollar federal program? It wasn’t easy. During my decades in the field of education there was a...

Socialism: Are We There Yet?

Socialism is the State-Party ownership and management of the means of production and redistribution of the product. Obviously, those who are doing the redistributing… well, we have all seen Tom...

The Ugly Truth About Socialism (From Someone Who Escaped It)

What truly amazes me is how many apparently educated and seemingly smart (not the same thing) people are mesmerized by the vison of socialism, which they imagine is about “free stuff” for...

Today’s Democratic Socialism (or How a Bus Driver Can Steer a Country)

Venezuela’s capital Caracas, today: soldiers in black helmets, military fatigues and bulletproof jackets; a fleet of 400 police-soldier motorcycles sweeps through narrow, crumbling, streets...

Is Capitalism Compatible with Socialism?

Is capitalism compatible with socialism? Former Czech Dr. Sarah Condor understands firsthand and discusses.

Socialism in America

Most of what has been written on this topic concerns the United States after the foundation of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in 1897 by a group of Marxist journalists and trade union...

What is Socialism (Really) About? A Former Czech Answers.

Dr. Sarah Condor grew up in communist Czechoslovakia so she understands firsthand the dark underbelly of socialism.

Prager University: The Three-fifths Rule: Racist or Just Smart?

How many times have you hears someone use something called the three-fifths rule contained in the Constitution to suggest that the founders were racist bigots? Frequently, I’d guess. How many...

Prager University: The Amazing Life of Ulysses S. Grant

It is not unusual for anyone discussing President Grant to bring up the fact that in his military years he was a drunkard who resigned to avoid court martial. That is true, to be sure, but it is...
Posted On July 24, 2018