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Category: Education

Why Are High School Students in Newton, Massachusetts Being Given Saudi Education?

This new edition of The Glazov Gang features Dr. Charles Jacobs, President of Americans for Peace and Tolerance, and Ilya Feoktistov, Executive Director of Americans for Peace and Tolerance....

Prager University: What’s Wrong with Government Healthcare?

Bernie Sanders, Ocasio-what’s-her-name, Mayor Gillum (in FL) all seem to think that government-run healthcare (so-called, single-payer) is simply the best idea since homemade syrup. Well, very...

Civics, Youth Engagement, and School Discipline

When I opened my computer I found myself looking at an article from CBS This Morning about a “conversation” with Sonia Sotomayor and Neil Gorsuch on the teaching of civics (or the lack thereof)...

Morale at the Department of Education

The U.S. Department of Education has been active in the news since President Trump’s administration assumed the reigns in 2017. Since that time, the department has taken steps to loosen the...

Prager University: Who Needs Feminism?

Andrew Klavan provides serious clarity regarding the difference between the reality of the male-female relationship within Western Civilization and how that reality has been distorted by the...

Remembering American Strength

A full hundred years ago in 1918, the United States of America fought the single bloodiest battle in its history. 20,000 American soldiers died, tens of thousands more were wounded, and more...

Prager University: What is Net Neutrality?

There have been volumes written about the need for or the fear of “Net Neutrality.” Why? Well, that depends on who you ask. From the viewpoint of those who currently control the traffic on the...

Prager University: Who is Karl Marx?

Over the past 100 years or so, many have argued that Karl Marx was a genius philosopher who was eons ahead of his time. Interestingly, Marx live nearly his entire life within England and never...

Castro’s Torture of American POWs in Vietnam

From Jamie Glazov: Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, our nation, led by our president, solemnly marked National POW/MIA Recognition Day, during which we honored all American prisoners of war and expressed...

Can Technology Resolve Concerns about Classroom Evaluations?

EdWeek’s newsletter carried an article last week that set off the bells and whistles within me because the subject was one that I have contemplated for several years. During that time I have had...

Prager University: Left or Liberal?

Years ago, Franklin ano Roosevelt was considered a leading liberal of our country. But he was strongly nationalistic and believed in the best of American values. Some might argue that many of his...

Prager University: What is Hezbollah?

Since the overthrow of the Shah of Iran in 1979, the so-called “Islamic Revolution” has worked diligently to expand its tentacles beyond the boundaries of Iran through a proxy group known as...

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...