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Category: Education

Human Trafficking Vs. Migrant Smuggling: Exploring the Differences

Although human trafficking and migrant smuggling are both crimes, they are different from each other. The key difference is that individuals who are human trafficked are victims of a crime. In...

Don’t Co-Opt My Child for Climate Change Propaganda

It goes without saying that we live in a highly divisive climate (no pun intended). It’s becoming more and more difficult to distinguish what is the right way to view and issue and the wrong way...

Virginia Deserves Better Than Northam, Fairfax and Herring: A History by Dr. Fred Eichelman

Virginia has a long history in being first in a number of things, however there is something we wish we were not first. We have three Democrats in the top government positions in the state,...

Brannon Howse: The Marxist Revolution in the USA

This new Glazov Gang edition features the Brannon Howse Moment with Brannon Howse, the producer of the movie, “Sabotage.” [Visit SabotagetheMovie.com.] Brannon unveils The Marxist Revolution in...

WW1: The War That Changed Everything

Talk about a convoluted picking sides on the school yard, the crooked path to WW1 reads like something out of a childhood diary of bickering children. Austria-Hungary battles Serbia, Serbia drags...

Stuart Kaufman: The Trouble of Tenure

For years we have seen innumerable articles, news stories, columns, blogs and opinion pieces expounding upon the problems in the American educational system and how these problems should be...

A Different View of “Common Core” and Its Offspring

I spent much of the time between 2010 and 2014 digging deep into the origins and purposes of the so-called Common Core Stare Standards (CCSS) and found that there is more disinformation and fear...

Indoctrination: Mind Control and Public Schools

A letter to the editor in a Parkersburg, WV, newspaper questioned the objectivity of a local middle school. So they invited an outside entity to provide an eighth-grade student assembly with a...

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...