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America’s Progressive and Liberal Overlords

, David Corbin and Matthew Parks

In what might have appeared to be a minor political event a few weeks back, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) called congressman Tom Marino (R-PA) “insignificant” and “inconsequential” in a debate on the House floor. Why would the…

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California Sex Ed Gone Mad

, Tony Perkins

What’s the difference between a Playboy magazine and Fremont Unified School District’s sex-ed curriculum? The curriculum is free! The 9th grade textbook, which teachers unanimously approved, has been the center of a nationwide debate over the schools’ role…

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Israeli War Academic Front

, Malcolm A. Kline

A professor actually lost out on an academic job due to his anti-Israeli musings. Beware, the following tweet is NSFW (or “not safe for work”) due to profanity. “This month, my campus, the University of…

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Bible and Prayer in Schools

, Jace Gregory

Imagine an ancient record—by far the most published book in humanity—quoted by Shakespeare (1,200 times) and Abraham Lincoln—a book that has inspired political movements and religious reformations and has literally changed the world time and…

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Small (r)epublicans’ Ruling Class

, David Corbin and Matthew Parks

For years, we’ve read a lot of stories about “anti-establishment” Republicans “attacking” their “mainstream” opponents. But the mainstream media narrative rarely runs in the opposite direction. The coordinated ruling class surge against constitutional conservatives who…

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Academic Bias Widely Acknowledged

, Jace Gregory

Dissident conservatives have long bemoaned the prevalence of academic bias against them. The bias, indeed, has become so prevalent that liberal politicians are starting to notice. “Liberals, especially in universities, profess ‘diversity’ and ‘tolerance’,” Grove…

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Dept. of Ed Goes Global

, Spencer Irvine

The U.S. Department of Education’s report, “Succeeding Globally Through International Education and Engagement” tries to show how American students will gain more international experience. The report features six quotes by the department secretary Arne Duncan,…

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Why Foreign Aid Hurts the Poor

, Spencer Irvine

In his newest book, “The Tyranny of Experts,” William Easterly, a former World Bank economist who now teaches at NYU, attacks the top-down economic model that aid organizations and bureaucracies have pushed for decades. He…

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