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Thank the Tribes, No, Literally

, Spencer Irvine

In one of the oddest moments at Vancouver’s 2015 Modern Language Association convention, a moderator thanked the local Native Canadian Indian tribes for hosting the convention. Moderator Penelope Kelsey, an associate professor of English at…

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Notorious Red Exploits King Legacy

, Cliff Kincaid

Janel Davis of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that a “noted scholar, author and veteran civil rights activist” by the name of Angela Davis will deliver the keynote address January 18 at Kennesaw State University’s annual…

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Community College is an Expensive Freebie

, Malcolm A. Kline

It’s one thing for conservative pundits to question the Obama Administration’s latest higher education subsidy. It’s quite another for a writer in The Atlantic to start asking inconvenient questions. “President Obama wants to provide free…

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Where Common Core Pays $$$

, Malcolm A. Kline

It’s interesting that the people who are usually in a fruitless search for Republican fat cats have failed to notice the actual ones for whom Common Core math actually does add up. On September 20,…

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Does Harvard Hate ObamaCare?

, Malcolm A. Kline

Harvard not only educated the president but has steadfastly supported him and even his more controversial policies, until now. “For years, Harvard’s experts on health economics and policy have advised presidents and Congress on how…

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Why Schools Cost So Much

, Ed Amatetti

It is time for the State of Maryland to make it a top priority to find ways to build schools more cost-effectively. At the current pace of enrollment, it is expected that more than 30…

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Time to End Federal Aid

, Malcolm A. Kline

Could the time to end federal aid to higher education have long passed? “The federal government has no constitutional authority to do anything with regard to higher education (or any level, for that matter),” George…

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