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‘Demon’ of Gender Theory

, Paul Kengor

Editor’s note: A shorter version of this article first appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. This post can also be read at Vision and Values’ website. Pope Francis has returned to Rome after a historic trip…

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Civics, but for Grown-Ups

, Malcolm A. Kline

Some professors are more rooted in reality than others. Unfortunately, they tend to be retired. “President Lincoln called on every mother to whisper words of liberty to every listening babe,” William B. Allen, a professor…

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Planned Parenthood’s Campus Empire

, Mary Grabar

The original post appeared on the website Dissident Prof. Posted October 2, 2015, by Mary Grabar: As reported last week, Planned Parenthood’s lobbying efforts against the vote to deny them federal funds was assisted by…

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History Lesson on the Death Penalty

, Cliff Kincaid

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia notes that support for the death penalty has been part of Christian and Catholic tradition in the Old and New Testaments. What’s more, it was morally accepted when the U.S….

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The Cost of Common Core

, Malcolm A. Kline

It may not work terribly well but Common Core sure is expensive. “The treatment of textbooks as mountains of words is one of the signature elements of Common Core,” Peter Wood of the National Association…

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A World Without SATs

, Malcolm A. Kline

Last year, Hampshire College became the first institution of higher learning in the country to categorically reject using SATs as an admissions requirement. The college’s president, Jonathan Last, waxed rhapsodic about the results of the…

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The Real Nativists

, Christopher Manion

The original piece was published by FGF Books on their website. FRONT ROYAL, VA — Some 30 years ago, Mrs. Alice du Pont Mills invited me to visit her in her expansive Virginia horse farm…

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Academia’s Binder Full of Women

, Malcolm A. Kline

In the last presidential election, the Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, received much derision when he announced in a debate that as governor of Massachusetts, his team assembled “a binderful of women” as the top applicants…

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