Gun Control may or may not have prevented the shooting in Florida but the FBI could have.
Monthly Archives For February 2018
The tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida would have been even worse were it not for a pair of JROTC students.
Ironically, what set her off was not BLM, the Black Panthers or even Kwanzaa but the Harlem Renaissance.
And more reminiscent of The Wizard of Oz than the three Rs or even John Dewey.
Can it be that the Resistance, at least on the academic side, is realizing that President Trump may serve at least one full term?
A veteran professor who has taught in them claims they are.
At the University of Wisconsin-Stout, a new graduation course requirement on global perspectives said that students must understand “social differences” to graduate.
Duke University historian Nancy MacLean, not content to do slap and tickle histories, has gone on to trivialize a malady that afflicts millions.
The state of North Carolina spends up to $17 million at its universities per year for diversity efforts, but a study did not recommend slashing this part of the budget.
This year, for the first time in my memory, Valentine’s Day occurs on Ash Wednesday. In a way, it is appropo, because all of the saints who bear the name Valentine made the ultimate sacrifice.