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Higher Education…They Call That Teaching?

Lee Duigon, Preparing the kiddies for their higher education at Crayola University, the United Educators of San Francisco—you already know what’s coming, don’t you?—resolved last week not to tell their students that Donald Trump won the presidential election. Instead, they’ll kind of let on that Hillary Clinton really won. They also plan to encourage the

The Most Under-Represented Groups In Law Teaching Are Whites, Christians, Republicans, Males

James Lindgren (Northwestern), Measuring Diversity: Law Faculties in 1997 and 2013, 39 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 89 (2016): This article is the first careful look at the demographic makeup of law faculties compared to the larger pools of lawyers and the general public. It examines which racial, gender, religious, and political groups were the

SPLC Labels Two œConstitution Teaching Candidates Extremists

Govt Slaves  (Pamela Wood)  Michael Anthony Peroutka and David Whitney, who are vying for the same seat on the Anne Arundel County Council, are members of the League of the South, an organization whose stated goal is the secession of Southern states. Peroutka also believes elected officials should return to a “Biblical worldview” of the

Obama’s Economic Policies Same As Those Of His Communist Mentor

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A new book being released this week chronicles Barack Obama’s early days in Hawaii when he was mentored by Frank Marshall Davis, a card carrying communist. Dr. Paul Kengor’s book, The Communist, has the subtitle of Frank Marshall Davis: The Untold Story of Barack Obama’s Mentor.  The book details Kengor’s research and interviews with those