Posts Tagged: Education

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To the Graduating Class of 2015 – Try this One Weird Trick if You Don’t Want a Job (Guest Post)

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Recent graduate, Welcome to what you can think of as “Freshman year of real life”. Whether you’ve been fortunate enough to land a job related to what you were studying or if you’ve among the many wandering and wondering what to do next, I’m here to help you. For the moment we’re going to ignore… Read more »

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A Few Observations on Education in the United States (Guest Post)

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  This post is a series of a few short takes on education. It just happened that a few stories hit on the same day, and they each warranted a few words. The story on the new college planned in California has me particularly excited! Without further ado… Jon Gabriel writes over at Ricochet.com on… Read more »

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Of Higher Education and Cushy Lives (Guest Post)

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Ann Coulter, one of my favorite all-time conservatives (and easy on the eyes as well), wrote a very interesting article on January 28th. As usual, its excellent. She discusses the high cost of higher education and why university presidents should be hauled before Congress to explain/justify “their cushy lives”, and how the GOP could benefit…. Read more »

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There’s Much More To “Free Tuition” Than Obama Wants You To Know About (Guest Post)

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Dear Leader Barack Hussein Obama has been on an education kick of late. On January 20, 2015, he proposed in his State of the Union speech “free tuition” to Community Colleges for anyone. To make sure that community college is accessible for everybody, put simply, what I’d like to do is to see the first… Read more »

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School Children Teach The Obamas A Powerful Lesson

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Every school-age child in America is getting a serious dose of what it means to be governed by arrogance. Our school-age children are getting a taste of what an Administration, weaned on hateful communist dicta of Ayers and Alinsky, can ignorantly impose on the population when it has been given the power to do so…. Read more »

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Could Obamacare be the Coup de grâce for Battered Liberal Syndrome?

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Years ago I was talking to an uncle who happens to be a martial arts expert. He told me a story about being in a bar when a man started beating the heck out of his girlfriend. My uncle being my uncle, he intervened and separated the two. As he’s standing there confronting the abuser,… Read more »

Obama seeks race-based school discipline policies. That's what got Trayvon Martin killed

Obama seeks race-based school discipline policies. That’s what got Trayvon Martin killed

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The scene: Two school kids aged 12, one white, one black, beat a Hispanic child in a school classroom. The white child is suspended. The black child is absolved of responsibility. Welcome to Obama’s New World of Race Based Discipline and Punishment Quotas Barack Obama’s “African American Education Initiative” creates a new Federal bureaucracy. One… Read more »

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Open Letter To All 18 Year Olds

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Congratulations on your arrival to the voter list, and congratulations to all who are graduating.  Some of you are heading into colleges and universities.  Some of you are hitting the streets to knock on doors in search of jobs.  Some of you already have hit those streets and have been successful, while others have  discovered… Read more »

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Parenting Chicken Hawks? [Reader Post]

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The conservasphere has been having a field day with this one. In case you haven’t seen it yet, MSNBC has a new “Lean Forward” ad campaign featuring on-air personality Melissa Harris-Perry weighing in on public education, and how it relates to children and their families: “We have never invested as much in public education as we… Read more »

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Thought Crimes And Pastry Guns [Reader Post]

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Recently, a school in the once great state of Maryland offered counseling to students “troubled” by a classmate eating pastry into the shape of a gun. You might think his offense was kind of silly, but the school considered the seven year old students triggering action a “Level 3” violation of the following code: “Any… Read more »