Politics

Doublethink v. SCOTUS

Last Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court decided by a 6-2 margin that the 2006 Michigan voter-...

Politics

The War on Discipline

Since the 1960s we have spent trillions to uplift the bottom. All nostrums, whether libera...

Politics

Teachers R Dum

My daughter recently received a Post-it note on her homework that read, “Your [sic] ...

Education

No Child Allowed Ahead

In my last column I fulminated about the calamitous effects of the feminization of the sch...

Politics

Helsinki Cathedral and monument to Alexander II, Finland

PISA, Piece by Piece

With the release of new PISA test scores for 65 countries’ 15-year-olds this week, i...

Education

Notes on the Pussification of America

It is time to get women out of the schooling of boys. It is way past time. Women in our fe...

Education

The Death of Elitist Sports

Where would college football be if games were played only every other year and coaches wer...

Education

Let’s Not Let Boys Be Boys

As Michael Moore so aptly pointed out in Bowling for Columbine, the root of the American d...

Politics

The Long Stomp Through the Institutions

Why is it that those who pride themselves on slaughtering sacred cows always seem to have ...

Education

Ban Schools, Not Guns

I blame the Burning Schoolhouse. Canadians are perversely proud that our most popular bac...

Education

The Care and Breeding of Docile Students

The American people have increasingly become docile and reliant on government largess. I s...

Education

Institutions of Higher Emoting

Recently I commented on a blunder by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett, who suddenly wimpe...

Education

Che Guevara

Che it Isn”€™t So!

I started blogging in 2000. Two years earlier, Matt Drudge had blown the whistle (as it we...

Politics

How Black Studies Avoids Studying Blacks

Another day, another person fired from a prestigious writing gig for perceived racism. T...