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The Battle for California is the Battle for America

The Battle for California is the Battle for America

    By Edward Ring By now, this is a familiar story. California is a failed state. Thanks to years of progressive mismanagement and neglect, the cities are lawless and the forests are burning. Residents pay the highest prices in America for unreliable electricity. Water is rationed. Homes are unaffordable. The public schools are a joke. […]

Public Education is Changing Forever

Public Education is Changing Forever

    By Edward Ring The COVID pandemic has closed public schools for over two months, with no end in sight. This represents a seismic disruption to a system that was already strained. Before the pandemic lockdown, public schools in California faced financial insolvency, woeful failures to educate (especially in low income communities), and a parent […]

Vouchers are not such a bad idea

Vouchers are not such a bad idea

    By William Hicks I read with interest Jon Cummings’ letter titled “Public education maligned.” I too was at the Aug. 10 CVUSD meeting. I agree that public education was maligned, but for justifiable reasons. As I see it, at least 50% of the people attending the meeting were in favor of Sandee Everett […]

Do You Know What Your Grandchildren Believe?

Do You Know What Your Grandchildren Believe?

  By Ginny Bryce | Camarillo This title caught my eye – “College Students Are Being Taught to Hate America and it Could Destroy the Country,” – By Daniel Davis, WJ The Western Journal, December 20, 2018. (Daniel Davis is the commentary editor of The Daily Signal, the multimedia news organization of The Heritage Foundation covering […]

The State Weaponizes Education to Create Ignorance

The State Weaponizes Education to Create Ignorance

  By Jon Rappoport The State Weaponizing Education to Create Ignorance! (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) A hundred fifty years ago, at least some Americans recognized that all serious discourse depended on the use of the faculty called Reason. Formal debate, science, and law all flowed from that source. A common bond […]

Hate speech, bias and intolerance at UDel

Hate speech, bias and intolerance at UDel

  By Paul Driessen University of Delaware students, faculty, administrators and trustees must truthfully answer a simple, but important question: Would this conduct have been ignored or excused if the targets had been Muslim? A recent article by the editor-in-chief of the school’s student newspaper proclaimed “Green Dragon slayer for hire, in a geography department […]

Illiteracy leads to censorship

Illiteracy leads to censorship

  By Jon Rappoport “…intellectual freedom is a deep-rooted tradition without which our characteristic western culture could only doubtfully exist. From that tradition many of our intellectuals are visibly turning away. They have accepted the principle that a book should be published or suppressed, praised or damned, not on its merits but according to political […]

Building A Home For Science Education’s Growing Demand

Building A Home For Science Education’s Growing Demand

California Lutheran University has raised $20.8 million toward the $30 million it needs to build a new state-of-the-art science building and is now launching the public phase of the campaign to bring in the final dollars.   The new building is needed to accommodate the growing number of science majors and the university’s increased emphasis […]

Right-to-Work on the Move

Right-to-Work on the Move

. By LARRY SAND Since November, Kentucky has joined the right-to-work club and four new employee freedom cases have emerged. On January 7th, Kentucky became the 27th right-to-work state in the nation. The term “right-to-work” (RTW) very simply means that workers don’t have to pay dues to a union as a condition of employment. In a few […]

Public School Teachers’ Private Choices

Public School Teachers’ Private Choices

By LARRY SAND Teacher union leaders lie in order to disparage school privatization, but many of their members ignore them and embrace choice.  Mark Twain is alleged to have said, “A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes.” And the teachers unions seem to have an […]

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