Obama’s School ‘Punishment Equality’ Folly


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The racism of the Left is revealed in a new Department of Education policy.

Something’s Rotten in Denmark Schools


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A model teacher risks losing her job for speaking the truth about Muslim students.

Disciplining Students Is Racist?


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Obama administration wants school order enforced by race quotas.

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Sabotaging Black Education


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Why the left-wing education establishment has betrayed the struggle to achieve educational equality for black students.

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Obama Administration Undermines Black Education


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How racism paranoia is threatening black students’ futures.

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The Breakdown in Discipline Is the Issue, not Co-Sleeping


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I can see there are two sentences in my post that bothered people — or least bothered Tim and Alissa Birkel, who then influenced others to misunderstand my post: “Never let your children in your bed” and “There’s no greater loss of control than lying in one’s own bed with [...]

Co-Sleeping and Other Politically Correct Parenting Concepts


According to yesterday morning’s segment on Good Morning America, getting kids to sleep in their own beds has become so difficult it’s costing parents money. Parents like George Stephanopoulos and his wife have turned to sleep therapists to help them get their kids to bed at night.
“Ellie and I are now waving the white flag [...]

Censorship at UC Irvine


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The rights of the speaker vs. the “rights” of disruptors.

Paul D. Ryan: A GOP Road Map for America’s Future – WSJ.com


In tonight’s State of the Union address, President Obama will declare a new found commitment to “fiscal responsibility” to cover the huge spending and debt he and congressional Democrats have run up in his first year in office. But next Monday, when he submits his actual budget, I fear it will rely on gimmickry, commissions, […]

Chicago’s Real Crime Story


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Why decades of community organizing haven’t stemmed the city’s youth violence.