As the White House deals a devastating blow to one Obama conspiracy theory, leave it to leftists to dig up another one to browbeat allegedly-bigoted conservatives with. At the Daily Beast, pseudo-feminist Michelle Goldberg “traces the far-right history of the claim” that something funny’s going on with Barack Obama’s academic background.
Usually the Left is pro-education and pro-women. Reaction to a recent film showing strict Islam reveals so-called liberals will give up on such principles if it means supporting the spread of Islam.
The University of Iowa College Republicans’ Conservative Coming Out Week has a simple message—conservatives are people too, they aren’t alone, and they don’t need to fear discrimination on college campuses like liberal Iowa City. Leave it to faculty left-wingers, to show their true feelings of tolerance.
We’re all used to the zeal with which leftists conjure ugly smears of conservatives, but when conservatives prove the stereotype wrong, it takes serious chutzpa to then make a controversy out of that. Such is the spectacle on display in Terry Greene Sterling’s latest Daily Beast report, which tries to make sense out of recent decisions by Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer which don’t exactly fit the MO of a right-wing extremist.
Little Village Academy, by virtue of the “authority” vested in them by Chicago Public Schools (CPS), is no longer allowing students to bring sack lunches from home. School officials have lost all faith in parents‘ ability and/or willingness to provide “better” nutrition for their children than schools can, so they’ve taken over kids’ nutrition and [...]
The rhetoric at their website echoes the sentiments in the sign: “We prepare and develop educational leaders who are change agents.”
Oh, and we’re not done with the onslaught of violence and vitriol on behalf of the unions and the educational establishment, either. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Wisconsin resident Katherine Windels is now facing felony charges for death threats she made against state Republican lawmakers.
Should high school kids be walking around with their underwear showing and their pants sagging? Of course not. It makes them look like idiotic trash. But why is that the government’s business?
Lawmakers in the Bay State are roundly congratulating themselves for addressing what they see as a growing problem in Massachusetts: high school bullying. In general, the Massachusetts anti-bullying statute prohibits the repeated bullying of a student by another student or group of students on school property or at any school sponsored activity. Massachusetts lawmakers included [...]