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Nathan Phillips Is Full of It

Nathan Phillips Is Full of It

David highlights this section from CNN’s interview with Nathan Phillips: Phillips: Oh, what I was witnessing was just hate? Racism? Well, hate. What I’m saying is that when these folks came there, these other folks ...
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Nathan Phillips’s Interview with CNN Is Full of Falsehoods, Inconsistencies, and Nonsense

Nathan Phillips’s Interview with CNN Is Full of Falsehoods, Inconsistencies, and Nonsense

Nathan Phillips on CNN (CNN/via YouTube)As I wrote on the home page today, it’s disturbing to see the left-wing hate that is still being directed at the Covington Catholic students — days after the initial ...
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You gotta fight for your right to protest at USC

You gotta fight for your right to protest at USC

In the last two years alone, local journalists have revealed that the University of Southern California kept on staff an allegedly meth-smoking medical school dean, his allegedly sexually abusive replacement, a gynecologist who allegedly spent ...
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Covington Catholic cancels school citing 'safety' concerns

Covington Catholic cancels school citing 'safety' concerns

The Catholic high school near the Kentucky-Ohio border that is at the center of a viral controversy was closed on Tuesday due to security concerns. The closure comes days after video captured an encounter Friday ...
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Weeklong Los Angeles teacher strike to end after deal struck in all-night negotiating session

Weeklong Los Angeles teacher strike to end after deal struck in all-night negotiating session

Los Angeles schools are set to open Wednesday following a tentative agreement between United Teachers Los Angeles and the L.A. Unified School District to end a weeklong strike. Both sides are expected to ratify a ...
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Suspend negotiations with the Los Angeles teachers union

Suspend negotiations with the Los Angeles teachers union

The Board of Education at the Los Angeles Unified School District should cease negotiations with the Los Angeles teachers union. Instead, the board should divert funding to ensure that parents in Los Angeles are able ...
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Student debt closing the door on millennial home ownership

Student debt closing the door on millennial home ownership

Millennials today aren’t buying homes at nearly the same rates as previously, according to researchers at the Federal Reserve, driven partially by their ballooning student loan debt. Approximately 20 percent of the decline in home ...
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Black-Nationalist Bigotry

Black-Nationalist Bigotry

One aspect of the Covington controversy has received very little coverage, let alone condemnation: the outright racism, homophobia, and anti-Semitism of the (very small) black-nationalist group confronting the teenagers. If you watch the nearly two-hour ...
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Even after Janus, unions are still wrongly forcing speech on public employees

Even after Janus, unions are still wrongly forcing speech on public employees

Despite a Supreme Court ruling last year that forcing public workers to pay union fees as a condition of employment goes against First Amendment free speech rights, public employees are still forced to associate with ...
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From the BuzzFeed Psychodrama to the Covington Video Melodrama

From the BuzzFeed Psychodrama to the Covington Video Melodrama

In the current polarized climate concerning the shutdown, Trump, the media, etc., it would be wise for everyone to take a deep breath and wait at least 24 hours before snap editorializing, in response to ...
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Conservative scholar and urban sociologist Nathan Glazer dies at 95

Conservative scholar and urban sociologist Nathan Glazer dies at 95

Nathan Glazer, a leading intellectual and prolific author on ethnic identity, civic participation, and a range of other topics, has died at 95. Glazer died at his Cambridge, Mass., home on Saturday, the Associated Press ...
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School Choice Week: Help DC students achieve their full potential

School Choice Week: Help DC students achieve their full potential

As an educator, I am passionate about improving the lives of the children I teach. But as a proud mother of two young men myself, I recognize that parents almost always understand their children best ...
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School, diocese condemn behavior of teens who harassed Native American veteran

School, diocese condemn behavior of teens who harassed Native American veteran

A Kentucky Catholic diocese condemned the behavior of a group of teenagers who surrounded and harassed a man attending the Indigenous Peoples March in a video that earned widespread criticism. "We condemn the actions of ...
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Program That Gives Private School Vouchers to Bullied Students Off to Slow Start

Program That Gives Private School Vouchers to Bullied Students Off to Slow Start

Among the Florida Board of Education’s most pressing 2019 priorities are implementing the state’s post-Parkland school safety plan, addressing Hurricane Michael’s impact on Panhandle school districts and dealing with a shortage of science, English and ...
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The Los Angeles teacher strike has a huge problem: Pensions

The Los Angeles teacher strike has a huge problem: Pensions

Los Angeles’ 31,000 teachers are finishing up their first week on strike with no end in sight. This is in spite of the fact that both the teachers’ union and the school district, the nation’s ...
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