“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past,” wrote George Orwell in 1984. Dr. Betsy Nabel of Harvard’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital wants to scrub the past of white male faces in medicine.
Conservatives from around the country attended the annual Western Conservative Summit. The event also drew scurrilous and borderline libelous attacks from far-left groups as The Young Turks and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
What do you call the top two finishers in the girls’ 100-meter dash at Connecticut’s recent State Open track and field championships? First and second place? If you’re not the mainstream media, you may call them “boys.”
New York City’s best high schools — the “specialized” ones, as they’re known — may not be the best for long. That is, if Mayor Bill de Blasio has his way, as he wants to dumb down admissions standards to increase “diversity.”
Whether Obama Education Secretary Arne Duncan is a student of radical Saul Alinsky or not, he floated a radical idea to impose gun control to see if it might work.
Ninety-four percent of school shootings occur at public schools, yet millions of Americans continue sending their children to those institutions.
A video gone viral of a black student at Stanford announcing that he is escaping the liberal plantation is a graphic illustration of a growing sentiment among the African-American population.
Amid an apparent wave of school shootings exploited by the press to attack gun rights, a growing number of parents are now exploring a much more sensible option: withdrawing their children entirely.
As if to prove that the looniest lunatics are really running the asylum, policymakers with the far-left school board in Fairfax County, Virginia, voted overwhelmingly to teach children that their biological sex is meaningless.
Is being a snowflake a disability? This is apparently the case at (pseudo)elite U.S. colleges, where up to one in four students are classified as “disabled” — often simply because they experience “stress and anxiety” — and are thus given special accommodations. This can sometimes mean getting twice as long as their peers to take exams.
School once was typified by an apple on the teacher’s desk — now a better symbol is the forbidden fruit. A recent case in point is a Texas high-school teacher who did drugs and had sexual relations with a 15-year-old boy.