Milo Yiannopoulos Exposes The REAL Alex Jones

Posted on August 16, 2017 Milo sits down with Alex Jones in the Infowars studio to talk about President Trump, the double standard of the mainstream media, and how Breitbart and Infowars can change the news paradigm. ~Bear in mind: It’s not the messenger but the message that is important. I found this interview quite informative. HEA  

Education Official Paid Bonuses While Education Lost Billions

Education Official Got Secret Cash Bonuses as Office Lost Billions to Fraud, Corruption Judicial Watch May 31, 2017 The senior Obama Education Department official who resigned this month to avoid testifying before Congress got hundreds of thousands of dollars in bonuses despite his well-documented failures, sources inside the agency tell Judicial Watch. The extra cash was kept off the books, away from the public, and doesn’t appear on his official government salary record but Judicial Watch has obtained the figures with yearly breakdowns. The official, James Runcie, ran the scandal-plagued Federal Student Aid (FSA) office, the government’s $1.4 trillion financial … Continue reading

All White People Leave Campus OR ELSE

“All White People Leave Campus OR ELSE!!”   Tucker Covers INSANE Evergreen State College Story   Following Weinstein debacle, Evergreen State College president kowtows to student demands The College Fix Dave Huber – Assistant Editor MAY 28, 2017 It’s been a rather raucous week at Evergreen State College. After it was revealed that Professor Bret Weinstein had objected to a college once-per-year racial apartheid event, students went berserk, screaming at him “This is not about you! We are not speaking on terms—on terms of white privilege!” … and that he should resign. Weinstein ended up having to hold class off-campus … Continue reading

An Overlooked Truth About the Shemitah

Posted on May 11, 2017         By Judge Anna Von Reitz  . The Shemitah is a holy mystery associated with the “Sabbath of Years”. Every Seventh Year in the Sacred Calendar of the Hebrews is what we farmers would call a “fallow year”. The land is to lay fallow. The vineyards are to rest. People, too, and are instructed to store up for the Shemitah so that they can rest and the poor may be taken care of in the year without harvest. The last day of the Shemitah Year falls on the last day of Elul, … Continue reading

Civics – Constitution vs Propaganda

  “It is imperative if we are going to survive as a nation that our schools teach civics,” said retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor . “Knowledge and understanding about our system of government is not something that’s handed down in the gene pool. You have to learn it.” Civic education a prime concern more so today than ever as we are now observing the results of lack of grounding in civics displayed by millennials during the past year. There is no more important task than the development of an informed, effective, and responsible citizenry. Science and mathematics … Continue reading

Napolitano’s UC hid $175 million while demanding money, audit says

Here’s what you need to know about the state’s audit of the University of California LA Times Patrick McGreevy April 25, 2017 State Audit of the University of California President California State Auditor Elaine Howle on Tuesday released a scathing audit of the University of California’s Office of the President. The examination had been requested by legislators who have complained for years that the semi-independent UC system is not transparent with its finances. Here are some of the key findings of the audit: Tens of millions of dollars in budget reserve funds weren’t disclosed The state audit found that the … Continue reading

What Is Really Known About Organizations Who Guide Education Changes

  Have you ever noticed how information can lead you down strange paths? Or, how companies that appear to be important members of the liberalist agenda manage to stealthily go about their objectives without making waves or being highlighted in media? Case in point: A decision to research universities where liberal students demand lists of bizarre things, or where they are falling into the liberalist trap laid to curtail free speech or how they have become so left-leaning over the years… …Led me to Association of American Colleges & Universities which bills itself as “A Voice and a force for … Continue reading

Another Obama Regime Screw-Up That’ll Cost You & Me Big Bucks

Be thankful for Judicial Watch!  Here’s a timely report, coming as it does during the debate over government-managed health care.  You probably won’t be surprised to learn that the student loan program, federalized by the Obama Regime, is upside-down financially.  You may, however, be surprised when you find out that King Putt’s minions made a “coding error” that masks the failure of a majority of borrowers to keep their loan repayments current, and conceals the true magnitude of the multi-billion dollar loss now confronting American taxpayers.  Y’see, the Puttster could mask information that might damage HIM … but he deliberately … Continue reading

New York About to Eliminate Test Meant to See if Teachers Can Read… because RAAAACISM!

By Warner Todd Huston March 13, 2017 There would have been a day when a story saying that teachers were about to be excused from requirements that they be able to read just to avoid charges of racism would have been an entry in an issue of the National Lampoon or even on TheOnion.com. But today, in this day of truly insane liberalism, the idea that liberals don’t care if teachers can read just to avoid charges of racism in hiring is… well, sadly, it’s not even a little surprising. New York’s Board of Regents is expected to adopt the … Continue reading

Life At University And In The Bureaucracy: The Department Of Nice

Prolly the best take-down of the modern American university environment, and of federal bureaucracies, that I have ever read.  Courtesy of TheZMan blog, 9 March 2017.  Enjoy! The Department of Nice The other day, I was at the Department of Nice. It is in the Imperial Capital area and while it is not a very pleasant commute, once you are there, it is very nice. It’s still technically winter here, but the weather was very mild, in the 60’s with a gentle breeze. Many of the nice people, who work in the Department of Nice, took advantage of the nice … Continue reading

The Black American Community Should Be Excited By The Latest Trump Executive Order

  For the many Black Americans who supported Trump, the latest executive order should be vindication for their choice for president and encouragement that Trump was not like past politicians simply paying “lip service” to get votes. In this executive order, he has made obvious his determination to fulfill his promises to leaders in the Black American communities and young Black students whom he feels deserve the right to reach their full potential through expanded educational opportunities. NBC Exclusive March 1st by Lauren Victoria Burke “Exclusive: Omarosa Manigault on Trump’s Executive Order on HBCUs”. Over 60 HBCU Presidents this week … Continue reading

Betsy DeVos: One Of Us? Or Not?

Since President Trump announced his nomination of BetsyDeVos as Secretary of Education, many on the right have spoken out about DeVos’ long-range intentions for America’s government school system.  True, DeVos has spoken loudly over the years about school choice, to help parents sidestep underperforming, union-agenda-driven schools.  But DeVos is also on record as a supporter of comprehensive federal standards for public pre-college education.  She carefully avoided use of the term “Common Core” during the hearing process, but it’s known that DeVos (with Trump’s apparent agreement) will push for some form of national intervention, disguised with a less-toxic label. Now we … Continue reading

Looking At The Reality Of Education – Part 2 Comparing Options of Educating for Families

Comparing Options of Educating for Families Here is a quick look at what Betsy DeVos has to come up to speed on quickly. Incorporating homeschool into the Department of Education thinking along with other innovations or methods may need to become a reality for our country and our budget. It is also a starting point on how parents need to be evaluating their children’s educational options. Public education is for everyone regardless of ability to pay, disability, and other issues. It began in answer to a deep desire for people to know how to read, write, and do other things like … Continue reading

Looking At The Reality Of Education – Part 1

Looking At The Reality Of Education Today With all of the stupidity and lack of basic knowledge currently being exhibited by snowflakes on college campuses, it has definitely become evident that the billions upon billions of dollars invested in education since the 1960’s has been poorly used and taxpayers poorly served. Betsy DeVos finally and barely got approved as the new Secretary of Education.  Many Democrats and a few Republicans have questioned her ability and experience.  Certainly, it has come to my mind as well.  While she has been actively involved in education and politics for many years, I am … Continue reading

Education’s Campus Brainwashing – What Concerned Conservatives and Leaders Need To Know

  Education’s Campus Brainwashing – What Concerned Conservatives and Leaders Need To Know National Association of Scholars (NAS) is a network of scholars and citizens united by commitment to academic freedom, disinterested scholarship, and excellence in American higher education. Membership in NAS is open to all who share our commitment to these broad principles. We publish a journal and have state and regional affiliates. Executive Summary Report January 2017 Introduction What we call the “New Civics” redefines civics as progressive political activism. Rooted in the radical program of the 1960s’ New Left, the New Civics presents itself as an up-to-date … Continue reading

An Open Letter To America And Her New President

By Dave Merrick —— Bio and Archives December 31, 2016 Years ago in a Wal-Mart, I was walking past the toy department. A screaming four year-old was demanding that his mom buy him the little car set he had opened and scattered all over the floor. After the young mother had several times declined and asked him to come along with her, the boy threw one of the toys at her, leaving a cut on her forehead. The rattled mom stood there and began slowly counting as some parents do before administering discipline. After she got to ‘five’, the kid … Continue reading

Public Education Is A Money Pit

where money goes in and shit comes out. That is, unless you are a rich elitist like Obama (and the rest of the elitists) who can send HIS/THEIR kids to the finest schools that money can buy while being against school vouchers for the rest of us deplorables. EXCERPT:  “Since World War II, inflation-adjusted spending per student in American public schools has increased by 663 percent. Where did all of that money go? One place it went was to hire more personnel. Between 1950 and 2009, American public schools experienced a 96 percent increase in student population. During that time, … Continue reading

You Rotten Communist Russian Spies – Have You No Shame?

An Initial Set of Sites That Reliably Echo Russian Propaganda We have used a combination of manual and automated analysis, including analysis of content, timing, technical indicators, and other reporting, in order to initially identify (“red-flag”) the following as Russian propaganda outlets. We then confirmed our initial assessment by applying whatever criteria we did not originally employ during the red-flag process, and we reevaluate our findings as needed.  Please note that our criteria are behavioral. That means the characteristics of the propaganda outlets we identify are motivation-agnostic. For purposes of this definition it does not matter whether the sites listed here … Continue reading