The Rise of the Daycare Generation

This is a rather long dissertation, if that’s the right word, but it leads to the crux of the issues being faced by today’s SJW snowflakes and mindless liberals. I listened to it while going about my kitchen business and I urge you to do the same. There’s nothing to look at so just hit play, turn it up, listen and absorb what this man says. He’s not a “genius”, so he claims, but he speaks the truth and nails where society when wrong. He also explains why these kids are so messed-up, (and he’s right, it’s not really their … 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

Quote Of The Day — February 17, 2015

. “Actually, all education is self-education. A teacher is only a guide, to point out the way, and no school, no matter how excellent, can give you education. What you receive is like the outlines in a child’s coloring book. You must fill in the colors yourself.” Louis L’Amour, (22 March 1908 – 10 June 1988)   ~ ~  Grouchy  ~ ~

Quote Of The Day — November 17, 2014

. “In the United States we have concentrated tremendous sums of money on the educational plant, seemingly with the idea that the right number of buildings will turn out the right number of graduates. Yet the teachers who actually instruct the future citizens of our country are more often than not miserably paid. If in the future we find ourselves with a lot of fourth-rate citizens, we have only ourselves to blame.” Louis L’Amour,  (22 March 1908 – 10 June 1988)  “Education of a Wandering Man”   ~ ~  Grouchy  ~ ~

Another “Union Success Story” For Oct. 21,2014

Since Gov. Scott Walker reformed education in Wisconsin, the choice was given to teachers whether or not to join the union. Looks like a LOT of them have made the choice. From Elliot Jager at Newsmax.com   Wisconsin Teachers Choosing to Pull Out of Unions Monday, 20 Oct 2014 07:13 AM By Elliot Jager Increasing numbers of teachers in Wisconsin are choosing not to remain union members now that they have a choice, Fox News reported. A 2011 law — unsuccessfully opposed by unions in the legislature, through a gubernatorial recall election, and in the courts — has resulted in a … Continue reading

Curiosity and Serendipity

. Some time back, I came upon this article from WND. It’s well worth the time to read, and to ponder the consequences. Curiosity and Serendipity.  OR Trust NO ONE BUT YOURSELF For Your Education. Jim Fletcher of WND  has the story. End of the book for Barnes & Noble? ‘This may be the last year they remain open’ Published: 05/06/2014 at 8:04 PM The unthinkable may be looming for retail book giant Barnes & Noble, and plans for more store closings by year’s end are sending shockwaves through the publishing world. In the past two years, Barnes & Noble … Continue reading

What the Hell’s the Matter with Maryland?

  The Daily Caller says: There’s really no question by now that entirely too many school administrators across America are crazy, drooling morons. However, school administrators in Maryland — and some teachers, and a few students — possess a special, possibly bionic blend of stupidity and lunacy. Let’s review the indisputable facts. Amazingly, all of these ridiculous incidents occurred in Maryland in the last several months alone. Just last week, Ellicott City parent Robert Small was violently arrested and charged with two crimes for expressing his frustrations about the implementation of the Common Core at a public forum Thursday night in … Continue reading