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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE GRANDPARENTS or great-grandparents of most Americans watched in uncomprehending stupefaction while John Dewey and his gang of crypto-Communist racketeers took over the public schools and converted them into engines that manufactured the uneducated and uneducatable White…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims ON FOX News recently, one of their pet Negroes waxed eloquent about how Blacks do well in school when standards are raised instead of lowered. At about 1:13 in the video below, he says, “Take a look at Capital Prep. A charter school with locations in Harlem, the Bronx, Hartford (Connecticut),…
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News

Kate Brown OPENLY bisexual Oregon Governor Kate Brown quietly signed a bill last month that removed the requirement for graduating high school children in the state to be proficient in reading, writing, and math, in an effort to aid “students of color.” Brown signed Senate Bill 744 on July 14, but did…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE commented often enough in these pages on the putrefaction of what once were institutions of higher learning in the United States and Europe. I shall here quote two paragraphs from a publication of an organization called Accuracy in Academia, of which the mail address is 1275…
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EditorialsNews

Note: Below is one of many intended posts of mine that got delayed over the past year-plus thanks to distraction over work, the stolen presidential election, the totalitarian Covid-lockdowns, the economic crash and the unprecedented Fed money-printing, etc. Our political climate today is so demoralizing
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Essays

by Karl Gunther WHEN SOMEONE says that something is “academic” they mean it is moot — it is irrelevant, it no longer matters. That’s because these heads-in-the-clouds ivory-tower types come up with theories that are either wildly divergent from reality, or that show an…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ACCORDING TO a despatch from the United Press, published in the Portland Oregonian on 16 April and doubtless other newspapers, a jury in Atlanta awarded $2,500,000 to a young woman, Jan Kemp, formerly an instructress in the University of Georgia, who was fired from her untenured…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer ONE OF THE great ironies is that in the 1920s when Jews were discriminated against by the Ivy League schools, they cried out sharply in pain. It was another Shoah, they said; and the Shoah hadn’t even happened yet. Not that it ever did. But now Jews lead the charge to discriminate…
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Douglas MercerEssays

Nixon and Moynihan by Douglas Mercer IN 1970 Daniel Moynihan told Richard Nixon that there was no evidence whatsoever that the amount of money spent on education had any effect at all on the performance of students. No data has emerged in the past half century to refute this claim. And yet the education…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce
and National Alliance staff A PROPER educational system serves three purposes: It passes a people’s cultural, intellectual, and spiritual heritage from generation to generation; it teaches skills and techniques; and it guides the character development of individuals…
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