PC and BS: Politicizing the Truth
Everything is politics these days, politics being the science of, among other things, achieving and maintaining power, and “truth” being mainly a slogan useful for hurling at people who would dare to put Milo Yiannopoulos on stage and hand him a mike.
How Student Protesters Cheat Themselves
One common complaint of protesting students is the old multiculturalist argument that the curriculum is too white and male and Western. At Seattle University, once again, we have outlandish allegations of racism and harassment leveled against one of the most progressive enclaves on Planet Earth, the liberal arts campus.
Bipartisan group of Washington state lawmakers try to save charter schools
Research finds the positive effects of attending a charter school can last through college. But average scores aren’t as important as children that have been afforded hope by attending charter schools in Arizona, Tennessee, South Carolina and beyond.
Bill proposes fines for universities that infringe on students’ free speech rights
If a court determines that a university has violated any part of the bill, they are subject to fines of at least $500 plus $50 a day for each day that the violation remains. Planning to introduce the bill on Jan. 11, Manweller said he believes it will garner bipartisan support.