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Shock! ‘Conservative White Men’ Deny Moon Made of Green Cheese

March 7, 2012 By admin. Commentary MARCH 7, 2012 By JOHN SEILER Supposing somebody insisted that the moon is made of green cheese. This is not a self-evident fact. Camembert, maybe, but not green cheese. We would demand strong proof. Even if the proof was provided, we could provide counter-arguments. It's called science. Except for a few self-evident axioms, such as 2+2=4, nothing is totally "proven." Cert...

School Choice Goes to Head of the Class

March 6, 2012 By admin. This article first appeared in UnionWatch.org. MARCH 7, 2012 By LARRY SAND Last month, Education Week published “What Research Says About School Choice,” in which nine scholars analyze the results of various studies concerning “school choice” -- the quaint notion that parents should be able to choose where to send their kids to school. The report boasts no ecstatic claims, not...

Students Protest Ed Entitlement Cuts

March 5, 2012 By admin. MAR. 5, 2012 By KATY GRIMES Middle-aged, greying 1960s radicals, pimply faced kids, teachers, throngs of SEIU members, angry Occupy protestors, and union members of all kinds descended upon the state Capitol Monday. They demanded, "Wall Street and the wealthy 1 percent, pay to refund education, jobs, essential services, and a better future." The protest was sponsored by the Californi...

L.A. Times Attempting Suicide

March 5, 2012 By admin. Commentary MARCH 5, 2012 By JOHN SEILER Today the Los Angeles Times is charging for visiting its site online. This is a suicide attempt that will severely damage the paper. Its parent company, Tribune Co., long has been in bankruptcy, running up $233 million in legal fees. According to the Times' own story: "The Los Angeles Times will begin charging readers for access to its online n...
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