Musk buying Twitter alarms Democrats. Of course, it does, they won’t be as able to silent dissenting voices; @cpnys spent months banished in Twitter’s dark confinement.
Cal Thomas writes: Walt would have never allowed Disney’s political activism.
Thank you, Deroy Murdock, for letting us know about this: Disney’s Blatant Hypocrisy.
And thank you, Josh Hammer, for educating some long-time conservatives with this timely article: Against ‘Principled Loserdom’.
Do you think Washington State has its priorities up-side-down? DON’T SAY MARIJUANA: Washington State Bans Use of ‘Racist’ Word for Cannabis. Murder was up 47%, fraud 113% in Washington during 2020, crime report shows.
An interesting article by James Piereson and Naomi Schaefer Riley in City-Journal: Dazed and Confused/Remote learning has created a population of college students in dire need of remedial education. The article notes that “If the past is any guide, colleges will try to accommodate struggling students by requiring less work from them. They will lower expectations in the name of saving students from the stress and anxiety of failing. They will offer higher grades in the name of equity. Some of the professors interviewed for the Chronicle story said that they would do more “hands on” or experiential learning because those kinds of classes get students more “engaged.” But these approaches merely pass students along, without addressing the underlying problem.” Stating this, isn’t it obvious why some, not all, students are dazed and confused since their whole educational life they have been coddled; never receiving red marks on their papers and certainly not allowing students to fail.
Hon. Thaddeus G. McCotter writes in Human Events about THE LIMPING TRUTH VS. THE SOPHIST LEFT.