News With Views | Hating Your Own Country: Teaching U.S. Kids To Loathe America – Frosty Wooldridge

December 10, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

A recent poll showed that 53 percent of American teens and twenty-something’s do not respect America.  At sporting events, millions of students fail to stand for the national anthem.  In southern California, you see more Mexican flags being displayed and flown rather than the Stars and Stripes.  In Detroit, Michigan, you see the Islamic black flag with Arabic writing that Americans cannot decipher.

On social media, citizen journalists walk around asking people of all ages simple questions about America’s past and her founding fathers.

Source: News With Views | Hating Your Own Country: Teaching U.S. Kids To Loathe America

JOE McCARTHY’s WARNING ABOUT FAKE EDUCATION – Mike King

November 10, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

 

McCarthy foresaw the importance of the war for American education. That is why he closed his 1952 booklet, McCarthyism: The Fight for America, with a prophetic warning about what he described as the most dangerous aspect of the Marxist (Globalist) threat of them all; namely – their growing control over education. He urged readers to take action against an evil educational cancer which was not yet so visible and complete back then; but is very clear and pervasive throughout all levels of “education” today.

Source: JOE McCARTHY’s WARNING ABOUT FAKE EDUCATION

Lost Generation Philosopher | On Philosophy, Political Economy, The Meltdown of Modern Academia

June 13, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Is higher education in the U.S., and almost surely in the West generally, undergoing a long-term structural collapse?

The question sounds histrionic, perhaps even hysterical and would be treated as such in many (most?) mainstream academic circles. But if we see collapse as a long-term process rather than a singular catastrophic event, then there is much we can point to that tells us that, Yes, higher education is undergoing collapse and has been for a long time … for at least four decades, in fact.

Source: Lost Generation Philosopher | On Philosophy, Political Economy, The Meltdown of Modern Academia, a Little Music, & More

The Failure of Head Start — Another Blow for IQ Realism | The Occidental Observer – White Identity, Interests, and Culture

February 6, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

I teach courses on child psychology, and every textbook has a chapter on IQ. It’s always a bit touchy talking about it — I’ve got to be on my best behavior. I discuss the data showing genetic influences and then I point out that most of the “environmental influences” on IQ could equally well be explained by parent-child genetic correlations: Smart parents are genetically inclined to high IQ and they talk to their kids more. This results in correlations between IQ and parents talking to their kids.

Source: The Failure of Head Start — Another Blow for IQ Realism | The Occidental Observer – White Identity, Interests, and Culture

Government Schools Common Core Indoctrination

February 5, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Over the last half century, the public school establishment in America has achieved enormous results, if the intention was to dumb down the population. The term public is archaic, since the current age promotes an internationalist interdependency culture, where the state defines institutional roles and sanctions accepted standards. The public plays virtually no effective role in this process. For this reason the proper term to use is government indoctrination centers. Bringing back the McGuffey Readers as the alternative to the state syllabus of common core is a step in the right direction. Our Dysfunctional Public Education Is No Accident essay lays out the correct standard.

Read the entire article on the Merchantry archives

Commencement Graduation and Employment Prospects

June 10, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Is it worth going to college to secure viable employment? Once, the future looked bright, for students earning a university degree and selecting from various offers from employers. Today the mere notion that such a question can and should be asked illustrates that the American economy has greatly transitioned into a very insecure and tenuous career opportunity society. When the lack of employment realities drives job seekers to leave the search for rewarding positions that offer a chance for a path to attaining middle class aspirations, the entire labor equation needs to be rethought.

Read the entire article on the “Corporatocracy” archives


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