Stanley Norman Cohen and His C...

Oct 24, 2020 by

Stanley Norman Cohen Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Born in New Jersey and on to greatness—When was Stanley Cohen born, and where did he...

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What’s the Impact on Fam...

Oct 23, 2020 by

School districts are “losing contact with thousands of students, from Philadelphia to Houston to Los Angeles,” according to news...

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The Privilege of Politics

Oct 22, 2020 by

In 2020, privilege manifests as political extortion. Push back against these bullies. Actor Chris Pratt finds himself a target of...

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The Plague of Multiculturalism...

Oct 22, 2020 by

By Sir Roger Scruton There is so much pertinent history and so much wisdom in Russell Kirk’s “America’s British Culture” that his...

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Susan Ryan opened doors that w...

Oct 22, 2020 by

Anthony Albanese – My last conversation with Susan Ryan was on September 4. It began with the usual pleasantries but typically,...

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I am a free Black woman. Why I...

Oct 22, 2020 by

By Mavourene Robinson, Op-ed Contributor My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge [of My law, where I reveal My will]. Because...

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Not So Nice

Oct 21, 2020 by

A popular podcast about New York City schools ignores salient facts about race and neighborhoods. Ray Domanico Chana Joffe-Walt’s...

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Fair enough?

Oct 20, 2020 by

Seetha Nambiar Dodd A strange phenomenon was prevalent in my childhood. Women walking under umbrellas when there was not a raincloud...

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What Happens if No One Wins?

Oct 20, 2020 by

The Constitution provides for election crises—and its provisions favor Trump. *This article was co-written with Robert J. Delahunty,...

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We must ensure all children re...

Oct 20, 2020 by

For a country as wealthy as ours, the prospect that some disadvantaged children may never go back to school is unacceptable. By Anton...

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Closing Schools Was a Grievous...

Oct 20, 2020 by

By Williamson M. Evers Education leaders across the country are trying to determine whether and when they can safely reopen K-12...

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Cancel Culture, Marxism, Chris...

Oct 20, 2020 by

by Kathleen Marquardt If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never...

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Gutfeld on the San Francisco s...

Oct 19, 2020 by

The San Francisco School Names Advisory Committee has named 44 schools that need their names changed due to troubling links to the...

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Covid and E-learning – C...

Oct 19, 2020 by

Tom Watkins I recently caught up with Tom Watkins who was on the cutting edge of sensible school reform as Michigan’s state...

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Prepare And Be Calm

Oct 18, 2020 by

By Marilyn M. Barnewall If the indicators are accurate, what is coming is not going to be pleasant. What you do about it and whether...

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An Interview with Mark Bauerle...

Oct 18, 2020 by

Mark Bauerlein Michael F. Shaughnessy – Mark, you recently co-authored a piece in the City Journal about the NAEP and their new...

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An Interview with Manuel Varel...

Oct 17, 2020 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy Erwin Chargaff had a kind of tumultuous early childhood—Where was he born, and what happened? Prof. Erwin...

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Meet the pros at ‘transf...

Oct 17, 2020 by

If you’re wondering why Joe Biden still won’t say whether he supports packing the U.S. Supreme Court if he’s elected president, it’s...

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What Will Happen If Liberals P...

Oct 17, 2020 by

Court-packing will be the end of the Supreme Court as we know it, the end of the balance of power, and, therefore, the end of America...

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NatKhat’s Creators Talk About ...

Oct 17, 2020 by

“Natkhat makes you confront the reality that most women in this country live on a day to day basis and how we are bringing up...

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