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What are our children being taught in the classroom?

Guidelines for teaching history

Guidelines for teaching history

WASHINGTON, August 23, 2014 — Much has already been said about the guidelines that should or should not be applied to the teaching of high school history. In 1994 the public was treated to a debate between former National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) director Lynne Cheney and retired UCLA professor, Gary B. Nash, coauthor of

Michael Brown shooting has opened old wounds about race, photo credit Elvert Barnes / Flickr

Michael Brown’s supporters prove why “Hip Hop Conservatism” is a loser

OCALA, Fla., August 22, 2014 — Ever since the black eighteen-year-old was shot by Darren Wilson, a white police officer in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, mindlessness has ruled the day. This has dragged on for nearly two weeks now! Of course, it’s worth noting that Brown was unarmed when killed, as well as

Protest in Ferguson, Missouri, photo by Julian Johnson/KMOV

Michael Brown and “A Clockwork Orange” America

OCALA, Fla., August 21, 2014 — Over forty years ago, Stanley Kubrick made a film that was so controversial he chose to pull it from release in the United Kingdom. This is not only where the story was set, but the movie itself made. As most have probably deduced, this film is A Clockwork Orange.

Man wearing a hoodie.

Less hoodies might mean better race relations

OCALA, Fla., August 19, 2014 — Now that Michael Brown’s death has placed America in yet another race relations quagmire, let’s forget about black, white, yellow, or red and focus on fashion. George Zimmerman has long since been acquitted of any wrongdoing in the death of Trayvon Martin. Nonetheless, a great many individuals believe that Zimmerman

Rioter and looter after shooting of Michael Brown

Michael Brown wasn’t killed by white supremacy

OCALA, Fla., August 18, 2014 — The Saturday before last, Michael Brown swiped several cigars from a convenience store counter, passing much of his spoils to friend Dorian Johnson. At first, the far older clerk was distracted. He picked up on the theft, though, and rushed to the customers’ aisle where Brown and Johnson were