Franken-Fury

Sometimes experiments go horribly awry. Sometimes dogs turn on their masters. Sometimes puppeteers get tangled in their own strings and fall from the rafters. We may have seen…



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Missing the Mark

Here is a brief summary of the students in a typical middle-school classroom: These few have to take pills just to function, or so they are told. These…



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Standardized Students

School: An Assembly Line for the Masses Modern education, from pre-school through grad school, is designed to destroy the imagination, to cull free thinkers, and to mass produce…



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Erased

Filling in the Missing Pieces   Mother: Have you learned about the Holocaust in school? Son: Yeah, of course. We talked about it a lot. We read books…



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From Dungeon to Tower

The Kingdom Is Rotten   Walk with me from depths of the blackened Dungeon to the heights of the Ivory Tower and, if you are among those with…



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Wanderers In Our Midst

The Forgetting and the Deliberate Erosion of Tradition There are trespassers in the Ivory Tower; wanderers who have taken up residence where they do not belong. These maleficent…



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Cookie-Cutter Education Doesn’t Work

Competitive, free market-based solutions improves performance Libertarians believe that everything can be handled best by establishing free market solutions to issues where big government monopolies currently exist. When…



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Cultural Marxism

The Undermining of a Civilization’s Soul     The corruption starts at an early age and is fully admitted by those who know they are involved. In 1951,…



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Blood and Memory

The Ivory Tower is crumbling, and it pains me to admit it. It was a slow realization, one that began in a Classics course. At that same time…



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Let Them Eat Cake

The Inevitable Is Upon Us Once or twice upon a time, the warrior monks rode out of their citadels of learning to assess the world, talk to the…



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