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The Lighthouse: The End of Language | Defending Genocide at UC | Distorting the Great Depression


November 14, 2023  •  Weekly Newsletter
Neo-Marxism and the End of Language

Naomi R. Wolf (Substack)

Language is changing in America. But the changes are not from a natural evolution of usage. Instead they are deliberate and ideological—designed to kill off the practices of individual freedom. Corruption follows. Then come the tyrants. READ MORE »
Tyranny & Misinformation in the COVID-19
Pandemic Crisis: Naomi Wolf Interviewed

College History Textbooks Spread Misinformation about the Great Depression

Phillip W. Magness (AIER)

The Great Depression is arguably the most important macroeconomic event of the 20th century. Why, then, are we allowing its actual causes to go untaught in high schools and universities? READ MORE »

Teaching the Causes of Great Depression to College Students

Evidence from History, Economics,
and Economic History Textbooks

By Phillip W. Magness et al.

The Bell Tolls for Woke Humanities Professors

Richard K. Vedder (The American Spectator)

Enrollments in the humanities are down. But don’t assume it’s because literature graduates don’t make enough money. The real reason is that those who teach in the humanities have trashed their own disciplines with political ideology—and students and parents know it. READ MORE »

Restoring the Promise

Higher Education in America

By Richard K. Vedder

Total Interest on National Debt Approaching $1 Trillion

Craig Eyermann

Just the interest we pay on national debt is about one trillion dollars. Are we allowed now to stop the spending? READ MORE »

The Latest from The Beacon

Moody’s Puts U.S. Government’s Last AAA Credit Score in Jeopardy

Craig Eyermann

From High-Flying Journeys to Grounded Reality: The House’s Bold Move on Buttigieg’s Salary

K. Lloyd Billingsley

Pandemic Boat Market Economics

Samuel R. Staley

The Latest from Catalyst

Underdog States Improve Their Business Tax Climate

Vance Ginn

China Reverses Course on Population Planning

Peter Jacobsen

Does Tourism Really Hurt Third World Cities?

Scott Beyer

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