Category: Education

The Student Debt Dilemma

As of 2020, about 42.9 million Americans owed a collective $1.7 trillion in outstanding student loans — a crisis that touches families across the nation, particularly in communities of color. Some lawmakers have advocated for forgiving student debt to help those struggling to make ends meet. But critics […]

Kick the Puppy S2: E5

Keith & RJ Study claims vaccines saved 37 million lives mostly children over the past two decades, anti-vaxxers are growing, backlash to over-medicalization, the complexity of the immune system, a long history of human poisonings, paranoia and the American tradition, criticisms of scientism, SpaceX Starship SN9 explodes during […]

Students at the Most Expensive University in America Are Going on Tuition Strike

Some more pan-secessionist direct action. This is the equivalent of seminarians going on strike against the Church during the Middle Ages. Indigo Oliver, In These Times At the end of Novem­ber, mem­bers of the Colum­bia Uni­ver­si­ty-Barnard Col­lege chap­ter of Young Demo­c­ra­t­ic Social­ists of Amer­i­ca (YDSA) launched a tuition strike […]

Even More White Lies

I don’t get why transracialism can’t be a thing. There is an infinite historical lineage for people leaving one tribe to join another or converting to a new religion. Anarchists, more than anyone else, should be embracing the right to be a transracial person. What would Stirner say? […]

The Disappearing Conservative Professor

This article provides a pretty good overview of the actual role of ideology in higher education. Noam Chomsky created a minor stir sometime back when he argued that universities are actually “far-right” in reply to the usual complaints about universities being dominated by liberal and left ideologues. However, […]

Minneapolis Public Schools terminates contract with Police Department over George Floyd’s death

Fragmentation between the educationist and law enforcement wings of the managerial class. Interesting. By Ryan Faircloth Star Tribune Minneapolis Public Schools has severed its decadeslong relationship with the city’s police department in response to the death of George Floyd in police custody. The school board voted unanimously Tuesday […]

House Dems Back Off Of Student Debt Relief

Imagine that. The student loan industry is a nationalized, state-run industry functioning in collusion with the banksters and the educationist wing of the new clerisy. Not being dischargeable through bankruptcy, student loans are modern-day indentured servitude. No way they’re going to give up that win-win scenario for the […]

No Return to Normal

By Troy Southgate Tens of millions are labouring under the false impression that the current state of emergency is about to come to an end and that things will soon return to ‘normal’. If these people had paid more attention to history, rather than eagerly consuming anything which […]

COVID-19 School Cancellations in Every State

The current crisis hasn’t only produced bad things. It has also produced many good things: school cancelations, prisoner releases, reductions in pollution, fewer traffic accidents, the oil industry tanking, rising class consciousness, politicians increasingly exposed as petty tyrants and incompetent morons, pro-civil liberties protests, greater levels of mutual […]