By Katie Rose Guest Pryal The Chronicle of Higher Education When I left for college decades ago, I carried with me a bag of birth-control pills. In graduate school, I got the first of many IUDs. Throughout my educational career, I had the privilege of knowing that even if […]
Robby Soave makes the case that the Biden Administration’s new Title IX change is a ‘war on men.’
The Chronicle of Higher Education ‘ROE’ OVERTURNED Supreme Court Ruling Will Upend Reproductive Rights for College Students and Complicate Medical Training By Katherine Mangan The overturning of “Roe v. Wade” will frustrate colleges’ efforts to retain students who are pregnant or who have small children. BACKGROUNDER | OPINION […]
Keith, Swithun, Terminal Philosophy and Todd will be discussing the crisis in education that is brewing with culminating in the recent shortage of teachers.
By Andrew Sullivan, Weekly Dish The British writer talks about the moral tensions of the modern economy. David Goodhart is a British journalist. In 1995 he founded Prospect, the center-left political magazine, where he served as editor for 15 years, and then became the director of Demos, the […]
By PharmaHeretic In the previous part of this series, I wrote about how housing polices of countries in the anglosphere have been optimized to benefit those who have lots of money rather than satisfying the housing needs of the median person in those places. That is why housing […]
A problem that I see with a lot of contemporary Western feminism is that if society was as sexist as they claim it is this would be impossible. LA Progressive In the last week of her life, my mother extracted a promise from me. “Make sure,” she said, […]
Millennials and Gen Zers are getting swindled by the biggest scam in higher education By James S. Murphy It’s graduation season. Over the past couple of weeks, some 2 million college students have earned their bachelor’s degrees and headed off to the next stage of their lives. For […]
Author of Supreme Disorder, and former senior lecturer at Georgetown University Law Center, Ilya Shapiro, breaks down his decision to resign from Georgetown University.
By Robert Thornett, Quillette My graduating class of 1995 was one of the last to start college without the Internet. The first browser, Netscape Mosaic, came along in 1993, but there wasn’t yet much to browse. Writing papers required finding physical copies of books and journals in the […]
Author and organizer Astra Taylor criticizes President Biden’s alleged plan to cancel $10,000 of student debt per borrower.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by Washington Post economics reporter Jeff Stein to get the details of Biden’s proposal to cancel $10K per person in student debt through executive action
By Keri Smith There is No Excuse for a Public School to Instruct 10-13 Year Olds to Paint Sexualized & Ideological Symbology I spoke last week at the Georgetown City Council about social justice and the Gender Ideology / Grooming Mural erected by Forbes Middle School, Georgetown ISD […]
Yes, cancel some debt, but NOT WITHOUT ALSO addressing the broken education scam system as well. Just cancelling some debt TODAY doesn’t fix the ongoing root problem of people feeling like they have no choice but to be fleeced into debt for a chance at a credential-inflated future.
The familiar list of college expenses have led, semester by semester, to America’s current $1.7 trillion-dollar student loan debt. Tuition and other costs will soon enough create a similar burden for today’s students, but many want to upend the cycle.
Krystal dives into the big business that school safety has become and how they have profited immensely from bipartisan legislation passed to address school shootings
Imagine agonizing over a policy that would make you more popular and possibly save your party from being destroyed in the upcoming elections.
I love how Kyle’s solution to everything is just ‘be a mafia boss’.
Julia Manchester and Rachel Bovard discuss the GOP’s reliance on culture war issues in the lead up to the 2022 midterms.
Someone on another thread described exactly what Tomi does: simping for the Oligarchs.
Krystal examines the changing dynamics of the working class caused by the growth in college educated youth taking up working class jobs and leading labor union drives
AOC’s Response To Americans Who’ve Already Paid Off Student Loans: Not Every Program Is For Everyone
Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave debate student loan debt cancellation.
Krystal looks back on the false bill of goods sold to students by Bill Clinton and the neoliberal establishment who saddled entire generations with student debt burdens on their future
On The Realignment Podcast, Saagar and Marshall Kosloff debate the policy decisions Biden should make to address student debt now that he is considering widespread loan forgiveness
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky take a look at the week ahead in politics.
Emily Jashinsky makes the case that the Biden administration’s proposed changes to how the Department of Education interprets Title IX will hurt students.
Krystal and Saagar go back and forth on the legislation passed in Florida concerning Disney after the company came out against the recent legislation on parental rights in education and school curriculums
The public education system in the US needs to be completely torn down and reworked from top to bottom.
Will Jawando and Denise Long debate whether police presence makes schools safer.
Krystal and Saagar have an extended debate about student debt cancellation on a political level and on the policy proposals themselves now that Biden has expressed openness to loan forgiveness
The only issue I have with student loan debt forgiveness is that we need a plan to prevent this from becoming an issue again in the future. Politicians are interested in the benefits for them about forgiving student debt, but they also need to do a ton of […]
Briahna Joy Gray makes the definitive case for cancelling student loan debt.
“Governments don’t want a population capable of critical thinking, they want obedient workers, people just smart enough to run the machines and just dumb enough to passively accept their situation.” George Carlin
A public university in Ohio will pay a professor $400,000 after disciplining him for refusing to use a transgender student’s pronouns
By Amir Vera, Jenn Selva and Claudia Dominguez, CNN (CNN)A public university in southern Ohio has agreed to pay a professor $400,000 after it disciplined him four years ago for refusing to use a transgender student’s preferred pronouns, according to Shawnee State University and a news release from […]
They’re projecting. Even the author said his book has nothing to do with LGBT rights and ideologies.
By Michael Lind, Tablet How the foundation-NGO complex quashed innovative thinking and open debate, first on the American right and now on the center-left. I have never liked the term “public intellectual,” but like its 19th-century predecessor, “publicist,” it describes a social type that plays a useful role […]
By Ariel Zilber New York Post Elon Musk has launched a $41 billion bid to buy Twitter, saying the proposed deal is part of his plan to bring “free speech around the globe.” Musk’s offer price of $54.20 per share, which comes just days after he rejected a […]
John Iadarola and Rachel Bovard react to shocking new data about teen mental health.
Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave react to viral video from Ben Shapiro’s appearance at a North Carolina ‘Men Cannot Be Women’ event.
Saagar takes viewers through the saga of college freshmen from UChicago humiliating Brian Stelter and other establishment media figures that went super viral over the past few days
Has Megyn forgot all about when SHE was a snot nose kid?? Now she’s a snot nose adult, it should be relatable.
By Andrew Romano West Coast Correspondent, Yahoo News According to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll, more than three-quarters of Republicans (76%) support Florida’s controversial new “Don’t Say Gay” measure, which seeks to silence any discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity in public elementary school classrooms by allowing […]
This is just going to be his recurring way to ‘deal’ with student loans until the midterms end
In January medical ethics professor Aaron Kheriaty was fired by the University of California-Irvine for violating the mandate that all university employees be vaccinated against COVID-19. Kheriaty’s argument that since he’d already contracted COVID so his so-called “natural immunity” should serve just as well as the vaccine, if […]
Robby Soave criticizes Washington D.C.’s school mask policy as illogical.
Briahna Joy Gray reacts to the Biden administration’s extension of the federal student loan repayment pause.
Dems can’t run on telling us that “our vote is the difference between fascism and democracy” like they did in 2020. I think many have realized that our system runs on the mantra of “same shit, different leader.”
Robby Soave previews the cancellation of a Jewish art exhibit at Princeton University.
By W. James Antle III The Week The gay rights debates of the 1990s and early 2000s ended with a whimper. Less than a decade after “values voters” were said to have swung the White House to George W. Bush for a second term over their opposition to […]
Robby Soave questions why colleges and universities in the U.S. continue to implement mask mandates.