The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler

Horny Teacher Sentenced to Prison

  America’s public education system is run by perverts. Consider the case of Oklahoma science teacher Hunter Day. In 2014, at age 19, she married Tyler Day, a 6-foot-tall athlete who played linebacker for the University of Central Oklahoma. Her husband became a coach at Yukon High School, where she was hired to teach science […]

Maximum Punitive Damages: Jury Rains Fire and Brimstone on Oberlin College

Oberlin Dean of Students Meredith Raimondo (photo by Bob Perkoski). Iran attacked oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, which might lead to war, but that’s trivial compared to the big news from Ohio today: The jury just rendered its verdict on punitive damages in the Gibson’s Bakery v. Oberlin College case. Daniel McGraw, our […]

Oberlin President Says College’s Deficit Is ‘Unsustainable … We Will Not Exist’

  Oberlin College President Carmen Twillie Ambar testfied Wednesday as the lawsuit by Gibson’s Bakery has reached the punitive damages phase: It was an odd day in the Ohio courtroom today. Oberlin College, which got socked with an $11.2 million verdict last week for their role in defaming a small business as racist, spent half […]

WOW! Ohio Jury Delivers $11 Million Verdict Against Oberlin College

In November 2016, Jonathan Aladin, a black student at Oberlin College, was caught shoplifting at Gibson’s Bakery near the campus of the elite private school, and two other black Oberlin students, Endia Lawrence and Cecelia Whettstone, were charged with attacking one of the bakery owners who tried to apprehend the thief. Activists with the #BlackLivesMatter […]

Sociology Professor Who Quoted ‘Red Pill’ Sites Forced Out of Canadian University

  In 2011, University of New Brunswick sociology professor Ricardo Duchesne published The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, a critique of multiculturalism. In 2017, Professor Duchesne published Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age: At this pivotal moment in recent Western history, Richard Duchesne tackles what may be the most crucial question for people of European descent: […]

NYC Schools Face Lawsuit Charging Discrimination Against Whites

The New York Post reports: Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza’s crusade against “toxic” whiteness at the city Department of Education created an “Us vs. Them’’ culture that saw three longtime officials demoted in favor of less-qualified persons of color, a blockbuster $90 million lawsuit claims. “If you draw a paycheck from DOE … get on board […]

Which Lunatics Are Running the Asylum?

  Meet Cassidy Leigh “Cas” Barbour (pronouns “he/him/his”), a Peer Advisor at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, where “he” is majoring in Communication Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies. “Cas” first came out as bisexual at age 11, identified as “gay” at age 12, and at age 18, decided she was actually “he.” Now calling […]

History and the High Price of Forgetting

  Have you ever read Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War? Probably no one should ever hold any important office, or even dare to comment on public affairs, who has not studied that great lesson. What Thucydides records is nothing less than the ruin of ancient Greece, the civilization which first developed democracy as a […]

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