Harvard Preps Students for Ideological Confrontation with Their Families

If you are running a cult, your best means of preserving loyalty is to not let your followers leave the compound. But if you have to let them out of your sight, it is important that you prepare them to stay true to the faith by teaching them what to say. That will prepare them for ideological confrontation. If they start arguments, they are less likely to let their guard down and let their parents influence them. Thus, Reason.com reports, Fearful that students heading home for the holidays will Read more […]

Harvard Promotes Big Business, Big Government Cronyism

By conferring a teaching position on Eric Cantor, Harvard promotes Big Business politics that the voters are rejecting. One of the greatest victories won against the establishment political class  in the United States was the defeat of Eric Cantor by David Brat. Brat ran an anti-cronyism, anti-corruption campaign and Cantor’s campaign had no idea how appealing that was to voters, even when confronted with evidence. The mainstream press sobbed in print out of pity for Big Business after Read more […]

Harvard Profs Taste Their Own Obamacare Medicine; Don’t Like It

Obamacare has come to the Harvard Profs and they are angry at having to suffer under their own “genius.” I know I shouldn’t laugh… I really shouldn’t. It’s simply sad, but… it provides me with at least a tiny ray of hope that perhaps… just perhaps… a few of them will finally awaken from their mental captivity to nonsense. I know… it’s a long-shot, but I can hope. From the New York Times: “Harvard Ideas on Health Care Hit Home, Hard.” For years, Harvard’s experts on Read more […]

Harvard Profs Hate Federal Interference at University

They accuse Federal interference of doing away with due process for those accused of sexual crimes at colleges. I am tempted to scorn these Harvard professors who have been cheerleaders and architects for all sorts of usurpations of the Federal government in our lives. Let them drink their own medicine! I do find it delicious that these Harvard profs are basically taking the same position as George Will! But the fact is that the issue is so important I’d rather encourage these men Read more […]

Justina Pelletier Is Still Held Captive by the Government-Medical Complex

Howie Carr of WRKO interviewed Justina Pelletier’s father, Lou. When I wrote about this story back in February (and followed up a few days later) I never imagined this farce could continue.  But it has continued. Scott Lazarowitz at the Lewrockwell.com  blog makes several observations about this interview: My immediate take after hearing the interview: 1. The “doctors” really are, in my view, religiously devoted to their ideology of “somatoform disorder” and “behavior modification,” Read more […]

Even Establishment Economists See The Bank Run Coming…

I’ve said it, and you don’t listen to me… so how about when a former Harvard economics professor says it, on PBS? Before I explain, let me disclose that I have been a stopped clock of criticism of the Federal Reserve for half a decade. That’s because I believe that when the Fed intervenes in markets, it has two effects — both negative. First, it decreases overall wealth by distorting markets and causing bad investment decisions. Second, the members of the Fed become reverse Robin Hoods as Read more […]

Harvard Students Major in Anti-Semitism

Harvard has the reputation of being one of the best universities in the country. The more I hear about what goes on there, the more I have to wonder why. In an incident early this month, a group called the Harvard Palestine Solidarity Committee placed fliers under the dormitory doors of Jewish students. The fliers claimed the Jewish students’ dorms were scheduled to be demolished, and the Jews were being evicted. The fliers said, in part, “We regret to inform you that your suite is scheduled Read more […]

Elena Kagan is the Fox in the Hen House

“In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.” — Franklin D. Roosevelt As the Supreme Court conveniently looks at the issue of homosexual marriage, the Obama administration is asking the Supreme Court to strike down the federal law defining marriage as a union between only a man and a woman. The specific issue the Supreme Court will be deciding on is the Defense of Marriage Act, passed in 1996 to protect marriage as between a man and a Read more […]

America’s Marxist Educational Model Wins Elections

As far back as I can remember I’ve heard the often repeated phrase, “As the twig is bent so grows the tree.” I later learned that the phrase’s origin can be traced back to Alexander Pope in his Epistle to Cobham (1734): ‘Tis Education forms the vulgar mind; Juft as the Twig is bent, the Tree’s inclin’d. America’s earliest founders understood this. After first establishing houses and places of worship, they next began to attend to education. Harvard was established in 1636. The Massachusetts Read more […]

Beware of Liberals Calling for ‘Tolerance’

Liberals have never been a tolerant bunch. They support the killing of pre-born babies. They want laws passed forcing companies to hire people who engage in immoral sexual practices. This is all done in the name of “tolerance,” but it’s nothing of the sort. Taking money from people for public education is not being tolerant to the people who don’t have children going to a government school and are paying for a private school education. It’s double taxation without representation. Don’t Read more […]

Obama is the Ivy-league Educated Al Sharpton

With the recent release of videos documenting Barack Hussein Obama’s black militancy our President’s agenda is finally being revealed to the world. The only difference between Barack Obama and Al Sharpton is an Ivy-league education, a rap sheet and a religious disguise. In all fairness it seems President Obama has better taste in clothes and hairstyle, but culture aside there isn’t a sliver of sunlight separating either black activist’s ideologies. To truly understand the Obama/Sharpton Read more […]

The Imitation of Art and Life

Not long after an individual begins to study art and culture, an age-old question comes to mind: Does art imitate life or does life imitate art? Although it is often claimed to be a “rhetorical” question, it does have an answer. In fact, like everything else in this world, the answer that is given to this question ultimately depends on the answer given to another question: Was man created in the image of God, or is he merely the result of time and random happenstance? A wrong answer to this second Read more […]