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International Students Quit: ‘This Isn’t Sweden’
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International Students Quit: ‘This Isn’t Sweden’
October 10, 2020

International students at the Dalarna University in Borlänge do not want to live in the student residence which is offered to them in the immigrant suburb Tjärna Ängar, also known as “Little Mogadishu”. That is what a representative for Dalarna’s student union wrote in a letter to the university’s board.

‘I Am White, Therefore a Racist’ Declares Liberal Professor, in Latest Proof U.S. Academics Are Fueling Racial Tensions
October 9, 2020

Thousands of liberal professors who are now serving the half-baked claim that America is a cauldron of racism should take a much-needed sabbatical from their disconnected ivy towers for a reality check.

‘I Am White, Therefore a Racist’ Declares Liberal Professor, in Latest Proof U.S. Academics Are Fueling Racial Tensions
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Gallup: Americans Tend to Trust Only News That Confirms Their Beliefs; Highly Educated Americans Are by Far the Most Closed-Minded Group
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Gallup: Americans Tend to Trust Only News That Confirms Their Beliefs; Highly Educated Americans Are by Far the Most Closed-Minded Group
September 27, 2020

Whatever democracy America might once have had is gone now. It has become replaced by a land of mass-deceptions, which are bought and sold.

A Pro-Trans, Anti-Parent Conspiracy
August 27, 2020

Here is a good example of how the public schools can conspire against parents to help your adolescent child turn trans.

A Pro-Trans, Anti-Parent Conspiracy
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Why Is the BBC Promoting Identity Politics?
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Why Is the BBC Promoting Identity Politics?
August 10, 2020

For the BBC to be further perpetuating the critical race theory myth of ‘white privilege’ adds insult to injury. To suggest ‘privilege’ is primarily based on skin colour is overly simplistic and, frankly, somewhat racist.

#CancelYale
June 22, 2020

Elihu Yale was certainly that: a slave trader, and a cruel man. Yale University bears his name because he was an early benefactor of the school.

#CancelYale
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In the War for Social Justice, Academic Freedom Is an Early Casualty
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In the War for Social Justice, Academic Freedom Is an Early Casualty
June 14, 2020

In the war for social justice, academic freedom is an early casualty. Consider the plight of UCLA Accounting Professor Gordon Klein.

Norman Rockwell & the Rediscovery of America’s Moral Compass
December 26, 2019

Born in New York in 1894, Norman Rockwell was inspired by the contemporary illustrations of Joseph Leyendecker and Howard Chandler Christie and especially the Dutch school of Vermeer and Rembrandt.

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