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Segregation Alive and Well in Progressive School System
A Nova Scotia high school plans to offer an Africentric math course to tempt its black students into STEM subjects. The class at Auburn Drive High School will use “cultural characteristics, lived experiences, and perspectives of African Nova Scotia students as a means to teach.” Unlike the regular math class, it will also be “supplemented with hands-on community-based experiences.” The theory is that teaching black teens math and other academic subjects within an African framework, such as using Egyptian pyramid measurements to teach trigonometry, will reduce elevated dropout rates among black students by engaging them more than the existing ‘Eurocentric’ curriculum and instilling a sense of ethnic pride. To read more click here.
Californian Pardons – What about the Victims?
California Governor Jerry Brown has taken an audacious step towards protecting Californians. Last week, he decided to pardon five illegal immigrants who committed other crimes while residing in the United States. It was a brave move that earned the ire of backward-thinking people who dare to believe that it is more important to protect law-abiding citizens instead of criminals.President Donald Trump, in a stunning display of ignorance, lashed out at the California Governor for his decision. To read more click here.
Are Victims Automatically Good?
In the wake of the Parkland shooting, a select group of survivors toured around the nation and were showcased by the leftist media in a concerted push to ban guns. The narrative that they advance is that we should let youth be our moral guide, especially those who are victims of terrible crimes such as a school shooting. But does victimhood automatically make people moral beacons that we must obey? To read more click here.