Kerry McDonald has been knocking it out of the ballpark this week. If you’ve heard the proposal that schools be mandated to teach patriotic content to their students, she warns that you might want to think twice before embracing it. Patriotic content should be taught by someone or something other than government-controlled institutions.
To get a sense of how far the sickness psychosis has spread, check out Robbie Soave’s story about an online student at NYU who was was suspended for attending a rooftop party at his apartment. What would possess administrators to think they must punish someone who isn’t even living or attending classes on campus–after cashing his tuition check, of course?
How crazy can it get? Sneak a quick peek at Australia and you’ll see what medical-based tyranny looks like. Zero Hedge reports that authorities Down Under are pushing for ways to punish WrongThinkers who depart from the officially approved narrative.
Ready to take a quick trip down the rabbit hole? Let’s go! Art Carden has a thought-provoking essay that asks a very interesting question: What’s the right mix of money and drugs for your employees? It’s a fascinating examination of how people tend to get more productive as their options improve.
The smoke that fills our skies is a good indicator that something ain’t quite right. But why are those fires hitting California so much harder than other parts of the U.S.? Jon Miltimore has a great explanation.