Education

A recall election in California is scheduled for September 14th. If California voters choose to replace Gavin Newsom, the most likely candidate to be the next governor of California would be Larry Elder, a famous black conservative. What are the odds of Elder’s winning and what would an Elder governorship be like? For the entire […]

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Oklahoma University is the biggest university in Oklahoma (with the state’s most famous football team). But what’s the state of freedom of speech at Oklahoma University? To read the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published July 13th, 2021, on VDARE.COM.

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Critical Race Theory has become a controversial part of our education system, and a number of Americans have spoken out against it at school board meetings. One of these persons was Xi Van Fleet, a Chinese immigrant, who likened Critical Race Theory to Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution in China. For the entire blog entry, click […]

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A family vacation is a great way of learning about, teaching, and appreciating American history and heritage, which is very important today. Our family recently visited the Cumberland Gap, an important site in American history. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published June 9th, 2021, on US Incorporated.

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Allan on May 30th, 2021

My first VDARE article was published twenty years ago, on May 30th, 2001. Now it’s May 30th, 2021. Here is a retrospective of the past twenty years writing for VDARE. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published May 29th, 2021, on VDARE.COM.

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Classic literature used to be a pillar of education. Now it’s being minimized by “Young Adult Literature” and the PC mob which wants to keep it out of the curriculum. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January 2nd, 2021, on VDARE.COM.

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American textbooks display anti-Western bias, and so do textbooks in Norway.   A Norwegian researcher has analyzed nine Norwegian textbooks (six for high school and three for elementary school) and describes their anti-Western bias in the presentation of history. After all, if kids can be taught to hate Western Civilization, they won’t defend it. For the […]

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The Oklahoma City school board has voted unanimously to change the names of three schools named after Confederate generals. One of these schools is named after Oklahoma’s own Stand Watie, a Cherokee Confederate General. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog by Allan Wall, published October 26th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

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The 17th Annual “White Privilege Conference” was recently held in Philadelphia.  The Daily Caller reported on the ideas shared by Dr. Heather Hackman, including her definition of “white supremacy”. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published April 20th, 2016, on VDARE.COM.  

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Allan on September 23rd, 2015

The story about Ahmed Mohamed, the high school student in Irving, Texas who brought a bomb-like clock to school and got arrested, has become a cause célèbre  used to accuse people of   racism and Islamophobia.  In reality the hysteria  over the case reveals the ideological and even regional biases of those who are going on about […]

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