‘Woke’ Journalists Feast on the Corpses of Their Editors

The late sixties and early seventies were heady times for journalists. America’s leading newspapers covered the anti-Vietnam War protests, the rising “counterculture” and the descending Richard Nixon. Newspaper reporting was glamorous, attracting many students who trooped into schools of journalism. They landed poorly paid but prestigious jobs at the New York Times, the Washington Post, … Read more

The Bleak World of Post-Coronavirus Schools

The segment of society that was least prepared for the Coronavirus crisis was education. The whole education model – public, parochial, and private – involves bringing together children from many families into a single room. Everything from circle rugs in preschools to the large university classes in lecture halls shares this common characteristic. Free Book: … Read more