Samuel R. Staley
| Monday October 28, 2019 at 11:14 AM PDT
The political roots of the modern school-choice movement are still poorly understood nearly thirty years after the first publicly funded private-school voucher program was established in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1990. Miss Virginia, a narrative film in select theaters and Amazon Prime, helps fill this void, offering a rare look at the political realities underlying...Read More »
| Tuesday February 19, 2019 at 10:31 AM PST
U.S. government-sponsored student loan debt has become an escalating problem for the finances of many American households.
| Thursday January 17, 2013 at 5:59 PM PST
The good news from the NAS study of American history survey courses: if Hayek was right, then American college graduates–the next generation–will learn a lot about racial oppression, class, and gender (all from a left-wing perspective) but precious little about State Power. Forget what you think of State Power (force for good or source of evil). Americans will know NOTHING. I’ll venture they know nothing already. . .
What do readers think? Is it better that Americans know little about history? Is it better than having them learn Zinn-style history on issues unrelated to race, class, gender?