The Hell Below

by baldilocks Below Florida, that is. Michael Totten documents his visit to Castro’s Cuba: I had to lie to get into the country. Customs and immigration officials at Havana’s tiny, dreary José Martí International Airport would have evicted me had they known I was a journalist. But not even a total-surveillance police state can keep … Continue reading The Hell Below

What Higher Education Should Be – But Isn’t

When you think of higher education, you think of someone who is enlightened. That doesn’t mean someone looking through the world with tunnel vision so that everything but a narrow path to light is blocked off. Higher education leads students forward into a world where there are people of all races, all creeds, all nationalities, … Continue reading What Higher Education Should Be – But Isn’t

Give Homeschoolers a Break

Amid talk of vouchers and charter schools, the Trump administration should consider significant tax breaks for homeschoolers. The reasons for homeschooling vary. Some parents want to emphasize a religious education for their children. Others want to avoid the left-leaning indoctrination of public schools. Still others face inadequate or unsafe schools. According to the National Home … Continue reading Give Homeschoolers a Break

The #Unexpectedly Chronicles The Clinton Foundation Cash Cow suddenly losing a Big International Donor Update: or 2

For years whenever conservatives referred to the Clinton Foundation as a money mill we were derided by both Clinton's defenders and the press that assured us that regardless of the number of flights, five star hotels, expensive meals and booze that the Clinton Foundation covered for Bill, Hillary & Company, it was all about good … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles The Clinton Foundation Cash Cow suddenly losing a Big International Donor Update: or 2