Monthly Archives: August 2010
The Oregon teacher who declared his mission to “dismantle and demolish” the Tea Party movement resigned before getting the ax, a school spokeswoman told FoxNews.com. “He resigned earlier this week, on Monday,” Maureen Wheeler of the Beaverton… Continue reading
“Michelle Obama – half of the coolest couple on the face of the Earth and possibly the most beautiful first lady ever. Standing at 5?11”, she’s as tall as a supermodel, she’s a trained lawyer and… Continue reading
-From The UK
Veterans have demanded a woman be jailed later this week after she was caught urinating on a war memorial, and then performing a sex act
Wendy Lewis was branded “Britain’s most disgusting person” after admitting… Continue reading
“Most Students Think Beethoven Is a Dog”
By Karin Zeitvogel (AFP) – 19 hours ago
WASHINGTON — Most young Americans entering university this year can’t write in cursive, think email is too slow, that Beethoven’s a dog and Michelangelo a computer virus, according to an annual list compiled by two academics at a US college.
To students who will get their bachelor’s degrees in 2014, Czechoslovakia has never existed, Fergie is a pop singer, not a duchess; Clint Eastwood is a sensitive movie director, not Dirty Harry; and John McEnroe stars in TV ads, not on the tennis court, Beloit College’s “Mindset” list says.
The Mindset list was first compiled in 1998, for the class of 2002, by Beloit humanities professor Tom McBride and former public affairs director Ron Nief.
An investment company executive was arrested Tuesday after DNA recovered from a female co-worker’s water bottle revealed he allegedly put semen into a bottle that she later drank from, prosecutors say.
Michael Kevin Lallana, 31, of Fullerton, a field director… Continue reading
Today on the Jett and Jahn Podcast, I sat down to read a chapter of Dr. E. Michael Jones’s book, The Slaughter of Cities: Urban Renewal As Ethnic Cleansing.
This book discusses why today Whites live in suburbs and gated communities.
Today and myself and Jett Rink sat down to read a college essay which was pushing the idea of more female math teachers.
Jett and I read the article and discussed it, briefly. The essay is by Heidi Crain… Continue reading