“There is no such thing as a worthless degree”

“There is no such thing as a worthless degree”

Below is an interview between Peter Schiff and some typical leftoid bimbo from the Progressive Policy Institute. I was not very familiar with Schiff prior to finding this interview, but on the topic of worthless degrees I am in total agreement with him. Government guarantees are the leading cause of…

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Peter Thiel on the foolishness of the current education system

Peter Thiel on the foolishness of the current education system

In my last post I wrote about women making back decisions with respect to education thanks to a report on student debt differences between men and women. However, it is also not the best deal for men either, even if they tend to get more valuable degrees on average. Gaining…

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Women and the University

Women and the University

An article recently came out lamenting that a larger number of women were incurring student loan debt and that debt was larger per capita among women than men. It is based on a report (click this, the graphs are worth looking at) by the “American Association of University Women.”  Certainly this…

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Standardized Tests and Propaganda

Standardized Tests and Propaganda

Now that I am finished writing my book and it is in the process of being published I have been looking for a more traditional vocation. While I look for another job, or possibly start up a business, I have been doing 1 on 1 tutoring sessions for high school…

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How Standardized Testing Undervalues Men

How Standardized Testing Undervalues Men

This is a modified excerpt from Smart and Sexy by Roderick Kaine. IQ testing and research has been around for over 100 years. Though it is often a controversial issue, the fact remains that more than any other psychological trait studied, IQ scores contain a remarkable amount of predictive power…

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A review of “Speak” by Laurie Halse Anderson

A review of “Speak” by Laurie Halse Anderson

There are minor spoilers. This book isn’t worth reading so I wouldn’t worry about that. In high school, which was quite a long time ago, my entire class was required read the book “speak” by Laurie Anderson. A 13 year old girl goes to a party at the beginning of the story,…

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