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Stanley Kurtz

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U.S. Students on Track to Learn America Is to Blame for 9/11

As America looks back on the September 11 terrorist attack that changed the nation, the direction of education in the country seems on track to ensure that U.S. students either forget that day entirely or view it as a result of America’s own failure to be open and accepting of other cultures.

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California Poised to Approve Far-Left K-12 Curriculum

Though it may seem hard to believe, California is on the verge of approving a K-12 curriculum for public schools that is even further left-leaning than its current program of instruction.

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Conservative Victory on AP US History Framework? Not So Fast

Last week, Danniel Henninger, deputy editor of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial page, cited recent changes the College Board made to the Advanced Placement U.S. History (APUSH) framework as a “victory” for conservatives. Experts on the framework, however, think that is quite a stretch.

President Barack Obama speaks with Edmundo Hidalgo (R), CEO of Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) and David Adame (2nd R) of CPLC, alongside Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro (L), during a neighborhood stop to highlight his administration's home purchase and refinancing policies in Phoenix, Arizona, January 8, 2015. …

War on Suburbs: Obama, Julian Castro Rev Up Affirmative Action Housing

The confluence of a Supreme Court that decides it has the power to legislate, a pro-active politicized bureaucracy at HUD that is betting the court will help it end-run Congress, and a Congress that allows itself to be manipulated by allowing its own independent agency to usurp its legislative function confirms that the federal government in its entirety has now merely become yet another arm of the Democratic Party.