In Nyköping, Sweden, a debate erupted last month over the appropriateness of a “smiling vagina” mural in a junior high school. The artist, Carolina Falkholt, painted the mural on a staircase in […]
If you haven’t seen this unforgettable welcoming speech to Georgia Tech students, you must watch. And if you have seen it … enjoy it again. The speaker is GT student […]
I worry a lot. I’m always worrying about something. I’m really good at. Worrywart for hire! Today I’m worrying about how on earth my grandkids are going to get a […]
You surely must have seen this by now, but in case you haven’t, it’s a must see … or listen.
Before anyone else posts this and starts teasing me about the state of education in Oklahoma, my old home state, I’m going to post it myself. This is the sign […]
I have restrained myself for approximately four years, so I’m giving myself permission to rant again about a particular pet peeve of mine. Back in 2008 I wrote: When reporters […]
If you’re interested in the issue of evolution vs. creation (aka intelligent design) and its place in our schools, check out Amy Greene’s op-ed piece from yesterday’s New York Times: […]
Well, it’s happened again. A school principal, rather than dealing first-hand with a discipline problem at his school, opted instead to call the police. The student in this case was […]