We never needed the legion of diversicrat fifth wheels. Now, anyone who cares to look will see that they are getting paid for doing nothing.
The National Association of Scholars has always thought that large
numbers of higher education administrators were—deadwood? Pernicious?
Disastrous in their effects on students, as they sent them off on jolly
Red Guardish consciousness-raising spring breaks? Some misbegotten laboratory experiment, that crossbred Tammany Hall, OGPU commissars, and the Golgafrincham Ark Fleet Ship B?
The coronavirus allows us to put it more simply: the diversity bureaucrats, and all their cronies, are dispensable.
Diversity Weekends, with all the supplies and busywork needed to make them happen? No students, no staffers, no weekend festivity. Multicultural Film Festivals? Screening canceled, screening canceled, no film at eleven. The lectures on microaggressions have been preempted by microbes—invisible beasties which actually do cause harm. The Bias Response Teams must satisfy themselves with screenshots of professors lecturing from their laptops. The service-learning spring break became a staycation. Our colleges scramble to perform their essential function—teaching—and the emergency makes starkly clear just how useless are the diversity bureaucrats larded through higher education administration.
Posted onMarch 31, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on 1946: The Greatest Depression in US History (prior to 2020) – Video
Historians completely ignore the 1946 Great Depression, which was statistically worse than the Great Depression of 1929-1941*. The was a huge drop in GDP and GNP, and it’s been getting worse every time the US government revises its official statistics. Today, we’re going to cover the history of the Greatest Depression in US history (at least, prior to 2020, which might be worse).
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Posted onMarch 30, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on Cortés Meets Montezuma // Cortés’ letters // 8th November 1519 (Video)
In the early Sixteenth Century a force of hundreds overcame an empire of millions. This is the story of one of the most momentous events of the Spanish Conquest of the Aztec Empire – the meeting of Spanish leader Hernán Cortés, an obscure career soldier from the Castilian badlands, and Montezuma, the ruler of the Aztec Triple Alliance, a man revered as a god upon earth by his millions of subjects.
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Posted onMarch 29, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on Complete Classic Movie: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)
Three years after the Jurassic World theme park was closed down, Owen and Claire return to Isla Nublar to save the dinosaurs when they learn that a once dormant volcano on the island is active and is threatening to extinguish all life there. Along the way, Owen sets out to find Blue, his lead raptor, and discovers a conspiracy that could disrupt the natural order of the entire planet. Life has found a way, again.
Posted onMarch 29, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on Glorious Ancient Greece | Incredible Ruins, Archaeology Discoveries and Huge Monuments (Video)
Some ancient ruins in Greece are so staggering they defy belief. It’s imposing structures, incredible architecture and precision engineering have stood the test of time. But, whilst there are many places in this proud country that host must-see archaeological gems, not all were built by Greek architects. As you will see some were built by their rivals of the time the Romans, who were also well known for exquisite and elaborate building techniques.
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Posted onMarch 29, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on Deadliest Journeys – Papua New Guinea (Documentary)
Papua New Guinea is one of the world’s last lawless lands lying 150 kilometres north of Australia. The town of Lae is the economic capital of the country here it more commonly goes by the name “Pothole city”. It’s a sorry sight with its battered roads it’s packed mini buses and it’s extreme levels of poverty. In the streets uncertainty reigns and the police are ineffective trying to keep law and order the locals call upon private security companies.
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Posted onMarch 28, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on Video: Major Tech Companies Kowtow to China’s Communist Party, Just Like Huawei—Roslyn Layton [CPAC 2020]
In this episode of American Thought Leaders ??, we sit down with Dr. Roslyn Layton, a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and the co-founder of China Tech Threat. She is also a visiting researcher at Aalborg University Center for Communication, Media, and Information Technologies and a vice president at Strand Consult, both in Denmark.
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The higher education establishment will use the coronavirus emergency
to double down on their dependence on China. This is precisely the
Of course, everybody in the establishment
takes the coronavirus emergency as a reason to push for what they
already wanted. Higher education’s spokesmen want colleges and
universities to keep on doing what they’ve already done—and to have the federal government pick up the tab.
But neither the federal government nor the states have pockets deep up
enough to answer every call for help—and with a depression suddenly
looming, a great many calls for help are rising up. The universities
will have to look elsewhere for money.
They already get a great deal of money from China.
A madman unleashes a biological weapon powerful enough to wipe out life on earth in this apocalyptic horror story. As the flesh-eating bacteria spreads, people drop like flies and a top secret military team is called in to stop the outbreak. But the maniac may just succeed: By the time the experts are called in, the contagion has taken on a life of its own. Alison Whitney, Benjamin Kanes, Miya Sagara and Andrew Kranz star.
Jan 20, 2016– The inaugural lecture of the School of Public Policy’s Wilburn Distinguished Lecture Series on Politics and Policy featured British historian and biographer Andrew Roberts. Roberts spoke about his most recent book Napoleon the Great (the American edition is titled Napoleon: A Life), which was awarded the 2015 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for best biography.