"50" as in one for each state.
The College Board proceeds on its accelerating march toward total bogosity.
Meanwhile, I am rooting for the existing college admissions process to become discredited. I was glad to see it take a hit with this year’s scandal. I hope that the “adversity score” deals another blow.
Mr. Holzhauer is quite the sight to see.
"She's a poster girl for the meat-free revolution. But in a shocking confession, cookery author and social media guru VIRPI MIKKONEN, 39, admits it ruined her health (so she's eating burgers!)"
This is not the first such story I've seen recently.
It's just so difficult being a good Progressive.
The author this piece, David Gelernter, is a distinguished scholar, a bit of whose work I've read, and I'm inclined to trust him. But I found the piece very surprising.
Darwinian evolution is a brilliant and beautiful scientific theory. Once it was a daring guess. Today it is basic to the credo that defines the modern worldview. Accepting the theory as settled truth—no more subject to debate than the earth being round or the sky blue or force being mass times acceleration—certifies that you are devoutly orthodox in your scientific views; which in turn is an essential first step towards being taken seriously in any part of modern intellectual life. But what if Darwin was wrong?
A quick look 0n the Web turned up this piece, which argues that the Cambrian Explosion does not, in fact, "challenge the fundamental correctness of the central thesis of evolution."
UPDATE: link to second article now included.
People--surprise!--traveled outside of Philly to buy their soda.
But just wait until Liberals give us a world government and they impose a soda tax in every populated place on the planet. Then it'll work!!
UPDATE: link included now.
Pamela--related to Professor Peter Gordon, I presume?--argues that "perhaps the worst cronyism involves the public schools".
She's got that right.