May 26, 2017

To My Students: Farewell For Now…

May 24, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    The end of the school year is a bittersweet time for teachers. It’s satisfying to bring to an end a year of hard work. That engenders a feeling of accomplishment, of completion. But it’s always sad, because very soon, our classes will meet for the final [Read More]


Comic Writings For 2016-2017

May 19, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    I think it time I veer away from the political carnage and enjoy a laugh or two. Each year I post the inadvertently funny things my students write, and sometimes, say. I also throw in the occasional odd communication between staff members. Lest anyone think these [Read More]


Campus Rape Facts: Who Yah Gonna Believe?

May 15, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    The statistics are unquestionable–at least to the social justice warriors inhabiting American colleges: something between 20 and 25 percent of women will be raped during their four (or more) years of college. Presumably, women sticking around for a master’s or doctorate degree face even more daunting [Read More]


Remember when segregation was a bad thing?

May 13, 2017 Doug Hagin 1

The Left bastardizes and destroys everything it touches, and race relations is a prime example. There was once a shameful time in America where people were segregated. this segregation was codified into law. But, as with other sins, and faults, American greatness overcame its own shortcomings. Liberals, that is to [Read More]


Your Gutless Appeaser of the Day

May 13, 2017 Doug Hagin 0

So, a student wrote an op-ed about Gay marriage that offended some overly sensitive types that think they have a right not to ever be offended. And, of course, the editor-in-chief Celina Oseguera took the path of appeasement and surrendered to the grievance mongers As a result of the unrelenting [Read More]


A commencement speech graduates could actually use

May 13, 2017 Doug Hagin 1

A much-needed dose of reality from Animal Magnetism I’m not going to give you any trigger warnings; if you can’t handle what I’m about to say, there’s damn little future for you out there in the real world, so cowboy up.  Moments ago I congratulated you on your day of [Read More]


Satirizing Self-Satire

May 8, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    As I tell my students when we’re dealing with common literary terms, satire is a form of comedy where one makes fun of individuals or institutions by exaggeration, or by telling the whole truth about them. I suppose I should update the definition a bit, because [Read More]


Pre-school to College it is all about Re-education

May 6, 2017 Doug Hagin 0

Have you ever wondered why the left wants everyone to go to college, for “free” of course? Ever wondered why the left pushes something called “universal pre-school”? Ever wonder why they want “free pre-school”.  Ever wonder why the bemoan home schooling? Simply put, they would love to basically take over raising, [Read More]


It’s About Time

May 1, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Science fiction often uses time as a plot device. We live in linear time, one thing happens after another, one thing comes before another, sometimes causing what follows. My recent movie critique on Arrival, somewhat explores that issue. What if time were not linear? What if [Read More]

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