Monthly Archives: March 2007
David Horowitz, a former Marxist turned neo-con political activist, has made a personal mission of revealing the “leftist” political leanings of college professors and their nefarious attempts to indoctrinate their students. I posted a link to this article, “The Two Universities of Texas,” that Mr. Horowitz had written for The Daily Texan. This is how […]
In my argument classes we’re currently using commercials, and the dubious practices they employ, as the impetus from which to write persuasive papers. At the beginning of the semester I placed each student into a group, and throughout the semester each group chooses a particular topic from the syllabus that interests them, and then they […]
We’ll be discussing this article tonight. Study up.
I’m an internet nerd. I’ll admit that straight off. I use GTalk for internet chatting. I’m active on all kinds of message boards. I play MMORGs. I have a Flickr account.I have a YouTube account. I have a Twitter account. I subscribe to RSS feeds. I use Gmail more than I use the telephone. All […]
Get ready for another “I hate the media” post. First, let’s start off by taking a little looky-loo at this video: Powerful stuff, huh? If you haven’t seen that before, then I’ll explain. That commercial aired in 1984, during the Superbowl, and it introduced the world to the brand new Macintosh computer. Yep, that was […]