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English Department, Kennesaw State UniversityBy Mary Grabar, Posted September 13, 2012: "From each according to his abilities."  Surveys on knowledge of civics show that young people especially attribute the source of this statement to the Founding Fathers.  College Democrats tout President Obama's "Pay as You Earn" college loan repayment plan that would cap student loan repayments at 10% of income and forgive loans after 20 years.  I heard a similar proposal for home mortgages last week on WRFG by a spokesman for Occupy Our Homes.  It's not fair that homeowners should pay for something that has decreased in value.  Banks ought to lower payments to reflect the current home's value.  But what about the payment the bank had made to the seller?

All aboardAfter experiencing government-run travel on Amtrak for 13 hours, with three overnight naps in a sitting position, Dissident Prof arrived at Union Station in Washington, D.C., around 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, February 8, to experience her first C-PAC.

By Mary Grabar, posted May 14, 2012.

That many (if not most) of our college professors use their classrooms as places to sway young minds to their radical political views is a well-known fact.  This sea change in education can be traced back to the 1960s when radicals transformed the university from a place of open scholarly inquiry to a production house of political ideology.  This was accomplished with force, with radicals, sometimes armed, taking over deans’ offices and holding college presidents hostage.

PBS Lesson: Not Exactly Officer FriendlyBy Mary Grabar, Posted June 29, 2012: I've teamed up with Tina Trent to write a report for Accuracy in Media on the curriculum Public Broadcasting produces for our schools, like an investigation by the "History Detectives" on the social services provided by the Black Panthers.  Children learn that they fought the "pigs in the street," as this poster from the 1960s illustrates. 

My IRS Experience, Worthy of KafkaPosted June 17, 2016, by Mary Grabar and Jane Robbins: This week the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee passed a resolution to censure IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, "furthering the GOP-led push for his impeachment," according to The Hill. Koskinen, who replaced the notorious Lois Lerner, continued her pattern of lying and obfuscation.

In May 2013, when Lerner was "apologizing" for targeting conservative groups, we were expecting the response promised us three months after our February 2013 application date. Ms. Lerner apparently was not that sorry because our application was held up another year.  My blow-by-blow (short version) account of being in the IRS net appeared in PJ Media yesterday: "Here's How the IRS Treated Me Because I'm Conservative" (and was picked up at the Capital Research Center; you should subscribe).  Stacey Dash sent out a Twitter blast too.  My interview about my experience will air on USA Radio News throughout the weekend.

In Good Company.  That's one consolation for being on the IRS Enemies List. Dissident Prof board member Jane Robbins, who is senior fellow at the American Principles Project, points out that Citizen Impact, which fights for religious liberty, also appeared on the list.

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