The second half of last weekend’s broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio was a solo Ask Me Anything with Greg Johnson, where he took questions from the listeners, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
Tag: higher education
September 29, 2023 Mark Gullick
The Counter-Currents 2023 Fundraiser
A Question of Degree
Like all journals of dissident ideas, Counter-Currents depends on the support of our readers. So far this year, we’ve raised $94,312, or 31.44% of our $300,000 goal. I want to thank everyone who has donated so far. (Please donate here!) And now, Mark Gullick offers a few words on why donating to Counter-Currents may be a much better contribution to your education than going to a college or university. (more…)
Race & IQ Differences:
An Interview with Arthur Jensen, Part 2
Transcript by Hyacinth Bouquet. The following is a transcript of the second part of Marian Van Court and Arthur Jensen’s conversation, which can be heard here, or using the player below.
IQ and common sense
Social intelligence as g + extraversion, or g + social experience (more…)
Aside from forecasting the future in terms of how college admissions will work, the recent Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action — Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College, which can be read here — provides us an opportunity to analyze the current state of United States law and to pierce the undeserved mystique surrounding the legal profession. Your reading of this essay alone will demonstrate in itself that lawyering is not alchemy. (more…)
Paper Belt on Fire: How Renegade Investors Sparked a Revolt Against the University
Ashland, Ore.: Blackstone Publishing, 2022
It is no secret that American universities are torpid, decaying institutions mired in corruption, stagnation, and bureaucracy. Despite their bloated endowments and grandiose mission statements, they have failed at the most basic level. (more…)
“A fish rots from the head down.”
Perhaps an old Turkish proverb; it has also been attributed to Erasmus, written in a Greek text.
A literal translation of it would be an encouragement to point the long, boney finger of accusation at the leadership of an organization or society when it begins to stink of incompetence, corruption, and degeneracy.
If one were to take a deep breath, it would be difficult in this post-George Floyd era of mandatory black-people worship not to inhale the pungent odors of institutional rot and decomposition. So, then, where to look to find the head of the rotting fish? (more…)
Student loan forgiveness has been in the headlines quite a bit lately. One of the articles is “Warren urges Biden to cancel student loan debt before midterms” by CBS News. Although Pocahontas is a legislator and surely must be aware of the separation of powers doctrine, she curiously takes the position that the student loans may be erased if Resident Bidet decrees it so. (more…)
Expert: “A person who has a comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of or skill in a particular area.”
Begging the question: “The fallacy of begging the question occurs when an argument’s premises assume the truth of the conclusion, instead of supporting it.” (more…)
When I first began frequenting Counter-Currents, I was working at a university as a “writing consultant,” which — stripping away the fancy-sounding title — meant that I was a tutor, or “paper doctor,” as I called it. And as a “paper doctor,” my professional diagnosis was usually that the assignments themselves were lousy — dead on arrival. (more…)
Editor’s note: Unfortunately, Mark Gullick is unable to contribute at present due to his current detention in Central America. Doing charity work and, you know, what have you. However, Counter-Currents is proud to be able to publish an excerpt from the working diary of Oxbridge University’s Diversity, Inclusivity, Pride, Solidarity, Heteronegativity, Indigenousness, and Transexuality Directrix, Suki Mombasa. (more…)