John S. Rosenberg, “Harvard Report on Investigation of Jeffrey Epstein Gifts,” is timed just right. We learn there that Epstein had the use of two campus offices he visited at least 40 times since 2010. They included two landlines and cardkeys to an entire department aptly acronymed PED. The ten-million or so the late philanthropist endowed to faculty members made Epstein a hard guy to snub. What do you suppose they talked about when conversation veered from the curriculum? An academic institution that harbored Jeffrey Epstein is in a sorry position to butt in between parents and their kids.
Elite opposition to homeschooling is part of a general movement for social control.
If Timothy McVeigh, David Koresh, Mathew Hale or Robert Mathews were ever educated anywhere other than public school, media and academia are keeping it mum. None of them appears to have acquired intolerant views from their parents. George Lincoln Rockwell, who went to Atlantic City High, had parents in Vaudeville who disowned their son and his anti-Semitism. Jeffery Dahmer was also educated at public expense. He tolerated gays in his apartment but was often violently intolerant of their departure. The list of dangerous public enemies who learned their grammar and arithmetic at home has yet to be compiled by Harvard, Eric Holder, the NYT, CNN or anyone else—that includes Elizabeth Bartholet who, apparently, is the organizer of the Harvard Summit.
Dylan Klebold, Eric Harris, Adam Lanza, and Dylan Roof emerged from mainstream academia livid and foaming at the mouth. People subscribing to the Ross-Holder brain trust found a threat coming from the other direction. They were more concerned with first generation immigrants who might click right past the Logo channel or try to talk their friends out of abortions. If a single shooter of children in a school, or adults in a general rampage, failed to attend his local elementary the home-school-ophobic Harvardians need to let us know; otherwise, all their angst concerning “tolerance” might be a little misplaced.