Kathy Shaidle, writing in Taki's, looks at the Toronto School Board's infatuation with the psychopathic Che Guevara:
Kids are told that Che “is called a ‘revolutionary’ because he wanted to change the way people…viewed the world.”
If by “how they viewed the world” you meant, “from the fatal side of a firing squad,” then I guess that’s kosher.
Kids learn that Che’s particular passion was literacy, making him sound like your average White House First Lady.
Dear God, not this one, I hope.
Christopher Hitchens pulled no punches in this piece, written before the 2008 election.
I direct your attention to Mrs. Obama's 1985 thesis at Princeton University. Its title (rather limited in scope, given the author and the campus) is "Princeton-Educated Blacks and the Black Community." To describe it as hard to read would be a mistake; the thesis cannot be "read" at all, in the strict sense of the verb. This is because it wasn't written in any known language.
Harsh, but not untrue. Judging by the excerpts I read (there's a link to it in Hitchens' article), she definitely comes across as sub-literate, at best.