It appears that teachers’ unions will oppose Obama as they once did Bush.
Posts By Allie Winegar Duzett
As the danger of global warming fades, the influence of those who would use it to expand government regulation grows.
There are many fields with rigorous critics; many writers make a living critiquing music, dance, art, and literature. But one crucial field regularly goes without any public criticism: the field of science, and scientific discovery.
Dr. Donald Palmisano of the Coalition to Protect Patients’ Rights spoke at a recent Heritage Foundation Blogger’s Briefing on the topic of health care reform.
Brad Wilcox spoke of the “unprecedented family revolution” in America at a recent Heritage Foundation event, Religious Practice and the Family: What the Research Says.
John Solomon is not just a writer for The Washington Times—he is also a founder of the new Times-sponsored website, TheConservatives.com. Solomon discussed this new website at a recent Heritage Foundation Bloggers’ Briefing.
Yet another eloquent conservative spokesman whom media outlets can’t seem to find spoke at the Bloggers’ Briefing at the Heritage Foundation last week.
Apparently a Denver elementary school secretary taped a student last week. And we’re not talking videotape, we’re taking duct tape.
Underperforming schools have been closing in Chicago. The results are still open to discussion…
No one can deny that drug use is a problem in schools today. And because drug use is so prevalent in schools, many schools have been trying to fight it.