There are two bills before the New York State legislature dealing with the issue of amending the statute of limitations for cases involving the sexual abuse of minors.
Michelle Rhee, the highly praised/beleaguered Chancellor of the Washington, D.C. public school system, is facing another hurdle.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed the First Amendment case of a high school valedictorian whose microphone was turned off after she began speaking about the importance of religion in her life during her graduation speech.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on an editorial in today’s New York Times.
A new bill hit both the House and Senate yesterday, flying below the media’s radar. Reps. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) and Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) followed up the liberals’ plea for more international “family planning” funds with a request for some home-grown sex education.
As the fourth annual abstinence awareness week kicks off, ULTRA (Urban Life Training and Reality Assessment) Teen Choice held an event at Howard University to promote abstinence awareness.
One devastating impact on children in the $410 billion Omnibus legislation being debated in the Senate is the removal of a successful school voucher program in the District of Columbia.
Funding for the Washington Scholarship Fund (WSF), more commonly referred to as the DC voucher program, is likely to run out at the end of next academic year due to a sunset provision designed by Illinois Senator Dick Durbin (D).
Since 2004, there has been a congressionally funded voucher program in the District of Columbia. But unless it is reauthorized by the Congress this week, and approved by the District, the program will be terminated at the end of the next school year.
On Wednesday, a federal court approved a settlement of a lawsuit filed by Liberty Counsel on behalf of Child Evangelism Fellowship of Georgia (CEF) against Cobb County School District.