Stanford University has banned a skeptical documentary film from airing a climate change interview with one of its prominent warming activist professors, Stephen Schneider.
Billed as a free speech event designed to oppose such things as a Muslim-sponsored U.N. resolution banning criticism of religion, the day has drawn the support of people like PZ Myers, a professor at the University of Minnesota.
Today millions of students are celebrating the twentieth annual “See You at the Pole” (“SYATP”) event, where students gather to pray for their school, their community and America.
Liberty Counsel successfully cleared Pace High School Principal Frank Lay and Athletic Director Robert Freeman of criminal contempt charges that arose out of a simple blessing of a meal.
Tomorrow, Liberty Counsel will be in federal District Court in Pensacola representing the Principal of Pace High School, Frank Lay and Athletic Director Robert Freeman as they face criminal contempt charges for a prayer over a meal. Ironically, tomorrow is National Constitution Day.
Do students entering U.C. San Diego this year have any idea what awaits them?
The sub-headline over the article says it all: “The investigation into a cop killing in the ’70s leads to a law professor who helped launch Barack Obama’s political career.”
Academics are getting a chance to test their pet theories as presidential appointees and the results are not pretty.
Decent folks across the nation have been continuously shocked by the exposes against abortion industry giant Planned Parenthood orchestrated by young pro-life champions such as Lila Rose.
The very first job I had in my life after the completion of my Masters Degree in Islamic Studies from Karachi University in Pakistan was to teach Islamic Studies to grade 7 students in a private Convent school. Later on, I had the opportunity of teaching Islamiyat to grade 9 & 10 students in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.