The people of Poland got an early Christmas present this year.
On Monday, November 29, 2010, the Illinois Supreme Court decided not to hear Professor Thomas Klocek’s appeal, bringing an end to his five-year suit against DePaul University for destroying his reputation.
December 15 is Bill of Rights Day.
Helen Thomas may be sticking by her comments on Israel but Wayne State University isn’t.
In Howell, Michigan, an out-of-control economics teacher booted two students from class after he provoked a discussion about homosexuality.
Do you know what the Pilgrims were thanking God for at the first Thanksgiving celebration in Plymouth? If you go to Wikipedia you will not find the answer.
Sometimes we pause to ponder the meaning of these commemorative days; often we do not.
Fort Myers, FL – A federal judge has entered a Consent Decree that overturns the decision of the Collier County School Board, which banned voluntary distribution of Bibles to high school students on Religious Freedom Day.
Attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund are offering free legal assistance to students who participate in the Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity if the students’ First Amendment rights on public school campuses are violated.
PRINCETON, NJ (October 14, 2010)—The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has published a long-buried study on the state of the history research paper in American high schools.