Two years ago, the American Psychological Association sent school superintendents a publication called “Just the Facts about Sexual Orientation and Youth.” Unfortunately, it was misnamed, since what it really contained was “just the propaganda” that pro-homosexual activists want to spread.
“…three out of every four victims have been abused by homosexuals…”
If you have been following the lawsuit in Florida involving the ACLU’s attempts to criminalize prayer in the Santa Rosa County schools—get ready for some shocking news!
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the cancellation of the gay-Jesus play “Corpus Christi” at Tarleton State University (it was scheduled to be shown on March 27).
The Alliance Defense Fund and Professionals for Ethics filed a lawsuit with the European Court of Human Rights Friday on behalf of more than 300 parents and children challenging compulsory anti-Christian education for Spain’s public and private school students.
How liberal is the President’s latest nominee for the Ninth Circuit Court? According to Ed Whalen, even White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel tried to shoot down his candidacy.
On Saturday, March 27, Tarleton State University in Texas will host a performance of “Corpus Christi,” the Terrence McNally play that was the subject of a major street demonstration launched by the Catholic League in 1998 when it opened in New York City.
Members of the University of Texas at Austin’s Young Conservatives of Texas chapter, a student group affiliated with CampusReform.org, recently researched the political leanings of their university professors and found substantial liberal bias in the academy.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal by a high school student who sought to sue her school for banning the instrumental version of “Ave Maria” at her 2006 graduation.
In a generally thorough but one-sided book, Honorable Survivor: Mao’s China, McCarthy’s America, and the Persecution of John S. Service, author Lynne Joiner makes the best case she can to defend the reputation of accused spy, John Stewart Service.