A federal appeals court has ruled that a school district violated the First Amendment rights of a student when it punished Justin Layshock for speech posted on a social networking website, holding that this off-campus speech was beyond the power of the school to control.
Dr. Kyle Pruett of Yale Medical School demonstrated in his book Fatherneed that fathers contribute to parenting in ways that mothers do not.
Whether he serves for two years or 40, whether he achieves high rank or not, whatever his branch of service or military skill, the soldier learns something unique about reality that stays with him well beyond 50 years.
With the assistance of The Rutherford Institute, the mother of two students in the public schools has filed a complaint with the United States Department of Education over a Massachusetts school district’s practice of requiring students to complete surveys asking overtly intimate and sexually suggestive questions without their parents’ knowledge or written consent.
Many presidents have, on occasion, done weird things—only one president of the 44 is Weird.
The Circuit Court of the County of Spotsylvania has refused to reverse the expulsion of a 14-year-old honor student charged under a school zero tolerance policy with “violent criminal conduct” and possession of a weapon for shooting plastic “spitwads” at classmates.
Safe Schools “czar” Kevin Jennings: After two scandal-plagued years, one of the President’s fiercest gay allies has finally resigned from his post to take a job with “Be the Change.”
“Maria’s” a Big Pharma and predator shill.
Government regulations cost an average of $10,585 per employee for firms with less than 20 employees, according to a study done by Lafayette college economists Nicole and Mark Crain, published by the Small Business Administration.
More bad news for those budding Ernie Pyles of the world as The Daily Beast ranks journalism at the top of its most useless degree list.