On March 11 the Liberty Counsel filed a petition asking the United States Supreme Court to review a New York school district’s censorship of a picture of Jesus that then-kindergartner Antonio Peck included on his poster showing ways to save the world.
Members of The George Washington University Chapter of Young America’s Foundation (GWYAF) recently researched the political leanings of their university professors and found substantial liberal bias in the academy.
What backward times we live in. When Maryland’s Attorney General abuses the law, he’s the media’s hero—yet when his Virginia counterpart upholds the law, he’s a villain.
Although there continues to be plenty of controversy surrounding Kevin Jennings, the President’s latest response isn’t “fire him” but “fund him!”
The left says he was a right-winger; the conservatives say that he was a leftist. What is abundantly clear, from reading his Internet commentaries, is that Pentagon shooter John Patrick Bedell was a psychotic pothead
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights is filing a formal complaint today with the Michigan Attorney Grievance Committee regarding the anti-Catholic comments made by defense attorney Henry Scharg; it is also pursuing other avenues of redress.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue explains why it is necessary for those reviewing the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy to study the free speech and religious liberty implications of repealing it.
Tens of thousands are supporting Israel this week and standing up against the anti-Semitic rhetoric that has plagued North American campuses. This effort is being driven by an exclusive clip gone viral of Crossing the Line: The Intifada Comes to Campus which highlights the insidious environment where Jews are verbally and even physically attacked on campus.
On February 3, Catholic League president Bill Donohue issued a news release regarding an incident at the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) that was troubling. At issue was a remark by USAFA Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michael Gould: he was upset with a wooden cross placed at the site of a pagan worship area.
The Elizabethtown College faculty recently voted to endorse (and presumably to implement) a 19-page document titled “Embracing Inclusive Excellence: A Five-Year Plan for Strengthening Campus Diversity.”