Remember in grade school when we first were introduced to the Pledge of Allegiance?
Troy University professor Christopher T. Warden, the author of an upcoming textbook that Accuracy in Academia is publishing, explains why college tuitions are so high. Hint: It’s not because of a lack of government funding
HR 3036, the No Child Left Inside Act (chief author John Sarbanes, Democrat, MD), gives states and schools incentives (federal grants) to conduct “environmental education” programs within existing classes.
Given the popularity of Rush Limbaugh’s and Sean Hannity’s respective talk shows, it appears Americans share a disdain for political elitism. A democratic, populist, anti-aristocratic thinking pervades the general population.
Rush and Glenn and Laura and Michael don’t punish liberals on the radio, yet liberals punish children in the classroom. Nancy Pelosi, let’s talk fairness anytime you want.
Well, it depends on who you ask. According to Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, the Son of God and Author of life would be in favor of suctioning viable babies from their mothers’ wombs and killing them.
The Bretz case of the 1920s and the Sternberg case today demonstrate that the scientific community can be just as dogmatic as the religious one. Neither science nor religion has a monopoly on truth.
I would think a peacenik would abhor all war and call for peace whenever and wherever it broke out. But alas, the peace movement is currently silent (Day Four) when it comes to the recent Russian invasion of Georgia.
Republican congressmen are now staging sit-ins reminiscent of the hippy protests of Vietnam—except instead of flower children holding “make love, not war” signs, these weathered politicians have gathered to rail against the Democrats’ refusal to address the energy crisis.
An AP story about the growing number of states walking away from federal abstinence funding is being hailed by some as a death knell for the abstinence movement.