California legislators keep passing bills that harm traditional family, even now considering eliminating references to mom, dad, husband and wife in classrooms and texts.
Monthly Archives For March 2006
State-funded preschool in California is on the ballot for June, partly because of Hollywood director Rob Reiner’s unethical behavior.
One news producer admits liberal bias.
Left unspoken in much of the debate over the exploding cost of higher education is the degree to which college and university administrators themselves may be padding their bills.
A national uproar over an Arab company buying some port operations forced
cancellation of the deal but when a controversial Saudi Prince spends $40
million to promote himself and his views through two major universities and takes out a
two-page ad in the Washington Post highlighting his efforts, hardly anyone in
the media bats an eyelid.
Viroqua High School officials chose to cancel tomorrow’s Diversity Day activities after Liberty Counsel presented legal precedent requiring inclusion of the viewpoints of Christians and former homosexuals.
One expert believes that America’s failure to recognize the threat of radical Islam, was not a “failure of imagination,” but a failure of education.
A majority of this professor’s students believe seeing the cartoons is a good thing.
Beginning today, kindergartners in New York City will be learning about AIDS in addition to the alphabet.
College catalogues usually don’t come in brown paper wrappers but maybe some of them should.