The Liberty Counsel is petition for Writ of Certiorari from the Supreme Court after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal decision regarding a psychological sex survey given to students at Mequite Elementary School.
Monthly Archives For August 2006
A new book, Traipsing Into Evolution critically examines the Kitzmiller vs. Dover decision and finds a number of flaws.
According to The Hoya, Georgetown University officials chose to sever ties with a number of ministry groups effectively barring them from operating on campus.
In a unanimous decision, a federal court of appeals ruled that the Lee County School Board’s policy of not allowing religious and political literature to be distributed is unconstitutional.
Polls show that people trust professors, but not pollsters.
Further proof that some professors have trouble answering questions.
Lindalyn Kakadelis takes a sharp look at the recent Gallup poll over public school and school choice.
A Child Evangelism Fellowship group will be going to court citing discrimination by the Anderson School District 5 in South Carolina.
British schools are no longer taking responsibility to teach children right from wrong, since they reworded the national curriculum to rid it of moral absolutes.
Former AIM intern, Jacqueline Merzer reviews A Patriot’s History of the United States.