Like mythical vampires, 70s-style sex education keeps coming back to Maryland public schools no matter how many times parents protest.
Monthly Archives For October 2007
The Climate Commitment is being pushed by a group of environmental activist organizations such as Environmental Defense and the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Thus far, eight college and university presidents in North Carolina have signed.
Later this month, on October 24th, Holy Cross College, a Catholic college in Massachusetts, will allow the Massachusetts Alliance on Teen Pregnancy to hold a seminar featuring NARAL and Planned Parenthood on their campus
Under the guise of preventing discrimination and bias against homosexuals, transgenders and other sexual variants, California SB 777 will force innocent school children to accept alternative lifestyles.
Duquesne University President Dr. Charles Dougherty upholds the Catholic tradition against complaints from abortion-provider Planned Parenthood.
At Portland, Maine’s King Middle School, a trip to the school clinic could mean more than just an aspirin or a bandage. School officials are discussing the idea of offering contraception to middle school children as young as 11 years old.
At the inception of the Department of Homeland Security, the DHS was presented with what national security specialist and Vice President of the Center for National Policy (CNP) Scott Bates termed a “herculean task,” the duty to synthesize a “pandemic of plans” into a cohesive, comprehensive national security strategy.
Religious belief and practice helps people prevent conflict by showing them a mutual sacred purpose and vision, leading sociologists said recently in a conference session hosted by the Heritage Foundation.
In effort to crack down on media criticism, Russian State agencies are still using psychiatric institutions to suppress political opposition and a free press.
University of Miami law school professor gets tripped up by events while promoting the Law of the Sea Treaty.