After Liberty Counsel issued a demand letter threatening legal action, the Medina City Schools backed down and agreed to distribute flyers announcing Child Evangelism Fellowship’s Good News Clubs.
Monthly Archives For October 2007
It’s always fascinating to watch tenured faculty members leaving their ivory cocoons where they lecture to impressionable teenagers and 20-somethings to come face-to-face with skeptical middle-aged men.
Have American high schools become “marijuana marts” and “pill palaces”?
Monroe, MI – A student at Monroe High School won first place in a school talent show last night by singing a Christian song that school officials had banned the day before the program. School officials reversed their position after Liberty Counsel became involved and allowed sixteen-year-old sophomore James Whipper to perform the Christian rap song, “He’s Calling.”
Long Beach, CA – Liberty Counsel filed suit against the Long Beach Unified School District on behalf of a 15-year-old high school student, Chris Rand, because the district refused to grant credit for over 80 hours of community service, solely because it was performed at a church.
Some human rights advocacy groups, such as the radical Human Rights First—a civil rights organization which filed amicus briefs on behalf of alleged dirty bomb builder, Jose Padilla—view the ‘broadly written’ provisions of the Patriot and REAL ID acts as discriminatory toward refugees, who can now be more easily refused access to the United States.
The United States State Department asked Congress not to enact proposed legislation imposing new US sanctions on Sudan.
Long after former Harvard University president Larry Summers tracked the subject, a debate continues in academia over whether women avoid the sciences out of choice or necessity.
When you pay dearly for a room at a luxury hotel or a meal at a five-star restaurant, the price tag may sting but at least you can see, feel, taste, touch and smell what you are getting. The same is not the case in higher education.
A two-day conference entitled, “A New Maritime Strategy” at The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center on September 26, 2007, organized by The Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, hosted a multiplicity of panelists, many in uniform, who spoke about several crucial issues, ranging from rationale for a new maritime strategy to the need for developing critical skills for naval personnel to meet 21st century challenges.