A number of leading African-Americans are refusing to take recent exposure of Planned Parenthood’s racism sitting down.
Monthly Archives For March 2008
At one primary school in England, the task of protecting young children has gone to a whole new level.
California families received an alarming wake-up call last month with the decision of the Second District Court of Appeals to essentially declare home-schooling to be illegal in California.
Academics’ attitudes towards the South color their teaching about the region, particularly lessons on the Civil War, and their histories, thus, often project myth rather than reality.
This year, the Mesa, Arizona school district caused a campus uproar by enacting its own hug ban.
Europe’s coming demographic crisis and rising Muslim immigrant population has sparked a variety of pessimistic predictions of Europe’s ultimate demise, predicting a time at which Europe’s burgeoning Muslim population will transform the continent into “Eurabia.”
At the U. of Hawaii, things got a little testy recently when a request by two homosexual students to reside in the “married” dorm was turned down.
Two leaders within the Venezuelan student movement, Yon Goicoechea and Gustavo Tovar, discuss how their movement has will promote liberty within Chavez’ repressive state.
Dr. Tiller, who currently faces 19 criminal charges for illegal late-term abortions in the state of Kansas, stated “If the baby is born alive, that is sloppy medicine” after addressing the crowd of about 100 feminists.
When you compare the racial attitudes of Woodrow Wilson, FDR and Ronald Reagan, guess who comes out on top?