Eight days shy of the eviction deadline imposed by the city of Philadelphia, the Cradle of Liberty Boy Scout Council is striking back.
Monthly Archives For May 2008
Here and across the nation, the homeschooling movement has grown in stature and popularity – defying stereotypes and occasionally, disarming critics.
Alabama State Senator Scott Beason has turned out to be the principal opponent of a new textbook, the Bible and Its Influence, backed by liberals for schools which want to teach about the Bible.
America’s Survival, Inc. is doing their investigation of who Obama really is rather than what the media is not reporting.
Al Gore failed to mention that until 1850, the world felt the effects of the Little Ice Age and so did the Vikings.
Cliff Kincaid, president of America’s Survival, Inc., a U.N. Watchdog group, spoke about Obama’s alleged ties to communism and socialism on Capitol Hill on May 22.
What do you get when a country’s government finds itself in the process of passing legislation on a topic recent studies have proven to be a myth?
Does Wake Forest University’s decision to go “test-optional” mark a trend deemphasizing the importance of the SAT, or is it part of a carefully-crafted media campaign?
As Barack Obama declares victory in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, some researchers have begun a search into Obama’s past.
I recently learned that my boss’s son had an assignment and quiz in his Spanish class on Global Warming.