Ron Howard, director of “Angels & Demons,” the movie version of Dan Brown’s book by that name, attacked Catholic League president Bill Donohue yesterday on the Huffington Post.
Monthly Archives For April 2009
We don’t set out to cover the salacious but we’re on the education beat so what they do governs what we get to write about. Moreover, the prurient trend spills out into the popular culture.
In Tara Ross and Joseph C. Smith Junior’s book Under God: George Washington and the Question of Church and State they discuss George Washington’s view of religion and how it played a role in church and state.
Thanks to Rupert Murdoch, Bill Ayers’ “comrade” and Weather Underground terrorist Mark Rudd is on a book tour, trying to cash in on his bloody record.
Is artwork a portal to the divine or an expression of humankind’s innermost creativity? Catholic artist and teacher Hamilton Reed Armstrong explored these questions at an April 15 lecture on “Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder.”
President Obama frequently discusses his commitment to quality education for all American children but the administration’s action with regard to the successful voucher program in Washington, D.C., holds this commitment open to question.
In Washington State, parents who homeschool their children may finally get the privacy they deserve to educate their kids as they see fit.
It takes a book like Living Constitution, Dying Faith: Progressivism and the New Science of Jurisprudence by Bradley C. S. Watson, to put the current progressive mindset into perspective.
The annual “Day of Silence,” sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN), will be promoted today in many public schools.
When President Barack Obama spoke at Georgetown University on April 14, the White House requested that all religious symbols and signage that might appear as a backdrop to where the president was to speak be covered up.