Convicted lawyer Lynne Stewart hugs deposed ethnic studies professor Ward Churchill but wait until you see who they both embrace.
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The mainstream media should reevaluate where it gets its source material on hate crimes, and soon.
several days since this correspondent reported that over a hundred Stanford University community members
had signed a petition against Condoleeza Rice,
the number of signees exploded to over 800 signatures.
One of the most famous and astounding saints
of the twentieth century, Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, was born Francesco Forgione
in 1887 to a destitute but pious couple in southern Italy. He was named in
honor of St. Francis of Assisi and even as a small boy wanted to become a
Here’s a couple of history lessons you are not likely to get in school.
If you’re looking for a fun way to introduce more Scripture into your child’s life, why not enroll them in the first-ever National Bible Bee?
WASHINGTON — Attorneys with the
Alliance Defense Fund and Thomas More Law Center filed a friend-of-the-court
brief Monday with the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of the Boy Scouts of
America, challenged by the American Civil Liberties Union for maintaining and
beautifying parks leased from the city of San Diego.
It wasn’t only the Republican Party and the Conservative Movement that lost an elder statesmen with the passing of former Congressman Jack Kemp.
Ambushed by a left-wing student at Stanford, the former Secretary of State gave two students a history lesson unlike any they are likely to receive at Palo Alto.
There’s been a rush to make public schools environmentally friendly lately, so much so that polls show that students are afraid that the earth is going to melt before they make it to the prom.