United States Rep. Doug Lanborn, R-Colo., has introduced a bill to deny federal funding to public schools which distribute the “morning after” abortion pill.
Monthly Archives For June 2009
Although by no means are they the only ones who need it.
Although the hundreds of Middle East studies courses in universities nationwide portend to treat the region exhaustively, there is a key component of the conflict that most ignore.
President Obama’s recent commitment to raise the U.S. graduation rate to the highest in the world has left education policy experts conflicted on how to best increase college access and affordability.
Nearly 400 graduating seniors at Pace High School stood up in protest against the ACLU and recited the Lord’s Prayer during their graduation ceremony on Saturday.
At Philadelphia’s School of the Future (SOF), textbooks have been replaced with laptops and high schoolers are taught core curriculum through technology-based programs like YouTube and instant messenger.
Much is being said about President Obama’s speech today at Cairo University. Left-leaning pundits have touted the speech in a leading Arab nation
As pundits and politicians bicker back and forth about the cause of our country’s problems—the healthcare system, the free market, gay marriage—journalist Mark Steyn points to one root catalyst for our nation’s difficulties: indolence.
At a foreign policy summit on May 27 at the Brookings Institution, national security experts expressed harsh criticism of the Obama administration’s foreign policy initiatives.
ome of President Obama’s supporters have
attempted to justify the honorary degree given him by Notre Dame by
comparing it to an honorary degree given by the same university to
the newly elected President George W. Bush. The cases are in no way