An Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) Seminar was held September 10th, the eve of 9/11, dedicated to those that died that day. Sarah Stern, President of EMET, reminded attendees that, out of the fifteen terrorists involved in the attack, eleven were from Saudi Arabia. T
Monthly Archives For September 2009
Last year, the Santa Rosa County School District made a deal with the devil, represented by the ACLU, that involved the school district entering into an agreement that prohibited prayer at all school-sponsored events, and an even broader agreement prohibiting all employees from engaging in prayer.
Tomorrow, Liberty Counsel will be in federal District Court in Pensacola representing the Principal of Pace High School, Frank Lay and Athletic Director Robert Freeman as they face criminal contempt charges for a prayer over a meal. Ironically, tomorrow is National Constitution Day.
Do students entering U.C. San Diego this year have any idea what awaits them?
Some have offered up universal pre-kindgergarten as a solution for America’s educational woes, but CATO scholar Adam Schaeffer argues that the educational “benefits” of government-sponsored pre-k would be transitory at best.
Jane Shaw’s article, “The Ivory Tower: Crumbling From Within?” featured in the June 2009 edition of Perspective, shares the thoughts and ideas of famed entrepreneur and education maven Jeff Sandefer, as shared at an Atlas Economic Research Foundation forum where Sandefer was the keynote speaker.
The sub-headline over the article says it all: “The investigation into a cop killing in the ’70s leads to a law professor who helped launch Barack Obama’s political career.”
Decent folks across the nation have been continuously shocked by the exposes against abortion industry giant Planned Parenthood orchestrated by young pro-life champions such as Lila Rose.
Academics are getting a chance to test their pet theories as presidential appointees and the results are not pretty.
The new health care reform bill explicitly bans health care benefits for illegal immigrants, but it lacks a key component, which is some way to enforce it.