The Alliance Defense Fund and Professionals for Ethics filed a lawsuit with the European Court of Human Rights Friday on behalf of more than 300 parents and children challenging compulsory anti-Christian education for Spain’s public and private school students.
Monthly Archives For March 2010
How liberal is the President’s latest nominee for the Ninth Circuit Court? According to Ed Whalen, even White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel tried to shoot down his candidacy.
The health care bill signed by President Obama on Tuesday actually includes funding for abstinence education.
Visualize the Circus. PETA can’t.
After the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass the Senate health care bill Sunday night, President Obama argued that the vote represented “another stone firmly laid in the foundation of the American Dream.”
What is the question?
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan may have left Chicago, but the politics of his former position as the CEO of Chicago Public Schools continues to follow him to D.C.
On Saturday, March 27, Tarleton State University in Texas will host a performance of “Corpus Christi,” the Terrence McNally play that was the subject of a major street demonstration launched by the Catholic League in 1998 when it opened in New York City.
Members of the University of Texas at Austin’s Young Conservatives of Texas chapter, a student group affiliated with CampusReform.org, recently researched the political leanings of their university professors and found substantial liberal bias in the academy.
A paper from the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) displays some of the sharpest insights from academia in many a year but fails to offer perspectives that need to be considered for our history to be based on perception rather than reality.