A new study conducted by Harvard researchers correlates certain pesticides with an increased risk of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children.
Monthly Archives For May 2010
‘If we ever forget that we’re one nation under GOD, then we will be a nation gone under.’
The mass media, and those who train them, cannot figure out why their industry is in decline. “Drury University, a nationally accredited institution of higher learning, has added an online class to its Social Media Certificate program for graduate credit,” PR Newswire reported on May 13, 2010.
AJC: The implications of President Barack Obama’s review of American policy towards the International Criminal Court (ICC) could have large and dangerous future results, argued three panelists during a Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom lecture.
Today [May 13], Liberty Counsel launched its 8th annual “Friend or Foe” Graduation Prayer Campaign. Liberty Counsel seeks to educate and, if necessary, litigate, to ensure that prayer and religious viewpoints are not suppressed during graduation ceremonies.
Discussing President Obama’s goal that America would “once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world,” an Education Department official recently argued that increased funding for minority-serving institutions—and historically-black colleges and universities, in particular—was the key to increasing the number of American graduates.
AJC Commentary: Although it made the nightly news so often in the 1990s that many Americans could name it more easily than they could their states’ capitals, to a generation of news junkies in the United States, Kosovo is simply another foreign locale they would be hard-pressed to pinpoint on a map.
Fox News Radio’s Todd Starnes writes on May 9 that a Gavilan Middle School student had been told by her art teacher that her drawing of the American flag with the words “God Bless America” on it was “offensive.”
Ethnic studies which have grown over the years across the country were banned by a new law that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed on Tuesday and immediately sparked a backlash from the Latino community.
Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell assesses the current administration.