A concealed-carry gun law designed to make a whole college campus a safer space is being protested in a truly offensive way, with, as one newspaper puts it, students “fighting firearms with phalluses."
“Our intent is to limit student exposure to religious teachings, profanity and violent lyrics," said a government-schools spokesman recently. The statement speaks volumes, lumping all religious teaching in with profane rap music. And can you guess which type of music, religious or rap, the social-justice warriors are defending?
A New Mexico academic official has admitted that high-school students were given babies’ brains to dissect at his institution. Since this is, reportedly, is a violation of the law, will he be brought to justice?
Whether or not it's don't ask, it's certainly don't tell. That is, don't tell the parents that a boy may be sleeping with their daughter.
Hillary Clinton is running what may be a truly historic campaign, as she is possibly the most unhealthy major party nominee to ever seek our nation’s highest office. And this raises a question: Could electing her leave us with a President Tim Kaine?
“There are some ideas so absurd that only an intellectual could believe them,” observed author George Orwell. And Princeton University is obviously replete with intellectuals, as evidenced by its new obsession: eliminating the word “man” from its Human Resources Department.
“The elite are not the problem right now; the people are,” said German president Joachim Gauck in June. His comment perhaps reflected an old division with a new twist. The division is the Elite vs. the Street. And then there's the twist.
While the Iranians may demean us as “The Great Satan,” some Americans seem hell bent on living down to that pejorative. Case in point: a recent local assembly meeting in Alaska and its opening prayer — which happened to be to the Devil.
A leading German spy chief again confirmed that the terrorist group-cum-caliphate Islamic States has succeeded in sneaking hit squads and sleeper cells into Germany.
When you hear about government controlling church sermons, you might assume that China or Cuba would be the scene of such tyranny. But now the United States is also, with Iowa state officials not only claiming the power to determine what is and isn’t a “religious purpose,” but also, shockingly, to control church sermons.