In 1914, when the bulk of the soldiers on both sides of World War I were Christian and Christmastime rolled around, fighting ceased, despite orders from superiors.
From an elementary school that had second-graders protest the Ferguson grand-jury decision to law schools that diminish the rule of law, truth is taking a back seat to race in America's institutions of learning.
President Obama's announcement yesterday that he is taking steps to end our "outdated approach" with Cuba and re-establish diplomatic relations has kicked up a firestorm of controversy. But one element that may be widely overlooked in the debate is how influential forces in the U.S. government and major media significantly aided and abetted Castro in his bid for communist domination of the island.
In an effort to reverse declining school-lunch sales, at least two school districts have tried rewarding students for buying the new and unpopular federally mandated lunches.
The University of Maine is answering for a bizarre mandate that came down from a school administrator that stated that all “religious-themed” decorations could not be placed in common areas on campus, including candy canes. Students on campus created an uproar, forcing the school to retract its ban.