Obama’s Education Secretary Arne Duncan is pushing a plan to create government boarding schools because, he claims, there are just certain children that government should “have” 24 hours a day, seven days a week. He also wants to turn all other schools into “community centers.” In reality, he wants more time to indoctrinate American children, as his own remarks make clear.
Newsweek celebrates “How Corporate America Propelled Same-Sex Marriage”; Walmart sponsors a perverse NYC “Gay Pride” parade in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling.
Kids can’t obtain soda or candy on Seattle school grounds, even with parental approval. But birth control devices are a different matter, as it has just been revealed that the city’s schools are giving IUDs to girls as young as 11 — without parental consent.
Many of us know that the well-known phrase "pursuit of happiness" is one of the "inalienable rights" cited by Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence, alongside "life" and "liberty." But how many know where the phrase came from (Jefferson was not the originator) or have reflected on the full meaning of this important right?
Bishop Joseph Strickland, the leader of the Catholic Diocese of Tyler, Texas, has written a statement condemning the Supreme Court’s June 26 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, mandating recognition of same-sex marriage in all 50 states. Strickland’s letter will be read to parishioners attending at Mass at all churches throughout the diocese this July 4 weekend.