Washington State University has responded to the controversy surrounding its professors' syllabi that trampled on free speech by censoring language in their classes. In a strongly worded statement from WSU’s interim school president Daniel J. Bernardo, the school reminded professors that they are required by law to adhere to constitutional speech protections.

Defying political correctness and the "transgender" agenda, some Missouri high-school students recently protested their school's decision to allow a boy to use the girls' locker room.

The New American has made some amazingly accurate predictions during its first three decades of publication, as evidenced by the examples compiled in this article.

Few people take moral stands today that could land them in prison, but Kim Davis is an exception. The Rowan, Kentucky, county clerk is still refusing to issue marriage licenses to anyone — homosexual or straight — even though the Supreme Court’s has refused to back up her position.

The 2015-2016 school year is now in session and with it comes stories of indoctrination at the hands of college professors. Campus Reform reports that multiple professors at Washington State University have threatened students that their grades would be negatively impacted if they failed to utilize gender-ambiguous language and failed to “defer” to non-white students.

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