Kaukab Siddique, an English professor at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, asserts that the Holocaust was a hoax and declares that Muslims should “rise up against this hydra-headed monster which calls itself Zionism.” However, though officials at Lincoln University have acknowledged Siddique’s disturbing remarks, they assert that they cannot take action, as Siddique is tenured.

On Friday (Oct. 15), FOX News reported that a middle school in Washington, D.C., got itself in hot water with parents after having distributed one of today's ubiquitous sex surveys to students. Somehow this kind of thing always comes as "news" to parents, despite the fact that such goings-on have been publicized all over the country for years. Are people in denial, or what?

If one needed further proof that the public education system is merely a program of progressive indoctrination, they need look no further than the George Soros productions to which our children are exposed in their curricula. Of the many Soros videos being shown to America’s students today are The Story of Stuff, The Story of Cap and Trade, The Story of Bottled Water, and now, Let There Be…Stuff?, a “faith-based” video on American consumption.

There are few bastions left against political correctness. Traditions, like the Confederate flag, have become highly controversial despite the fact that those who wish to honor that flag make a compelling case that their sentiment has nothing to do with racism or slavery. Most Confederate soldiers did not own slaves, and many Confederate officers, such as Robert E. Lee, disapproved of slavery.

Flocabulary, the grades 3-12 supplemental academic curriculum that features catchy hip-hop music and has been lauded by Oprah’s best friend Gayle King, is under fire for the negative way in which it depicts America’s early Presidents.