A respected evangelical Christian publisher has released a book that argues in favor of homosexual relationships in the Church.

Reneging on its treaties, the U.S. government forced the “Five Civilized Tribes” in the East to move to Indian Territory in Oklahoma, causing death, destruction — and faith in God.

The Boy Scouts of America has booted a church in Washington state over its refusal to remove a homosexual Scout leader from his position with the church's Scout troops.

A Michigan utility has pulled a "Duck Dynasty" event over concerns of offending the homosexual community.

Facing a growing avalanche of grassroots opposition from teachers, parents, and voters across the political spectrum, pro-Common Core forces — Big Business, Big Media, the Obama administration, and more — are striking back at their critics, oftentimes with outright deception and utterly ridiculous claims. However, under even a modicum of scrutiny, the absurd allegations and unsubstantiated statements made by proponents of the Obama administration-funded nationalization of education standards promptly fall apart. It appears, then, that while Common Core supporters have the big bucks — much of it from U.S. taxpayers, most of the rest from Big Business and the Gates Foundation — advocates for local control and proper education have the truth on their side.