On June 4, 1787, delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia considered the scope of the presidential veto power.
A United Nations summit in Korea this week adopted a global “action plan” demanding a planetary “education” regime to transform children around the world into social-justice warriors and sustainability-minded “global citizens.” Among other elements, that means the UN-directed global education must promote “integrated development” of the “whole person,” including the formation of their ethics, values, and spirituality, the final document declared. The global-citizenship programs, with definitions to be incorporated in curricula worldwide, should also indoctrinate children so that they understand their responsibilities to “protect the planet,” and promote what the UN and its member governments consider to be the “common good.”
The Australia-based Walk Free Foundation released its 2016 Global Slavery Index on May 31, stating that an estimated 45.8 million people live in modern versions of slavery.
Washington State public schools have approved health education learning standards that include teaching gender expression to kindergarteners. The new K-12 health and physical education learning standards were quietly adopted by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) on March 25 without issuance of public notice or press release, according to the Daily Caller.
It’s as if we live in The Planet of the Apes, with the overwrought reaction to the recent killing of Harambe the gorilla. The only thing missing is Dr. Zaius complaining about how man is a “warlike creature who gives battle to everything around him.”
How would you react if a fairly muscular, athletic young man said he identified as a woman and asked you to sign a petition supporting his effort to play on a women’s sports team?
The Constitutional Convention of 1787 could be a cautionary tale of what could happen if the Constitution is opened to a contemporary con-con.
There is a tipping point — a point of no return — for any society. Can a society survive the breakdown of morality in which girls shower with boys? Obama and his cohorts may soon find that this is a bridge too far for many Americans.
Based on what critics have called “one of the biggest con jobs in U.S. literary history," the miniseries Roots has been remade for a new generation. Never let a good lie go to waste?
Planned Parenthood’s Richards Asserts That Abortion Is Matter of “Economic Security and Opportunity”Written by Warren Mass
In a recent op-ed piece for the woman’s fashion magazine Elle Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, asserted that “reproductive health” — a euphemism for both contraception and abortion — “isn’t a theoretical issue, a social issue, or a distraction — it’s a fundamental issue of economic security and opportunity.”