Little could be more valuable in the digital age than to have at least a basic knowledge of how to protect one's data. Sadly, colleges are not teaching those skills to students. The result is that many of today’s young people are not as tech-savvy as they may think. And their lack of knowledge is dangerous to them and the institutions where they work and go to school.
A new Marist poll indicated that more than half of those surveyed think that the Obama administration’s federal contraception mandate is unfair to the Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious groups defending themselves before the U.S. Supreme Court.
According to a 2012 study from the Department of Veterans Affairs, approximately 20 U.S. service veterans take their lives every day. And some experts contend the figure could be even higher than that. What’s more, a 2014 update to the study shows that the rates have increased among younger veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Thankfully, there are people who have made it their business to try to reduce those tragic figures. One example is Mark and Jill Baker of Marion, Michigan.
From its inception early in the 20th century, the ACLU has demonstrated a strongly anti-Christian bias. Their latest fundraising appeal continues that tradition.
Educators and students from all over the country flocked to the 17th Annual White Privilege Conference (WPC) in Philadelphia over the weekend. The controversial gathering touted a number of radical ideologies, including those that could only be described as anti-Christian and anti-police.