Teach for America was founded to reform American public education with an infusion of idealistic young graduates from our universities who would volunteer to teach in our failing public schools for two years, but is it workable?

In Licensed to Lie, former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell exposes corruption in the Department of Justice, including how prosecutors break the law to convict the innocent.

“The bad economist sees only what immediately strikes the eye. The good economist also looks beyond,” asserted Henry Hazlitt in Economics in One Lesson, first published in 1946.

For this Valentine's Day weekend, moviegoers looking for a date-night movie with their significant other have a choice between two extremes. On one end of the spectrum is Fifty Shades of Grey, a film based on the perverse novel by the same title. On the other end of the spectrum is Old Fashioned, an indie film that portrays a budding romance between two unlikely lovers and does so with a focus on honor and fidelity.

Why are so many well-educated parents refusing to have their infants immunized against Hepatitis B, measles, mumps, and rubella (M.M.R.), as well as diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DTP)?

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