“Religion is the only solid basis of good morals; therefore education should teach the precepts of religion and the duties of man towards God,” said signatory to the Constitution Gouverneur Morris. Contrary to popular myth, this was the common Founder view at the time. And while it’s not common today, some are proposing that the Bible should be a standard part of curricula.
When public school officials in Middleburgh, New York, called an assembly and used it to promote outrageous anti-Second Amendment propaganda demonizing American gun owners, at least one student objected.
Dr. Duke Pesta, academic director at FreedomProject Academy, a homeschooling option, defends against attacks targeting homeschooling, and tells why it works better.
If armed teachers are verboten, then a bucket of rocks kept in the closet of each classroom seems as bright an idea as any.
You wouldn’t think your kids could get suspended from school just because you exercised your constitutionally guaranteed rights off campus, but this is apparently what happened to one New Jersey family.
As part of a lecture on "whiteness," a fringe "professor" from Beloit College with a PhD in "Feminist Studies" — yes, seriously — was invited to UMN to give a lecture on how "whiteness poses an existential threat to social, political, and economic life in the U.S."