After sparking a national outcry, the government school in Florida that was persecuting a male middle-school teacher for refusing to watch a young girl shower naked is doubling down.
A proposal being considered by the Washington, D.C., city council would require parents participating in playgroups to get a license.
A teacher turned whistleblower at a government school in the United Kingdom warned that vulnerable children — most of whom have autism and other mental disorders — were being “tricked” and “brainwashed” into believing they are the wrong sex by school officials.
Without God, that ultimate recipient of thanks, the “Thanks” and the “giving” are taken from Thanksgiving, reducing it to just “Turkey Day” (praise be the bird?).
Although many holidays have broad international appeal, Thanksgiving — arguably America’s second-favorite holiday after Christmas — is celebrated only in the United States and Canada. What originated as a sort of harvest festival among British colonists in the New World has taken on a life of its own. No longer is Thanksgiving a mere celebration of the harvest (a ritual found in many cultures); it has become a symbol of the oft-neglected virtue of gratitude.
The Pilgrim Code of 1636 has been erased from our contemporary curriculum, but it was our first modern constitution.
Instructors at a British university have been told not to use the words “do” and “don’t” and not to write words in all capital letters because doing so could frighten students into not completing assignments.
At most, 0.03 percent of the population — three out of 10,000 people — suffers from “gender dysphoria,” the strong sense that one was born in the body of the wrong sex. Yet 17 children at one British school alone are in the process of “changing gender,” to use the common but incorrect terminology. A whistleblower reports that this isn’t because the institution is somehow beating the odds, however, but because social engineers are beating into the kids’ heads that they should be odd.