Digital addiction is turning kids into tech junkies, connected to devices and disconnected from people. And this habit can be harder to kick than alcohol or even drugs.
Two businesses have decided that they do not want to be associated with disrespect for the National Anthem, and so they have pulled their endorsements from Broncos player Brandon Marshall.
In a move that seems to have the potential to set up many students for failure, the University of Iowa has instituted a social justice degree program. The program was approved by the Iowa Board of Regents on Thursday, and is expected to be implemented by the spring of 2017.
One NFL player, Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters, used the raised clenched-fist salute during opening-day protests at the start of the NFL season, despite the gesture meaning solidarity with communist causes and radicalism.
On September 11, 2001, nineteen al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four airliners and flew three of them into the Pentagon and the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. The fourth plane, which was reportedly headed to the White House, crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. By days end, almost 3,000 souls had perished and another 6,000 people were injured. The New York city skyline and the American political landscape were both changed. Fifteen years later, it appears that another casualty of that day was privacy. The Twin Towers came down and the surveillance state rose.
Is the real issue in the Colin Kaepernick situation that an athlete won’t stand for the National Anthem? Or is it that the nation won’t stand strongly against unpatriotic citizens?
A new Massachusetts law may force churches to comply with controversial transgender bathroom policies, according to guidance issued by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, responsible for enforcing the state’s anti-discrimination laws. The guidance suggests that the state’s recently passed amendment allowing “gender identity” protections under its anti-discrimination law can be read in such a way that even churches would be acting in violation if they did not comply under certain circumstances.
While claiming to be a grassroots organization formed in response to the prevalence of police violence, Black Lives Matter (BLM) is actually 100-percent Astroturf. With coffers bulging with millions of dollars from George Soros, the Ford Foundation, and other deep-pocketed leftist individuals and groups, BLM is little more than a front organization for these leftists and their agenda to reshape the very fabric of American society, culture, and law.
Many students on today’s college campuses are trigger-warning happy. And while this may occasionally concern guns, it just as likely may concern racism, sexism, classism, able-bodyism, the Constitution, white men or just about anything else.
The protest by an NFL player against the "Star-spangled Banner" and the flag is just the latest attack upon American symbols of heritage. And it assuredly won't be the last.