A new bill introduced in the California Senate promises to guarantee “children’s rights.” But it really amounts to eviscerating parents’ rights and empowering the state — to raise your kids in its own image.
Will Facebook's actions against "fake news" be just a clamp-down on what’s fake or an unfair shake? That’s the question now that social-media behemoth Facebook has vowed to combat “fake news.”
A new analysis published on Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine reveals that approximately one in six adults in the United States is taking at least one psychiatric drug, most commonly an antidepressant or antianxiety drug. The findings underscore the legal drug epidemic plaguing this country as Americans have become increasingly dependent on pharmaceuticals.
On December 13, Ohio Governor John Kasich vetoed the Heartbeat Bill, which would have banned abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
Now, a school district in Texas has banned a Charlie Brown Christmas poster — because it quotes Linus saying what Christmas is all about.
The new age of extreme political correctness has proven to be destructive and pervasive and is churning out a generation of millennials ill-equipped for the harsh realities of the world. In this era of PC on steroids, college campuses no longer permit free speech, athletes take issue with innocuous words such as “posse,” and musicians are recreating Christmas classics with a PC-tilt. Sadly, the PC movement rages on, and the latest industry to be affected by this hyper political correctness is comedy.
Cal State University at San Marcos hosted its "Whiteness Forum" December 1 to help students navigate the racially-charged climate allegedly intensified by Trump's victory.
A Connecticut official is threatening to prohibit state employees from donating to the American Family Association via payroll deduction because of the group's opposition to the homosexual agenda.
The Ohio state House of Representatives and Senate both passed legislation on December 6 that bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
While some of Donald Trump’s appointments so far have been celebrated by his supporters, the president-elect's nominee for U.S. education secretary, Betsy DeVos, has raised serious concerns, even among Trump’s most loyal backers. From concerns about her involvement with pro-Common Core organizations, to growing doubts about whether President-elect Trump's administration intends to follow through on pursuing candidate Trump's call for shutting down the unconstitutional U.S. Department of Education, the controversy has only grown in recent days. Trump’s team even claimed in a statement to be pursuing “higher national standards.” DeVos has tried to ease concerns by speaking out against Common Core, and some conservative education leaders have called for giving her a chance. Others have vowed to fight her nomination to the end.