One of America's best, brightest and most courageous educators, John Taylor Gatto, passed away on October 25 at 82.
It may be a century late to the party, but the Grey Lady has finally gotten around to exposing the most destructive quackery in American history — the “whole language” method used to “teach reading.”
VIDEO - Pastor Alvin Dupree is a member of the school board for the school district of Appleton, Wisconsin. He sat down with correspondent Alex Newman in studio to discuss the status of school systems and pushing of particular agendas. Pastor Dupree shares specific examples in the area where students have committed suicide due to bullying from opposing these agendas.
The upcoming controversial movie Roe v. Wade is projected to open in theaters the winter of 2019. The feature-length movie, produced by actor and producer Nick Loeb, is the true account of the infamous 1973 Supreme Court case that overturned states’ rights, legalizing abortion throughout the country and altering the course of the nation.
A male middle-school teacher in Florida is being punished for refusing to watch a female student shower naked after physical-education class, sparking an outcry among parents and advocates for sanity everywhere.
In a move that should surpise precisely no one, rapper Kanye West is recanting his recent political involvement with President Trump and Candace Owens, the originator of the Blexit movement.
Pittsburgh's City Council has demanded that Chick-fil-A be dumped as a sponsor of the community’s annual Three Rivers Marathon.
Is being Christian and robustly conservative now against tech companies’ terms of service? It increasingly seems so.
The closing credits at the end of the October 25th episode of the popular CBS sitcom Big Bang Theory featured an offensive, anti-Trump prayer of sorts in the latest “episode” of Hollywood-gone-mad.
Rapper, producer, and fashion designer Kanye West has relased a new clothing line encouraging black voters to leave the Democratic Party in a “Blexit.”
The technology is supposed to make schoolchildren safer — but should parents be concerned about their children's privacy?