They may all be sugar and spice — but “everything nice” is debatable with a new study showing that girls are more likely than boys to be the perpetrators of teen dating violence.
A far-left hate group, the Southern Poverty Law Center, uses an innocent sounding name to attack cultural and political opponents.
A new globalism-promoting “morality” test to be used by government schools in the United Arab Emirates has education watchdogs sounding the alarm. The standardized assessment will center on so-called “social and emotional learning,” a new frontier in education that is meant to scientifically indoctrinate students with government-approved attitudes, values, and beliefs. Meet the Moral Education Standardized Assessment (MESA).
California's Azusa Pacific University has revised its code of conduct to permit same-sex relationships, recognized a campus support group for LGBT students, and created a “safe space” for them.
Formerly known as "America's Dad," Bill Cosby was sentenced on Tuesday to three to 10 years in prison for a 2004 sexual assault.
Despite the best efforts by the Left to claim that there are no differences between males and females, pesky science continues to rear its ugly head and disprove that notion. A new study out of Queensland, Australia, has found that girls perform significantly better than boys in the United States on standardized reading and writing tests. Pair this with studies showing that boys outperform girls mathematically and the Left may implode. Perhaps biology matters more than they’d like to believe.
The federal government is squandering over $1 million for a program to push “social justice” indoctrination on high-school math teachers and students, according to media reports based on government documents. The goal of the scheme is for science and math teachers to be “steeped in the context of social justice” and to “promote social justice teaching,” grant documents show.
The debate over the sexuality of beloved Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie rages on despite a statement by Sesame Street released in 2011 in which the television show officially deemed the two characters “asexual.”
The Emmy Awards were, once again, a showcase of leftist politics. Fortunately, few people watched or cared.
Pampers, one of the nation’s top-selling diaper brands, has quietly decided to drop Sesame Street characters from its design in order to make the diapers more “inclusive,” the New York Post reports.