Opinion
Opinion
Failed federal prosecution of pro-life advocate Mark Houck a frightening tale of persecution worthy of a totalitarian state

I’ve read about countries like this. I never thought I’d live in one. In his book When Faith Is Forbidden: 40 Days on the Frontlines with Persecuted Christians, Todd Nettleton, host… Read More

February 6, 2023
Culture, Opinion
Op-Ed: Drag shows dehumanize women

Warning: Adult content. See, that wasn’t that hard. I never thought I’d have to say this, but drag shows aren’t something we should be celebrating, especially not… Read More

February 2, 2023
Legislation, Opinion
Op-Ed: Iowa education reforms point to what’s next

(The Center Square) – This week, the Iowa legislature passed the Students First Act, which creates a universal Education Savings Account (ESA) program. The Students First Act will allow Iowa… Read More

Opinion, Public Education
Colorado teachers’ union will say anything to get more money

A new report from Colorado’s teachers’ union blames underfunding for a litany of issues, including school violence and a lack of LGBT-inclusivity. The Colorado Education Association (CEA)… Read More

January 30, 2023
Culture, Opinion
Op-Ed: Liberal religious leaders are shooting themselves in the foot by suing over Missouri’s abortion ban

A small group of liberal religious leaders is suing the state of Missouri over its abortion ban, ironically claiming access to abortion is part of their religion. Although… Read More

January 27, 2023
Opinion, Public Education
Op-Ed: Woke ideology is infiltrating curricula and teacher training produced by activists

Public school teachers assemble very little of their own curriculum, leaving an opening leftist activists use to sneak in woke doctrine. Frequently, educators adopt a ready-made package from… Read More

January 26, 2023
Opinion, Public Education
Op-Ed: Teachers’ unions are ‘political creatures’ feeding on ‘teacher salaries’

Teachers’ unions have a stranglehold on American public education. But now, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is taking the fight to the unions. “Teacher unions no longer resemble the… Read More

January 25, 2023
Opinion
Op-Ed: Enrollment declines increase pressure on ‘woke’ higher ed

(The Center Square) – Higher education is confronting a problem: its customer base is shrinking. High birth rates in the 1990s and early 2000s created large incoming classes. After reaching… Read More

January 20, 2023
Opinion, Public Education
Kansas school district dodges questions about taxes ahead of huge bond issue

(The Sentinel) – School districts routinely ask voters to approve hundreds of millions in new bond issue debt with the promise that it won’t cost them anything. But there is… Read More

January 18, 2023
Opinion
It’s time for school choice in Texas

(The Center Square) – School choice is surging in popularity: 74% of parents with school-aged children want control over their children’s education dollars. Here in Texas, a … Read More

January 18, 2023
Opinion, Public Education
Kansas Department of Education takes ‘another lap on the grade inflation tour’

(The Sentinel) – The Kansas Department of Education conducted a fifty-city “Kansans Can Success Tour” in 2021 that felt like high school pep rallies, with the announcement of record-setting… Read More

January 17, 2023
Opinion, Public Education
New law requires New Jersey schools to teach critical thinking, but could it be politicized?

A recently signed New Jersey law will ensure public schools teach critical thinking and other research skills, but some worry it could be politicized in the classroom. New… Read More

January 11, 2023
Culture, Opinion
Woke ‘implicit bias’ training for educators is a priority for national teachers’ union

The nation’s largest teachers’ union wants educators to know they are inevitably biased, even racially biased, despite their best intentions. “Understandably, most people aren’t too eager to be… Read More

January 10, 2023
Opinion
Stanford University claims ‘freshman’ and ‘American’ are offensive terms

Despite stiff competition, Stanford University recently became a major contender in the race to become the most politically correct academic institution ever. Stanford released the Elimination… Read More

January 5, 2023
Culture, Opinion
CDC announces new disease: conservatism

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is promoting its latest resource: an LGBT inclusivity self-assessment for educators. But what disease does it target?… Read More

January 4, 2023
Opinion
Teaching proper grammar and math is racist, say these teachers

A California teacher refuses to teach proper grammar because she claims it upholds white supremacy. “Public education is an institution that upholds lots of problematic systems in our… Read More

December 29, 2022
Culture, Opinion
Children as young as 6 attend erotic ‘Christmas’ drag queen show in Kansas City, guarded by police and Antifa

Imagine if exotic dancers left their strip clubs to stage a vulgar, sexually suggestive public performance at a local theater – for “all ages,” no less. Now imagine some adults… Read More

December 22, 2022
Culture, Opinion
Fathers are important, and other lessons I learned when my parents divorced

Having a father in the home may be the single-most determining factor in the successful development of a child. I know the importance of having a father in the… Read More

December 19, 2022
Culture, Opinion
American ‘Girl’ sacrifices our daughters on the altar of gender ideology

First Disney, now American Girl dolls. Thanks, gender ideology, for ruining my childhood. American Girl’s new book “Body Image” is being… Read More

December 12, 2022
Opinion, Public Education
Fifth-grade public school teacher identifying as ‘trans demi-boy non-binary’ offers a shorthand lesson in all that ails education

A self-identified “trans demi-boy non-binary” elementary teacher posted a video to social media on teaching children about imaginary “gender identities” and pronouns. Skye Tooley is… Read More

December 6, 2022