book review
Motorhome Prophecies: How Carrie Sheffield found peace in Christianity years after abandoning her religious father’s abuse

It took Carrie Sheffield decades to heal from the trauma of her childhood. She grew up in a motorhome with her seven siblings, constantly on the move to serve their… Read More

March 12, 2024
Book review: A conservative vision for the future of public education

In an education landscape long dominated by Democrats and liberal policies, what do conservatives have to offer? A lot, according to Frederick Hess and Michael McShane. In their new book,… Read More

February 20, 2024
Public Education
‘Conflicted’ explains how radical staff trainings led a schoolteacher to leave public education, warns parents of Nazi-like tactics

Changing school curriculum, replacing textbooks and teachers, and undermining the family unit – what sounds like common public-school criticisms today – enabled the rise of Nazism, warns one former schoolteacher. Read More

February 7, 2024
Book review: Oli London makes sense of the ‘gender madness’ in new autobiography

In the first chapter of his autobiography, Gender Madness, British man Oli London recalls traveling to Armenia where he had found a “yes man” doctor to perform three of his… Read More

August 24, 2023