politics
Culture
Oregon county disbands ‘unnecessary’ DEI office that ‘foments friction’

An Oregon county commission has voted to disband its DEI office, which had a budget near $1 million. Despite containing portions of Portland, Oregon – one of the most liberal… Read More

January 29, 2024
Homeschools
Kansas, Missouri families plan Homeschool Capitol Days

Homeschooling parents in the Kansas City area don’t take their freedoms for granted – which is why they’re planning a visit to their legislators for a friendly reminder. The Christian… Read More

January 24, 2024
Opinion
Abortion, sacred truths, and politics

(The Daily Signal) – Speaking Jan. 5 in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, President Joe Biden said that the 2024 election is about whether “democracy” is “still America’s sacred cause.” But is… Read More

January 18, 2024
Culture
Meet the Dem operatives sitting on Harvard’s governing board

(Daily Caller News Foundation) – Harvard University’s highest governing board is filled with Democratic operatives and donors. The Harvard Corporation is a 12-member board that is responsible for the… Read More

January 16, 2024
Culture
Media attack new House Speaker Johnson, son for avoiding porn

(The Daily Signal) – New Speaker of the House Mike Johnson is facing a new line of attack from left-leaning media outlets this week—criticism of steps he has… Read More

November 8, 2023
Public Education
‘If you’re a candidate or lawmaker who opposes school choice and freedom in education – you’re a target.’ New PAC formed for school choice

A school choice advocacy group announced a new Super PAC last week, promising to go after state lawmakers who oppose school choice expansion. The American Federation for Children, a nonprofit… Read More

October 2, 2023
Public Education
Nearly 95% of teacher donations in Wisconsin went to Democrats, says report

(The Center Square) – A new report shows just how lopsided the political activity among teachers in Wisconsin really is. The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty on Monday shared… Read More

May 9, 2023
Culture
60% of voters avoid talking about controversial issues like gender identity

(The Center Square) – Nearly six out of every 10 voters admit they are now staying quiet about certain issues in order to keep the peace and avoid conflict, a… Read More

April 3, 2023
Opinion
1 in 4 college students choose schools based on state politics, report reveals

A new report reveals some students won’t attend college in states known for political positions different from their own. The report, published by Art &… Read More

March 29, 2023
Public Education
Senate Bill would wrest most authority from Ohio State Board of Education

(The Center Square) – Legislation introduced to the Ohio Senate proposes to overhaul the Ohio State Board of Education and remove nearly all its authority and duties. Read More

November 21, 2022
Public Education
Parents’ rights win big in north New Jersey school board races

Voters in North New Jersey elected slates of parents’ rights advocates to two area school boards, according to a report by North Jersey. Voters in Wyckoff,… Read More

November 15, 2022
Legislation
Washington state school director who bucked masking announces candidacy for governor

(The Center Square) – A Richland school board director fighting a recall effort has announced his candidacy for the 2024 Washington gubernatorial race. If elected, Misipati “Semi” Bird, who distinguishes… Read More

November 15, 2022
Public Education
Michigan Gov. Whitmer’s pandemic school-closure claim heavily scrutinized

(The Center Square) – The negative repercussions of the Michigan school closures include national test scores so low as to prompt state leaders to distance themselves from mandating extended in-person school… Read More

October 28, 2022
Culture
‘Follow the scientists,’ Pritzker dodges decision on COVID-19 vaccine mandate for school kids, defers to legislature

(The Center Square) – Incumbent Gov. J.B. Pritzker said he plans to let lawmakers decide if the state should require students to get a COVID-19 vaccine to go to school. Read More

October 28, 2022
Christian Schools, Legislation
Smithville becoming epicenter of the national school choice movement by way of the Stanley M. Herzog Foundation

SMITHVILLE, Mo. – The Stanley M. Herzog Foundation has quickly become a national leader for school choice, hosting a stellar inaugural event at its new headquarters here Thursday evening, headlined… Read More

October 7, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Missouri attorney general wants more information on invasive student surveys by Merrick Garland-connected firm

After vowing back in May to investigate invasive student surveys used in at least one school district, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has officially sent a civil… Read More

July 29, 2022
Culture
Berkeley professor: Questioning whether men can get pregnant is dangerous. Sen. Josh Hawley responds

For just asking her who is capable of giving birth, Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley was accused by a Berkeley professor this week of stoking violence and self-harm among… Read More

July 14, 2022
Culture
Pro-life organizers explain Kansas’ misunderstood abortion amendment, plead for truthful reporting on it

Kansas gave Donald Trump around 57% of its votes in both 2016 and 2020. Yet, barring approval of a constitutional amendment Aug. 2, it could become one of… Read More

July 12, 2022
Public Education
Critics blast Biden plan for 250,000 tutors to correct learning losses that he and supporters helped cause

President Biden has promised to fix learning losses from the COVID-19 pandemic, though critics argue his administration created the gap to begin with.  Pandemic learning losses prompted the… Read More

July 11, 2022
Culture
Virginia Republicans face uphill battle on abortion restrictions

(The Center Square) – Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin and some legislative Republicans intend to push a “pain threshold” abortion restriction during the next legislative session, but one of their biggest… Read More

July 8, 2022