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High Noon for Citizenship at High Court

It was high drama on Tuesday at the Supreme Court as the Justices heard what many consider to be the most important case of the Term.  At issue is whether the upcoming 2020 census will be allowed to include the following question: “Is this person a … [Continue Reading...]

Survey Shows Younger Teachers Want Freedom From Unions

For Immediate Release: April 24, 2019 Contact: Ryan Hite, Communications Director St. Louis, MO:  A new survey this monthconducted by the nonprofit Teacher Freedom shows that a growing number of younger teachers (aged 35 and under) want the freedom to negotiate their salaries and pay packages without Union … Continue Reading >>

Zero Tolerance for Boys

Zero tolerance policies are hurting American schoolchildren, and young boys are the primary targets. Most people have heard of the infamous incident in which a second grade boy from Maryland was punished for nibbling a Pop-Tart into the shape of a gun. Under the school’s no tolerance policy, that boy was given a … Continue Reading >>

Supreme Court to Hear Citizenship Census Question Today

For Immediate Release: April 23, 2019 Contact: Ryan Hite, Communications Director Washington, D.C.:  The U.S. Supreme Court today will hear arguments in Department of Commerce v. New York, a high profile case stemming from 18 states' and several cities' opposition to the addition of a 2020 Census question about … Continue Reading >>

Dethroning American Royalty

If the Affordable Care Act wasn’t affordable and the Net Neutrality Act wasn’t neutral, can you guess what the Congressional Accountability Act didn’t solve? That act of Congress is the law establishing a special justice system exclusively for harassment accusations leveled at members of Congress and their staffs. It … Continue Reading >>

Coordinated Attacks Against Christians Worldwide

For Immediate Release: April 22, 2019 Contact: Ryan Hite, Communications Director St. Louis, MO:  While churches in France are still smoldering from vicious and violent attacks in the last few weeks, a coordinated series of bombings unleashed carnage and devastation in churches and other major public places in Sri … Continue Reading >>