In the wake of the Florida high school shooting in February, many across the country are reeling for answers as to how we can stop mass shootings in our schools. But what is the fix? What solution will prevent more killings at school? Some say … [Read more...] about What’s Really Causing Gun Violence
In the weeks following the horrific Parkland, Florida school shooting, the country was enamored by surviving students who the news called “eloquent” and “bold” in their public campaign for gun control. In no time at all, these … [Read more...] about Parkland Students Anti-Gun Protests Were Professional
Our national motto, “In God We Trust” has long been a favorite target of atheist groups who want to remove public references to God. Now they are at it again, this time in the Missouri town of Wentzville, which opened a brand new city … [Read more...] about Missouri Town Defends National Motto
In 2017, Google fired one of its highly paid engineers, James Damore, merely for raising questions about his company’s “diversity and inclusion” programs and policies. In a thoughtful essay he shared with fellow Googlers last year, … [Read more...] about Social Media Monopolies Advance Leftist Agenda
Despite his headline-grabbing indictment of Russian nationals for interfering with the U.S. election, special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of collusion between any Russians and the Trump campaign. Mueller indicted 13 Russians who … [Read more...] about Social Media at Fault for Russian Interference?
Phyllis Schlafly believed, as Abraham Lincoln did, that “The philosophy of the classroom today will be the philosophy of the government tomorrow.” When parents had no voice in the classroom, she became that voice. When conservatives didn’t know what … [Read more...] about Looking Back To The “Government of Tomorrow”
Every fall as students go back to their college campuses, we see even more ridiculous antics and thought police outrage from the radical left. In just a few short years we’ve gone from “free speech zones” and “safe … [Read more...] about How To Advance Freedom on Campus
Maryland Democrat Congressman Anthony Brown announced plans this summer for a bill that would fight hate speech and hate crimes on college campuses. How, you might ask? According to Congressman Brown, this bill would require public colleges and … [Read more...] about Defining “˜Acceptable’ Free Speech
Women can excel in many fields that don’t require same physical strength as a man – writing computer code, for example. But as we learned from the 10-page memorandum written by James Damore, the 28-year-old engineer recently fired by … [Read more...] about Ok, Google?
“I didn’t leave the Democratic Party,” Ronald Reagan famously said when he began his political career in the 1960s. “The party left me.” Now the same is being said by many former fans about the National Football League. … [Read more...] about The NFL Leaves America