Dr. Susan Berry

Dr. Susan Berry

Susan Berry has a doctorate in psychology. She writes about cultural, educational, and healthcare issues.

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WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 28: Anti-abortion activists hold a rally opposing federal funding for Planned Parenthood in front of the U.S. Capitol on July 28, 2015 in Washington, DC. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) announced a Senate deal to vote on legislation to defund Planned Parenthood before the Senate goes into recess in August. (Photo by Olivier Douliery/Getty Images)

Planned Parenthood Boasts Wins in Courts but Loses with American People

Planned Parenthood received several wins from the judiciary this week, including one in Indiana where a judge ruled the state’s law banning abortions for unborn children with disabilities is unconstitutional and another in Ohio where an injunction against a law redirecting taxpayer funds away from abortion vendors was upheld.

AP US History Book

AP U.S. History Text: White, Christian Americans Finding It ‘Difficult to Adjust’ to Becoming Minority

“It’s just a particularly clear example of the left-liberal bias that pervades nearly all of the College Board’s AP U.S. History course material, from the Trump administration right back through the colonial period,” he asserts. “Maybe this incident will wake parents up to the need for a real alternative to the College Board’s biased curriculum.”

Pro-Life-Groups

California School District Backed ‘Viewpoint Neutral’ Gun Control Walkout But Not Pro-Life Event

“They are not giving me any accommodation at all, except for the district policy of not punishing students for protesting,” Gillespie said in a statement prior to the event. “That is not the accommodation that I asked for; I asked for the same accommodation as the anti-gun protest, that teachers would be flexible in their lesson planning, and also for the availability of equipment that the anti-gun protestors were allowed to use.”

Oklahoma teacher strike

DeVos to Striking Teachers: ‘Serve the Students’

“I think about the kids,” the secretary said, reports the Dallas News. “I think we need to stay focused on what’s right for kids. And I hope that adults would keep adult disagreements and disputes in a separate place, and serve the students that are there to be served.”

President Barack Obama takes questions from first grade students during a classroom visit at Gen. Clarence Tinker elementary school at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. Obama is returning to Washington after visiting US Central Command (CentCom) and was updated on the ongoing military campaigns in Iraq and Syria. Standing at the front with Obama is teacher Elizabeth Slagal. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Obama Supporters Rush to Save His ‘Dangerous’ School Leniency Policy for Minority Students

As U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was meeting behind closed doors with educators and parents to re-evaluate the Obama-era school leniency policy of reducing reports of violent behavior committed by minority students, left-wing media and politicians were touting a new report that noted black students, boys, and students identified as “disabled” are disciplined at higher rates.