The Meitivs were first investigated last fall when their children, ages 10 and 6, were seen playing together at a park one block from their home.
While North Korean television depicted women in colorful traditional garb welcoming Steinem and the other activists along a main street in Pyongyang, hundreds of South Koreans reportedly accused the activists of “flattering Kim Jong-un” and promoting a “fake peace.” These protesters said the activists had allowed themselves to be used as propaganda by North Korea.
The New York Times asserts that thousands of blacks who once had government union jobs now don’t, and some of the primary reasons for this unemployment are “strong anti-government and anti-tax sentiment” as well as attempts by Republicans to weaken public sector unions.
Cory Gardner and Kelly Ayotte are pushing joint legislation that would incentivize drug companies that manufacture “routine-use contraceptives” to apply to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a switch to over-the-counter (OTC) sales.
As the U.S. Department of Education observes the higher education levels of parents who are homeschooling their children, a new trend is developing: institutions of higher learning are actively recruiting homeschooled children.
When unsuccessful Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis (D) was asked this week why it was acceptable to abort a seven-pound baby, she responded, “That never happens. It never happens. It really never happens.”
Administrators of a Las Vegas school district have received a demand letter from attorneys at the Thomas More Society charging them with unconstitutionally discriminating against a student by denying her the right to form a pro-life club at her high school.
According to the poll, Americans estimate on average that 23 percent of their fellow citizens are gay or lesbian. The National Health Interview Survey, published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – a highly definitive study from 2013 – found that fewer than 3 percent of respondents identified themselves as gay, lesbian, or bisexual, and only 1.6 percent self-identified as gay or lesbian.
The nation’s top young female conservative activists will gather in June to train in the methods they will use to bring the message that the ideology of the Left will make women more dependent on government and less successful in their individual goals.
Pope Francis addressed parents during his weekly audience Wednesday, strongly emphasizing that it is their role to educate their children, not that of “intellectual critics” who may try to take the place of parents, ousting them from their proper role.
Between 2003-2012, the number of American children between ages 5 to 17 who are home schooled has risen 61.8 percent, and that the percentage home schooled in that age range has increased from 2.2 to 3.4 percent.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker came out fighting for school vouchers Monday at a national conference of education reform advocates, where Walker said vouchers are a “moral and economic imperative.”
Gov. Scott Walker, a likely 2016 Republican contender, said he will not be able to go toe-to-toe with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush in terms of financial resources in a hypothetical contest between the two for the Republican nomination. But he says that won’t matter, if he’s got “a good message and a good strategy.”
Why run? “While other Republican leaders are talking about change, I’ve published detailed plans to repeal and replace Obamacare, rebuild America’s Defenses, make America energy independent, and reform Education for our nation’s children,” Gov. Jindal says.
Study: Birth Control Pills Associated With Thinning of Brain Structures Important in Regulating Emotions
“You might think after 50 years and hundreds of millions of women taking various incarnations of the pill, there would be a large and cohesive and impressive body of evidence on it, but there’s next to nothing,” one researcher says in amazement.
Jindal Expresses ‘Concerns’ about Louisiana Compromise Plan Considered ‘Big Win’ to Eliminate Common Core
Louisiana lawmakers and parents who oppose Common Core are supporting a plan they say would ultimately rid the state of the controversial education initiative. However, Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal has “concerns” about the legislation.
The strategy of abortion “storytelling” – a tactic borrowed from LGBT activists – is that a person who has had an abortion talks about it openly and positively in order to elicit the empathy of listeners who might then be persuaded that abortion is normal and a good thing for women. Only the institutional left would come up with a strategy that aims to make abortion sound like a normal part of life.
Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) introduced a bill Thursday that would return control of student education records back to parents and their children.
Jeb Bush hints he’s running for president in 2016, but where, exactly, is he running? The former Florida governor will skip the Iowa Straw Poll this summer, perhaps because of his unpopular view on Common Core standards.
The bill passed by a vote of 242-184. Four Democrats voted in favor of the bill and four Republicans voted against it. The measure now heads to the Senate.
Jane Orient, M.D., executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), observes to Breitbart News the ACP “is in a logical dilemma in advocating insurance coverage for treatment for transgender persons because insurers require a diagnostic code, and assigning a diagnostic code suggests the existence of pathology.”
National pro-life leaders have issued a joint statement calling upon the House of Representatives to pass a measure that would prohibit abortions in the United States past the fifth month of pregnancy. The bill will be considered on Wednesday.
The obvious question is: If Bush believes education should be decided at the state-level, why does he insist other states do what he did as Florida’s governor?
Georgetown University, the oldest Catholic and Jesuit institute of higher learning in the United States, will honor advocates of abortion during its commencement ceremonies this coming weekend.
Students at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York—a Jesuit institution—are calling for Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, to be disinvited as commencement speaker.