Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina warned the New Hampshire Republican Leadership Summit that “Hillary Clinton must not be president."
State Education Officials Fear Federal Withholding of Funds Due to Low Common Core Test Participation
As parents have continued to opt their children out of the testing aligned with the Common Core standards by the thousands in some states, in others, the testing has been halted entirely due to numerous technological glitches, leaving some state education officials worried their federal funding could be at stake as a result of low participation rates in the mandated tests.
As former Hewlett-Packard CEO and California Senate candidate Carly Fiorina nears a decision to run for president in 2016, she blasted Hillary Clinton’s recent attack on CEO pay and the “selective outrage of the left.”
In a press release last week, the American College of Pediatricians urged health care providers to educate young women about the strong link between abortion and breast cancer.
Nearly three months after caving to a group of Republicans led by Rep. Renee Ellmers of North Carolina, the House GOP is trying to resurrect the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, though Ellmers has demanded another language change in the bill
Wyoming Catholic College has rejected $1 million in federal student aid programs to keep its Catholic identity, rejecting strings tied to the funding regarding birth control, same-sex marriage, and gender issues--requirements that are not in keeping with the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Hearst Granddaughter Launches ‘Cosmo Harms Minors’ Campaign Against Corporation’s Best-Selling Young Women’s Magazine
“Cosmo is anti-God, anti-Christian, anti-marriage, and promotes a deviant lifestyle centered on sex,” she says. “It promotes promiscuity - with its risks of getting STDs, being raped or murdered, and its promise of emotional and psychological damage, including suicide," the granddaughter of the founder of the Hearst Corporation says.
In Iowa Tuesday, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton set out a “new vision” for education in America which includes support for the Common Core standards, a position that puts her at odds with the nation’s teachers’ unions and has her siding with big government establishment Democrats who support teacher evaluations based on student performance on Common Core-aligned tests.
In a review of Hillary Clinton’s stand on top issues in the nation, PBS reported that Clinton’s position on the Common Core standards is “unknown.”
Turning Point Action has launched a new website for students who want to say #HillNO to a Hillary Clinton presidency.
As Hillary Clinton kicks off her campaign, she's looking to EMILY's List to help. But when Boomer Democrats open their wallets to EMILY’s List, they’ll be entrusting their cash to an organization with a pitiful record of success and hopes for outreach to a demographic that, philosophically, no longer shares the “abortion is women’s freedom” value.
On Friday, April 17, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) will have thousands of public high school students, and increasing numbers of middle school students, remain silent throughout an entire school day to promote the militant LGBT agenda among young people.
An American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) attorney said Friday that Louisiana’s proposed religious liberty bill could allow husbands to hit their wives and would “dismantle the Louisiana legal system.” As reported at Nola.com, ACLU attorney Marjorie Esman said regarding husbands,
The Georgia House Rules Committee has failed to advance a highly popular resolution that would have the state’s congressional delegation urge a competitive market for Advanced Placement tests, the federal subsidies for which go entirely to the College Board.
Religious groups such as the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) are the target of an imminent ACLU lawsuit that hopes to order the federal government to release information about how the groups are awarded government funding contracts to assist illegal unaccompanied minors, yet refuse to allow the minors access to contraception and abortion.
A resident advisor (RA) at Marshall University in West Virginia has placed a poster in a freshman dorm that attacks heterosexual Christian students by defining them as “privileged.”
Newly announced presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and potential Republican candidate Carly Fiorina will headline the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List’s Campaign for Life Gala and Summit on April 16, 2015 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, D.C.
The number of men to be ordained to the priesthood in the U.S. Catholic Church in 2015 has increased 25 percent from last year, according to a newly released survey.
The editor of Religion News Service (RNS) says grant funding received from the Arcus Foundation, a powerfully wealthy LGBT activist organization, has had no influence upon its coverage of faith issues.
A grassroots group of parents in South Carolina has organized a campaign to allow children to opt out of Common Core-aligned tests in the wake of a unanimous vote by the state’s Board of Education to replace the standards with “new” standards that are 90 percent aligned with Common Core.
Sen. Lamar Alexander’s (R-TN) rewritten draft legislation that would reauthorize No Child Left Behind (NCLB) will likely not allow Title I dollars for low-income children to follow them to schools of their choice, an outcome that would be a win for the Obama administration.
NYS Gov. Cuomo Angers Teachers Union With Education Plan Featuring Performance Ratings Tied To Student Tests
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D) education plan that provides a new system for teacher evaluations and a firing process for ineffective teachers has drawn the ire of New York State United Teachers (NYSUT).
Since its alignment with the controversial Common Core standards, the General Educational Development (GED) test has lost its swagger as the dominant high school equivalency measure.
Though President Bill Clinton signed the nation’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) into law, his wife has denounced similar laws put forward in states such as Indiana and Arkansas, preferring instead to create an image of faith as subservient to the institutional left's militant LGBT agenda.
Becket Fund for Religious Liberty: Indiana RFRA Fix ‘A Green Light for Driving Religious People out of Business’
The senior counsel of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty says that Indiana’s proposed “fix” to its Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) is “unnecessary” and would serve as “a green light for driving religious people out of business.”