Press "Enter" to skip to content

Category: Education

Drag-queen demon reads to kids at Michelle Obama Library

The Michelle Obama public library in Long Beach, California, has presented to children who are part of its young readers program a huge array of diversity and “inclusion” agendas. In one shot. It was when Xochi Mochi arrived for a visit. That made the program pro-LGBTQ. And transgender. And drag queen-friendly. And Satanist-approved, with the […] …

The 1st world war was earlier than you may think

Her beautiful, long hair was scalped off her head by Indians after she was shot. This was the fate of Jane McCrea, whose loyalist fiancé David Jones had only weeks earlier joined British General “Gentleman Johnny” Burgoyne. General Burgoyne was marching in June of 1777 with 7,000 British and Hessian troops from Canada to Albany, […] …

Hurricanes, floods, fires … and now a supervolcano threatens U.S.

The “supervolcano” at Yellowstone National Park has been hit by a swarm of hundreds of earthquakes in recent weeks. And now, there is more bad news from scientists – it could blow far sooner than anticipated. Evidence recently presented at a volcanism conference in Portland, Oregon, suggests the process which led to Yellowstone’s most recent […] …

Communism leaves ‘trail of corpses’ wherever it goes

Free college, free health care, and government-defined income levels are all increasingly popular notions among the political left in the United States, but they are also raising concerns among opponents that some of the basic tenets of communism are alive and well in the United States. This month marks 100 years since the Bolshevik Revolution […] …

‘Diversity’ madness explodes life of white Christian rising star

Imagine you’re a university administrator who has served an evangelical Christian college for two decades. Your career is flourishing and your dedication apparent as you faithfully serve the university and climb the administration ranks. One day, the university says you’re being considered for a prestigious position: vice president of student development. You’re delighted. After all, it’s […] …

School league told: Explain why boys can’t dance or get sued

A top-flight legal team with a long record of victories at the U.S. Supreme Court over property and civil rights is putting pressure on the Minnesota State High School League to explain why it bans boys from its high school dance competitions. The issue involves Kaiden Johnson, a 15-year-old sophomore at Superior High School in […] …

Penn legacy: A totally new construct for government

After Columbus discovered the New World, Spain grew in power to surpass Portugal as the largest global empire, giving rise the saying, the sun never set on the Spanish Empire. From Madrid, the Spanish Holy Roman Emperor Charles V ruled territories in Europe, North America, Central America, South America, Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and all […] …

What would the Iron Lady think about England today?

Known as “The Iron Lady” for her stand against communism, Margaret Thatcher was born Oct. 13, 1925. She became the first woman prime minister of the United Kingdom at a time when England’s government was facing bankruptcy, unemployment was on the rise, and there were conflicts with labor unions. Margaret Thatcher successfully turned the country […] …