Now North Carolina Students Have the Right to Pray, Just Like the Rest of Us!

School prayer

This week, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed into law a bill which protects the religious rights of students in North Carolina schools.The new law, which takes effect immediately, protects student-led prayer--allowing students to pray silently, out loud, alone or with others, to the same extent as a student is permitted to reflect, meditate or speak on nonreligious matters.Students will be permitted to organize prayer groups and/or religious clubs.And students will be … [Read more...]

Middle School Teacher Suspended for Teaching America’s Racist History

Poster - Billy Van in Blackface

A middle school teacher in Monroe, Michigan has been suspended after showing a historical video in his history class showing a white man wearing blackface to imitate an African-American.The video was part of a history lesson on Jim Crow racial segregation laws.  Teacher Alan Barron, 59, played the video to show his students how some white Americans considered racist acts acceptable "entertainment" in the 1800s.According to the Monroe News, Monroe Middle School teacher Alan Barron … [Read more...]

You Send Your Children to Catholic Schools to: (A) Become More Inclusive; or (B) Learn Church Teaching

Catholic teacher

Why do you send your children to Catholic schools?  Is it to: (A)  Learn tolerance and inclusiveness, accepting all ideas and lifestyles equally, regarding all as on an even playing field. (B)  Learn from their drama teacher how others feel by play-acting their lifestyles on "Rainbow Appreciation Day." (C)  Learn from their social studies teacher that all religions have something to offer, and all are equally true. (D)  Learn from their science teacher that religion is bunk. (E)  Learn from … [Read more...]


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