A couple of days ago, I made the pilgrimage to my local Barnes and Noble. The 50% off post-holiday sale was certainly enticing, but my true motivation was to obtain an early copy of the latest National Review issue. While flipping through a mixture of editorials and calls to arms, I stopped on an extremely thought-provoking article, aptly named “Vaccine Mandates and the Body Politic.” In it, Ari Schulman builds a compelling case for why the current vaccination marketing campa
Ph.d Seminars, masters degree programs, and K-12 Schools— while these halls of education and debate are the subject of heated discussion over race in America, one of these things is not like the other. The K-12 halls of learning divide politicians, parents, and educators greatly. The problem is K-12 schools have no business being infiltrated with the complex, ideologically motivated, notions of implicit racism, unconscious bias or any other term on the list of jargon that is
This past December, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Carson v. Makin. The case involves Maine’s tuition assistance program, which subsidizes tuition for private and public schools, but prohibits funding for “sectarian” religious schools. In other words, Maine taxpayer dollars can fund schools that merely have a religious status, but cannot go to schools that actively teach religious doctrine. Originally, Maine’s tuition program was designed to serve students living i
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