Davis High School in Kaysville, Utah, was fined $15,000 by the federal government for inadvertently leaving a soda pop vending machine running during its lunch period, demonstrating that letting Washington unconstitutionally subsidize education, including school lunches, virtually guarantees that the feds will unconstitutionally micromanage local schools.

The Catholic bishop of Davenport, Iowa, has decided to allow a homosexual group to present a hefty scholarship to a homosexual student at Prince of Peace Catholic high school.

After first refusing to permit the Eychaner Foundation to present the scholarship at Price of Peace High, Bishop Martin Amos reached an agreement with the group. Amos and the foundation jointly approved a script that will be read at an awards ceremony where Keaton Fuller will receive a $40,000 scholarship.

Our social engineers preach fairness but practice favoritism.  Case in point: Thirteen-year-old Keeling Pilaro, of Suffolk County, New York, is being denied the right to compete in sports based solely on sex.

The idea of a government education system was foisted on the American people by a coalition of Owenite communists, Harvard Unitarians, and misguided evangelical Protestants.

If California State Senator Ted Lieu (D) has his way, parents whose children struggle with unwanted same-sex attraction will not be able to seek help for their children through reparative therapy — treatment that has been found effective in helping individuals overcome homosexual tendencies.

The tragedy of America is that God has been taken out of its education system, and without God there is nothing there but nihilism. The goal of "progressives" like Henry A. Giroux is to corrupt students with ideas of social perfectibility that require the destruction of the most productive economic system in history and the rejection of God, the true source of our rights and our freedoms.  

The killing of three students by a fellow student at Chardon High School in Chardon, Ohio, on February 27, 2012, indicates that whatever problems existed that led to or caused the massacre at Columbine on April 20, 1999 have not gone away.

 

One of the goals of education in the early days of this country was to instill a sense of virtue in the young. At that time, most Americans were devoutly Christian. Virtually every family owned a Bible and attended a church. So the concern with rearing virtuous young men and women was the subject of many sermons and tracts.

As some totalitarian-minded governments escalate their attacks on parental rights and homeschooling, the Vatican’s delegation to the United Nations called on the world to respect families, the rights of parents to direct the upbringing of their children, and non-governmental forms of education. The Holy See’s representatives also called on UN member governments last week to stop indoctrinating the youth.

Last Thursday the Department of Labor withdrew a regulation proposed last September that would have imposed stringent rules on farm labor.

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