Some statements and arguments are so asinine that you'd have to be an academic or a leftist to take them seriously.
Celebrations by parents, teachers, and taxpayers across the political spectrum over the purported death of Common Core in Indiana may have been premature.
Too many Republicans seem to think that the way to "reach out" is to offer blacks and other minorities what the Democrats are offering them.
Big Business and powerful corporate lobbyists are dropping millions of dollars on a massive propaganda campaign aimed at defending Common Core from the intensifying public uproar.
A jury in North Carolina has ruled that officials at University of North Carolina-Wilmington retaliated against one of the school's professors, a former atheist, because of his Christian views.
More and more children in America are being diagnosed with ADHD. But not only are the drugs prescribed for this "condition" destructive, says a behavioral neurologist with 50 years of experience, but they are billed as a cure for a disease that "does not exist."
GOP figures in Wisconsin are accused of sabotaging a bill that would have created a panel to review and potentially kill Common Core in the state.
If anyone wanted to pick a time and place where the political left's avowed concern for minorities was definitively exposed as a fraud, it would be now — and the place would be New York City, where far left Mayor Bill de Blasio has launched an attack on charter schools, cutting their funding, among other things.
One of the key “architects” of the controversial Common Core national standards announced an overhaul of the SAT that has critics up in arms.
Bill Nye the secularist "Science Guy" may be partly responsible for breathing life into a biblical creationist project of which he is highly critical.