Written by Bruce Deitrick Price
Once upon a time, a teacher would teach American History. On exams, students would be asked questions about American history. Testing was straightforward and needed little discussion.
In the modern era, however, content is disparaged and facts are scorned. The goal, seemingly, is to keep kids busy ...
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
ObamaCare was supposed to be a big success by now, according to predictions made by liberals who railroaded it through Congress in 2010. Instead, as admitted by one of its leading architects, Democratic Senator Max Baucus, it’s heading for a “train wreck” later this year.
Written by Right Side News
ANN ARBOR, MI — Today, TMLC filed a lawsuit in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan challenging the Obama Administration's HHS Mandate. The lawsuit was brought on behalf four brothers, Terrence, John, James and Christopher Nagle and their family-owned business, M&N ...
Written by William A. Estrada, Esq.
HSLDA has previously written articles expressing concerns with the Common Core Standards established in 2009 and the move toward national standards, curriculum, and tests.
A related concern is the rise of state databases of student-specific data, and the recent push toward aligning them between ...
Written by Smart Meter Content
Since 2009, Dominion Virginia Power has installed over 100,000 smart meters in demonstration areas of Midlothian, Charlottesville, Northern Virginia, downtown Richmond, Williamsburg and areas of Blue Ridge. We are continuing our investment in smart meter technology by upgrading meters in ...
Written by John C. Goodman
Within the White House, within the Democratic chambers in Congress and among the (overwhelmingly liberal) health policy community there was considerable anguish last week. The reason: a new study finds that (as far as physical health is concerned) there is no difference between being in ...
Written by Michael Ramey
Since its introduction in 2008, the Common Core State Standards Initiative, or “Common Core” (CCSSI) has been touted as a “voluntary, state led” initiative to adopt a common set of academic standards for all states in the country. As it turns out, the development of Common Core was not state-led, ...
Written by Rep. Charles Boustany, Rep. Marsha Blackburn and Rep. Phil Gingrey
As we work to rein in wasteful spending and improve retirement security, our nation cannot afford to overlook Medicaid’s long-term care financing crisis.
We’re completely unprepared for the coming “age wave.” More than 15 million Americans will be 85 years or older in 2040. While seven in 10 ...
Written by John C. Goodman
One of the worst features of the American health care system is the sorry state of medical malpractice law. Fewer than 2 percent of injured patients ever file a lawsuit. Of those that do, only one in 15 receives compensation. More than half of every dollargoes to cover the cost of litigation, ...