Written by Gary Yinger
I have posted several articles on the very fast moving agenda in our schools that will cause terrible harm to our children. The homosexual agenda could destroy the moral fabric of our country as they target children, since that is where our future lies. Have you checked your local school's ...
Written by Arash Irandoost, Ph.D.
Disguised as “Iran experts”, unsavory characters are operating at American universities advocating for policies favorable to the Islamic regime
The Islamic Republic of Iran, designated as a state sponsor of terrorism, has found yet another ally in its propaganda war. Mullahs have ...
Written by John
One of the strange things about the politics of health reform is the willingness of those on the left to segregate low-income families into a separate and (universally acknowledged) inferior health care system called Medicaid. Half of all the people who will be newly insured under Obama care will ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
Flip through enough of the 99 percent signs and you realize that the majority of that demographic aren't complaining about the lack of financial regulation or income inequalities, so much as they're upset that they took on loans to pay for college degrees to get jobs that don't actually exist.
Written by Eagle Forum
Ten years after the tragedy of 9/11, many schools do not mention the terrorist attacks in their social studies classes. Schools are now filled with many children who were too young to remember 9/11 or who weren't even born yet. If they are not taught in school, some of these children will grow up ...
Written by Robert Moffit, Ph.D.
Abstract: Medicare spending, a major driver of the federal debt, is expected to jump from $522.8 billion in 2010 to $932 billion in 2020. Instead of resorting to the traditional “solutions” of raising taxes, cutting benefits, or cutting payments to health care providers, Congress should begin a ...
Written by Ellen Brown
Among the demands of the Wall Street protesters is student debt forgiveness—a debt “jubilee.” Occupy Phillyhas a “Student Loan Jubilee Working Group,” and other groups are studying the issue. Commentators say debt forgiveness is impossible. Who would foot the bill? But there ...
Written by Right Side News
"...spend a trillion dollars, create 159 new regulatory agencies, force almost everyone into a new health plan and — at the end of the day — end up with higher costs, lower quality and less access to care..."
Health Care as a Complex System. Our health care system is an example of what social ...
Written by John Goodman
After Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, several hundred thousand refugees descended on Dallas, Houston and other Texas cities. Many of them needed medical care. Unfortunately, Texas wasn’t prepared.