Posts Categorized: education
I stopped by the Princeton Pro-Life website this morning, after noting that Dr. Russell Moore spoke at their Respect Life banquet last night. I was moved by the student group’s motto, Condiscipulorum Absentium Gratia, which translated means “for the sake … Read more
Teachers in nearly four out of five districts ignored Gov. Tom Corbett’s request for a voluntary pay freeze. Governor Corbett’s reaction: “You see a lot of teachers that were laid off in districts that refused to take a wage freeze, … Read more
Hear Dr. Paul Kengor, prominent expert on Ronald Reagan and the fall of Communism. Dr. Kengor is a professor of Political Science at Grove City College, … Read more
Just got word from our chief counsel, Randy Wenger, that the Independence Law Center won a victory for Child Evangelism Fellowship in a dispute with the Harrisburg School District over “Good News Clubs.” More details to come.… Read more
We’re hearing from people all over Pennsylvania praising God for how The Truth Project has been a means to effectively share biblical principles with others – and to ultimately help transform our society.
Ok, so a parent or two in a local school district demand that it stop teaching abstinence only sex education, and require teaching of “comprehensive” sex ed. They claim that teaching young people that abstinence is the best way to … Read more
Last night was supposed to be a debate between the two U.S. Senate candidates, Democrat Joe Sestak and Republican Pat Toomey, but Sestak had a scheduling conflict.
How are you supposed to compare their views if you don’t hear them … Read more
This year’s Voters’ Guide will contain non-partisan information about candidates for Pennsylvania Governor and United States Senate – two of the most-watched races in the nation. Plus, there will be information on US House and races right down to State … Read more
August 5, 2010 For Immediate Release
Marriage and Democracy Both Victims of Federal Judge’s Decision in California Case
Harrisburg, Pa. In a stunning act of judicial activism at its worst, U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker struck down as unconstitutional California’s … Read more
In a split 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law could legally remove official recognition to a Christian organization called the Christian Legal Society because of its prohibition … Read more