The four hundredth anniversary of the arrival of the Pilgrims will soon be upon us in 2020. The Pilgrims have had little notice for decades, comprising only footnotes in most history ... (more)
This February, one of the most notable African-American Statesman and Abolitionists, Frederick Douglass, will be honored for the bicentennial of his birth.... (more)
On January 19, 2018, pro-life digital activists gathered at Family Research Council headquarters for the Pro-LifeCon Digital Action Summit, the premier conference for the digital pro-life community. At our 13th annual event, we were joined by friends old and new as we discussed the most successful online strategies of the past year and looked ahead to the opportunities before us under a new administration. Activists, policy experts, and legislators were on hand to discuss the issues impacting the pro-life movement, and share practical ways to make a difference for life on blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and your online platform of choice.
"Social emotional learning" (SEL) is a new catchphrase that now permeates public education policy. The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is SEL's primary ... (more)
John Paul II and Ronald Reagan, a pope and a president, two leaders, one spiritual and one temporal, both shot and nearly killed just six weeks apart in 1981 -- only to survive and come together one year later, at the Vatican, in June 1982, where they confided to one another that they believed that God had spared their lives for a special purpose: to confront and defeat an atheistic and genuinely evil Soviet empire.
On January 19, 2018, pro-life digital activists will gather at Family Research Council headquarters for the Pro-LifeCon Digital Action Summit, the premier conference for the digital prolife ... (more)
American higher education began to lose interest in educating college students for responsible citizenship when Progressives who had entered Academe were given free rein during the Great ... (more)
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