Daily Archives: April 11, 2012

Freedom of Expression–or Suppression?


Freedom of Expression–or Suppression? The Values Bus is making the rounds in Ohio this week, and once again we’re getting under the Left’s skin. In the 14 states we’ve traveled, FRC Action and Heritage Foundation’s message of fiscal, civic, and … Continue reading

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In National Study, Abstinence Still Pulling Its Wait


http://www.frc.org/ National Study, Abstinence Still Pulling Its Wait The President can take away abstinence funding, but he can’t take away its effectiveness. And in a new report from the National Center for Health Statistics, that’s exactly what is on display. … Continue reading

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One Painter’s Brush with Intolerance


One Painter’s Brush with Intolerance http://www.frc.org/index.cfm?f=WU12D03 Rhode Island is a small state with a big censorship problem. Last week, high school junior Liz Bierendy was putting the finishing touches on a sketch for the hallway mural when an assistant principal … Continue reading

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Portland State University Offering ‘Revolutionary Marxism’ Course — And Wait Until You See the Syllabus


Portland State University Offering ‘Revolutionary Marxism’ Course — And Wait Until You See the Syllabus From the Blaze Portland State University is offering a number of controversial courses this semester, the likes of which include “Revolutionary Marxism: Theory and Practice,“ … Continue reading

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Allen West: I‘ve ’Heard’ 80 House Dems Are Communists, and Obama is ‘Too Scared’ to Debate Me


I SO WISH THIS MAN HAD RUN FOR PRESIDENT! From the Blaze Rep. Allen West (R-Fla) gave a characteristically energetic speech at a town hall event Tuesday evening, where he estimated that around 80 U.S. Representatives are Communist Party members. … Continue reading

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Fear of Honor Killings


Immigrants Flee Families to Find Themselves Hundreds of young female immigrants are hiding from their families in Germany after fleeing oppression, physical violence and even death threats. Charities and social workers help the women get new identities and build independent … Continue reading

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