This week’s Pope Center Clarion Call is by Shira Hedgepeth, formerly employed at Winston-Salem State University, one of the HBCUs in the UNC system. In it, she tells a story reminiscent of the Atlanta teachers who changed student answers on tests so as to make the schools look better. Similarly at WSSU, administrators seem more concerned with making the university look good (and keeping students happy) than with academic integrity.
Oswalt betrayed a friend of 34 years because he was scared by the antics of a handful of crap-flinging baboons on the Internet.
The Senate Republican leader on how to resist the ‘genuine radicals’ bent on destroying the Senate and transforming the country.
Less fanaticism, more restraint, and more moderation — not the worst idea for a new year’s resolution.
Democrats shoot themselves in the foot to make their displeasure with Joe Manchin clear.
Why were President Biden and the FBI so reluctant to say that the synagogue gunman was motivated by antisemitism and jihadism?
The White House had a head start on the task of getting Covid tests ready for the holidays, and failed miserably anyway.
Democrats' voting legislation is all but guaranteed to fail.
The company's programming focuses on fostering gender and racial inclusivity in schools.
Florida’s Democratic agriculture commissioner is running to unseat Governor Ron DeSantis. She just doesn’t seem to know why, or how.
When it comes to Western governments and jihadism, willful blindness is never fully cured.
Prince Williams, Richmond, Arlington, Henrico, Alexandria, Fredericksburg, and Manassas public schools all plan to continue enforcing mask-wearing.
In the case of the British Islamist who took worshippers hostage at a Texas synagogue, it’s a distinction without a difference.