In today’s Pope Center piece, Troy Camplin explains the benefits of giving students a seemingly outmoded writing assignment — composing a sonnet. Writing a sonnet makes students do something that many of them are not accustomed to doing, namely paying close attention to the use of words.
The district’s superintendent defended the racially exclusive event in an email to NR.
Americans are asking whether the radicals of CRT and BLM have any decency left.
Notre Dame's new renovation plans symbolize Leftist cultural vandalism.
Reading the tea leaves, it appears the special counsel’s end game is something other than a sweeping indictment.
Vaccination prevents severe reactions, not infections.
People should live not as if they are one variant or booster away from the end, but as if COVID-19 is here forever.
The proposal incentivizes medical students to perform abortions in remote areas by awarding them scholarships.
The defense will deliver closing arguments Wednesday afternoon before the jury begins deliberations.
Ducey held the press conference to call out the Biden administration's failure to prevent illegal immigration.
Dem NYC Councilman Slams Non-Citizen Voting Bill ahead of Expected Passage: 'Ramifications Are Immense'
The city council is expected to pass the bill on Thursday.
The development comes after Meadows formally announced he would refuse to continue cooperating with the probe.
The six percentage-point margin is expected to shrink as the remainder of the votes are tabulated.