Education

2017 Legislative Session Wrap Up

The North Carolina General Assembly adjourned the 2017 Legislative Session in the early morning hours of June 30, bringing to a close a productive READ

North Carolina General Assembly Passes Budget

The North Carolina House of Representatives voted 77-38 today to give its final approval to Senate Bill 257-Appropriations Act of 2017, the $23 billion state READ

Abortion On Campus: The aggressive campaign targeting college students for abortion

The following is a verified account of a 23-year-old college student who received a chemical abortion from Planned Parenthood: I was told after taking READ
Perspective and Context

AT ISSUE: Perspective & Context

1.  In 1861, a fellow Republican said of then president Abraham Lincoln that he “is universally an admitted failure, has no will, no courage, READ
Faking It

Faking It: How You Can Combat The Proliferation Of Fake News

At 23, Cameron Harris wanted to set himself apart. He was looking to start a consulting business during the crazy 2016 political season, but READ

Abortion On Campus: The aggressive campaign targeting college students for abortion

The following is a verified account of a 23-year-old college student who received a chemical abortion from Planned Parenthood: I was told after taking READ

Charter and Private School Choices Could Increase In Rural NC

North Carolina parents discouraged by the lack of school choices available where they live may find relief in the coming years.  A new partnership READ
Mike Adams discusses free speech on college campuses

Protecting Free Speech on College Campuses

Mike Adams, a criminology professor at UNC-Wilmington and nationally syndicated columnist for Townhall.com, speaks about the current state of free speech on college and READ

School Choice A Priority In Proposed Senate Budget

The NC Senate has put forth their version of the state budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year, and school choice continues to be a top READ
Andrew Walker discusses new small group study on religious liberty

Religious Liberty Has Its Roots In The Bible

Andrew Walker, Director of Policy Studies at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention, discusses a new small group READ

New Show Raises Concerns About Teen Suicide

The controversial new Netflix series, “13 Reasons Why,” has catapulted the issue of teen suicide to the forefront of public conversations. The series, which READ
Anthony Esolen discusses rebuilding American culture

The Loss Of Culture In America

Professor Anthony Esolen, who teaches Renaissance Literature and the Development of Western Civilization at Providence College, talks about the restoration of American culture. Family READ

NC House Takes Action to Protect Free Speech on College Campuses

The North Carolina House of Representatives took action last week to help further protect free speech on public college campuses in North Carolina. House Bill READ
Jon Lewis discusses our nation's founding and constitution

Constitution 101: Free Online Course Available Now

Jon Lewis, Senior Manager of Direct Response Marketing at Hillsdale College, talks about a free opportunity to learn more about the U.S. Constitution and READ

Congress Considers Funding A Proven Formula For Avoiding Poverty

Despite research proving its effectiveness, the Healthy Relationships Act of 2017 (HR 2028) continues to be a controversial measure in U.S. Congress.  This measure, READ

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