Education

Detangling the Porn Industry’s Dark Web

Extensive research into the public health harms of pornography use has found that it can be linked to child sexual abuse, violence against women, READ

Spiritual But Not Religious?

Many of us have heard someone say they are “spiritual, but not religious.” This has become a popular identification for people in today’s culture READ

Resources for Parents and Students Schooling at Home

The closure of K-12 schools, colleges, universities and many businesses across our state and nation to quell the spread of COVID-19 means that parents READ

The Fight to Defeat the “Contraceptive Mandate”

Hobby Lobby and the Little Sisters of the Poor won U.S. Supreme Court cases in recent years after they challenged—on religious and moral grounds—the READ

Reversing the “Seamless Garment”

Pro-lifers are often accused of only caring about the abortion issue and not about issues that impact the lives of these babies and mothers READ

POV: An Unplanned Experiment in Virtual Schooling

This week, it started. I began to hear about school closures due to COVID-19, the coronavirus disease of 2019 right here in Raleigh where READ

A Super Tuesday in North Carolina

North Carolinians went out to vote last Tuesday in the 2020 primary election, dubbed “Super Tuesday” because so many states and delegates are up READ

What Do Americans Think About Paid Family Leave?

The majority of developed countries around the world have some sort of government-financed paid family leave policy. Some countries more liberal than the United READ

Preparing For a Post-Roe World

As more pro-life justices get appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, talk of overturning Roe v. Wade and returning the decision about abortion to READ

High School Athletes Sue Over Connecticut Transgender Policy

Three female high school track athletes filed a federal suit yesterday against the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) for a policy that has allowed READ
Andrew Kern speaks about classical education

A Pursuit Of Truth That Leads To Freedom

We see a wide variety of school choice options nowadays, from private, to homeschool, to public charter, to traditional public schools. Each of these READ

Guidelines For Better Religious Liberty

Since 1993, every January 16 has been declared Religious Freedom Day by Presidential proclamation. During last month’s Religious Freedom Day, the Department of Education READ

Hope After Abortion

Those of us who fight for the sanctity of life know that the most extreme pro-abortion rhetoric often includes “shouting” about one’s abortion, where READ

A Chance to Celebrate North Carolina as a Leader in School Choice

National School Choice Week kicks off next Monday, and is intended to celebrate the value of choice in education. In North Carolina, events will READ

The Truth About Chemical Abortions

This month marks the 47th year since abortion-on-demand was legalized nationally by Roe v. Wade. For decades, the main method of abortion was surgical, READ

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