Education

NC Family Signs Letter Exposing “Sex Text-Line”

The North Carolina Family Policy Council—along with seven other family policy councils from around the country—has signed on to a letter to the U.S. READ

Voters In Multiple States Decide About Life, Drugs, Gambling & Marriage

The selection of candidates for local, state, and federal offices were not the only choices confronting voters on Election Day in a number of READ

Virtual Event 5: 2020 Elections: What’s At Stake?

For NC Family’s fifth and final Virtual Event on October 22, 2020, we were excited to welcome Anna Beavon Gravely, Executive Director of the READ

Virtual Event 2: Life, Liberty, & the Supreme Court

In NC Family’s second Virtual Event on September 10, 2020, we were excited to discuss the topic of Life, Liberty & the U.S. Supreme READ

2020 Elections: What’s At Stake?

In just three days, our nation will hold what is likely to be the most important election of our lifetimes. Here in North Carolina, READ
Mike Long discusses non-traditional school options and freedom to choose

What’s At Stake for School Choice?

We are just over a week away from Election Day, and thousands of voters across our state and nation have already cast their ballots READ

Early Voting Starts Today!

One-Stop Early Voting in North Carolina begins today and ends Saturday, October 31. During this period, you can register and vote on the same READ

Life, Liberty, & the Supreme Court (Part 2)

As NC Family has shared, the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County redefined “sex” in federal employment discrimination law to READ

Life, Liberty, & the Supreme Court (Part 1)

The U.S. Supreme Court has handed down a number of critical rulings in the past several months that will impact religious liberty, sanctity of READ

Victory for First Amendment Rights on Campus

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced a new rule that aims to protect the First Amendment rights of students, teachers, and student organizations READ

Fourth Circuit Activist Opinion Reads Like A “Transgender Manifesto”

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled last week that a Virginia county school board violated federal law by not allowing READ

NCGA Back in Session This Week

North Carolina legislators will be reconvening in Raleigh this Wednesday, September 2, for what is intended to be a brief session to address a READ
Daniel Darling discusses new book The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God’s Rich Vision for Humanity and the importance of faith in public policy

Opting Out Is Not An Option (Part 2)

This radio show originally aired in July 2019 An emerging assumption in our culture is that the “other side” is evil, and it’s leading READ

The Triumph of School Choice

Public schools are one of the few institutions that are shielded from consumer choice and competition. Taxpayer dollars flow to school districts children are READ

AT ISSUE: A Brave New World?

On June 15, 2020 and in the following days, I noticed many of my Millennial peers posting on Instagram and Twitter, celebrating the U.S. READ

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