Click here to view original web page at www.wnd.com (Image courtesy Pixabay) [ Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Policy . ] By William Heuer & William Donovan Real Clear Policy Homeschooling is here to stay and the time has come for policymakers to acknowledge that fact. After years of increasing
Click here to view original web page at reclaimthenet.org If you’re tired of censorship, cancel culture, and the erosion of civil liberties subscribe to Reclaim The Net. Twitter suspended a Welsh academic for posting a tweet about Welsh grammar in the Welsh language. The platform claimed that the tweet violated its rules against “hateful conduct.”
Was Rittenhouse’s Possession Of The AR-15 Unlawful? Authored by Jonathan Turley, In covering the motions hearing last week in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, I noted a surprising comment from Judge Bruce Schroeder that he had “spent hours” with the Wisconsin gun law and could not state with certainty what it means in this case.
The Enormous Mental Health Impact Of COVID-19 While only a miniscule percentage of humans on Earth have not been affected in some way by the Covid-19 pandemic, the ways in which people’s lives have been altered are as diverse as the severity of the effects themselves (with some having even seen positives to come out
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The vaccine mandate is not about the science, it’s about control. They’re coming for your kids!
A report from The Washington Post suggests Facebook purposefully prevents users from controlling their own feeds. The “News Feed” feature on Facebook is meant to show the user the most up-to-date posts from friends, family, public figures, and news sources the user follows. It seems Facebook makes efforts to control the content that appears in
(AP Photo/Eric Risberg) After two weeks, billions of dollars, anger, hypocrisy, and lots of unnecessary pollution, the environmental elites finished off their climate summit in Scotland. And did they make a deal? You can read the AP’s summary , which is hardly celebratory, or you can realize that, as usual, this is mostly nonsense. Countries
When I was a boy (admittedly a long time ago now), if anyone taunted me, I would intone, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Indeed, that is what we all said in such circumstances; how we learned to do so I cannot remember, but I suppose that the