Our nation’s shift away from free markets and toward state-controlled markets is very much connected to the worldview taught in public school curriculum. Some surveys suggest that about half of America’s young adults are quite open to socialism.
Anti-fossil fuel activists unsuccessfully attempted to browbeat the film producer behind a Michael Moore documentary panning green energy into permanently removing the movie over claims that it contains pro-oil industry misinformation.
Elizabeth Bartholet’s mindset is that public schools are a vital component of the state to carry out progressive social engineering. If even a small minority of young people don’t accept the left’s views on say, sexuality, transgenderism or American history, then they need to be indoctrinated.
Amid freezing temperatures and a spring snowfall, dozens of liberty-minded Vermonters with flags and signs met Wednesday at the state Capitol to send a message that the shutdown response to the coronavirus has gone on long enough.
A reporter from a Hong Kong outlet aligned with the Communist Party of China is a member of the White House Foreign Press Group and has rotating access to White House press briefings.
A recently released study found that the perception that professors are indoctrinating students is fairly universal at one of the nation’s large public universities.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign has embraced a far-left group that seeks to abolish prisons and has promoted a group the U.S. State Department designated as a Palestinian terrorist organization.
The judiciary has grown more powerful than America’s Founders intended, and this has included issuing universal injunctions. This type of injunction has become increasingly common as political activists try to enlist judges to make widespread policy changes.
A Selectboard member in Pownal has gone on Facebook to speak his mind about the thousands of town government emails that were leaked to the public in December.
The review, conducted by the Institute for Research & Evaluation and published in the Institute of Law and Medicine in January, examined 60 studies of 40 school based comprehensive sex education programs in the U.S. as well as 43 studies of 39 programs in other countries.
Does protesting do any good? The answer is a big, fat no. I would never discourage people from protesting against dangerous bills, but I base my opinion solely on what I have seen and experienced. Bottom line: we talk, and they choose not to listen.