The takeover of higher education by critical-race theory may be a fait accompli, but some parents won’t surrender K-12 education without a fight. That’s the message voters in the Dallas suburb of Southlake sent last weekend.
Several months ago, President Joe Biden was vaccinated. In the White House, he is surrounded by people who have also been vaccinated.
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This week marks the midpoint of the Louisiana Legislature’s regular session, so lawmakers are halfway to somewhere. I wish I could offer a more precise big-picture snapshot of the session, but a review of the leadership’s top priorities offers a mixed bag of progress.
The bills that get introduced by Louisiana lawmakers for consideration in legislative sessions have become predictable. More times than not, for example, there are pro-gun and anti-abortion proposals. There are almost always bills to enhance infrastructure, create jobs and shape budgets. But…
Republicans and conservatives often rely on political “experts” who are expensive and ineffective. One example is the prominent Republican consultant who was hired to win the two Georgia U.S. Senate races in January. It is rumored that he had a $100 million budget at his disposal. Well, we…
When President Biden first was sworn in, it seemed that the new administration would push through a much higher federal minimum wage. In his nearly $2 trillion stimulus package a provision that would have mandated a $15 minimum wage for all private-sector employees was removed in the bargain…
Education in America is still mainly a state and local enterprise, and thank heaven for that. Look no further than the Biden Administration’s plan to use federal grants to urge states and local schools to teach bad American history like the New York Times “1619 Project” in classrooms.
Almost all of the largest cities in the United States are governed by hard-left Democrats. In fact, there is only one Republican Mayor among the top 15 cities in the country and only three among the 30 largest cities.
If you’re starting to think these elections are never going to end, that may be due to the fact that these elections never seem to end.
As our reporters have peeled away the layers on an embarrassing sexual harassment case in his office, Attorney General Jeff Landry has been furiously trying to change the subject.
A 17-year old high school senior wants to know why he was refused admission to one of the best schools of engineering in America. The university did not specify the reason in the letter he received so he is left with this question. WHY?
We live in changing and uncertain times, however nothing is more uncertain than the business environment of today. Someone has said, “planning in an uncertain business environment is like taking a trip to an unknown destination with no idea of how long you will be there, what you will find o…
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