“Tolerance” is considered the holy grail for many. It is revered, almost to the point of religion, which is ironic, because many of the stout adherents to tolerance do not value religion.
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The midterm elections are coming up. Why are these elections important? The Senate is currently controlled by the Democratic party, and has been since 2006, but these midterm elections could give the Republican party a chance to regain control.
Most would agree that education is important. But what is education for and what is its purpose?
“The kind of respectful tolerance needed for a free, robust and uncoerced expression of religious belief has always been a rare thing. It is becoming rarer. All the more reason to be grateful for our Constitution’s deep commitment to religious liberty…”
Ever since Dr. Ben Carson spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013 and touched on hot button issues: tax reform, education and healthcare, he has been thrust into the national spotlight.
Conflict in the Middle East, particularly between Israel and the Hamas, have been dominating headlines recently. But do you really understand what the conflict is about?
Today, the country celebrates a true hero of capitalism and Christian business principles- S. Truett Cathy, the founder of Chick-fil-a. “I see no conflict whatsoever between Christianity and good business practices,” Cathy said in 2006. “People say you can’t mix business with religion. I say there’s no other way.”
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is no longer being recognized at Cal State because it requires its leaders to have Christian beliefs.
“…as a fundamental American principle, the development of the free enterprise system in our country has been the engine that has driven almost inconceivable economic success and personal freedom.” The American economic system has given the citizens of this country unparalleled freedom. But what is economics all about?
Supposedly, Common Core is “voluntary” and “state-led,” but this week’s events show that the USED (United Stated Department of Education) will punish those who do not adhere to its standards. It is the new bully on the playground, and if states are not going to play by its rules, they will feel the wrath.