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2 Students Suspended for 10 Days for Posting Facebook Photo with Airsoft Guns

Students suspended for their hobby. Two high schoolers in Massachusetts have been suspended for 10 days and are facing expulsion for a naughty Facebook photo they posted involving airsoft guns. The picture featured Tito Velez and his girlfriend Jamie Pereira

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Knives in Schools: Honor Student Gets Yr. Suspension While Sikh Student Allowed to Carry Dagger

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Atiya Haynes is a 17 year old senior honor student at Dearborn Heights High School in Michigan. She rode her bicycle to school and to a job she held. During the summer her grandfather gave her a pocket knife with

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Indian Reservation High School Proud of Their Redskins Mascot

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Over the years I’ve noticed that most people that go around crying racial bias, discrimination and politically incorrect are the most racist and biased of all. They seem to search for issues that they can complain about. After all, people

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Another Gun Free School Targeted; MSNBC Calls for More Gun Control

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Predictably, the liberal news media are calling for tighter gun control laws in the aftermath of another gun free school shooting that left two dead, including the murderer himself, and a half-dozen others injured. The shooting took place at Marysville

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What 4th-Graders are Reading in the Common Core Obama Biography

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I knew leftists were brazen. But I had no idea just how brazen they were. Here’s a couple of paragraphs from the Common Core approved Obama biography intended for fourth-graders: But some people said that Americans weren’t ready for that

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Federal Government Makes More Rules Against Campus Sex Assault

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Can we just agree that sexual assault is terrible? Alright. That being said, can we also agree that the penalties for sexual assault don’t seem to hinder it from happening? Ok, maybe there is some disagreement there. The federal government

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5-Year-Old Forced to Sign Contract at School Promising She Won’t Kill Herself or Others

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A 5-year-old in a Mobile, Alabama school had to sign a contract at her school, where she pledged not to kill herself or others. It started like so many other incidents we’ve seen in recent years that usually result in

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Education Needs More Parental Involvement & Less Government Intrusion Says State Sen

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Does the name Elbert Guillory ring a bell with anyone? Guillory was a black Democratic lawyer who was first elected to the Louisiana State House of Representatives in 2007. In 2009, he ran for the state senate and won. On

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For-Profit Schools Beat Obama in Court!

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The Obama administration has suffered a rebuke in its effort to regulate private-sector colleges, after a federal judge ruled that a proposed rule restricting bonuses for college recruiters was enacted without any proper evidence or justification for its existence. The

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Ben Carson Attacks the New AP History Curriculum!

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Ben Carson gave a great speech decrying the AP History curriculum, going so far as to say it would make kids “sign up for ISIS.”   “I think most people, when they finish that course, they’d be ready to go

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Sandy Hook Commission: Homeschoolers to Blame for School Shooting

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The Sandy Hook Commission (full name: Sandy Hook Advisory Commission) concluded that the real culprits in the Sandy Hook mass murder are homeschoolers. All because Adam Lanza was, for a very brief period, educated at home by his mother. For

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School Choice Programs Survive Despite Challenges from Teachers’ Unions

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Have you ever heard of an education savings account? Arizona enacted a law to establish this helpful program and now other states are starting to follow their example. So what is the account? According to the Friedman Foundation: “Under Arizona’s

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