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School Denies Chapstick to Student Bleeding Lips

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I can understand why schools today ban dangerous things like guns and knives. However, I don’t understand why they ban so many other things that students need while allowing things they shouldn’t have. We’ve all heard how aspirin, Advil, Tylenol

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California School District Has a Tank…to Protect the Children, of Course

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The incident in Ferguson, Missouri brought to the forefront the issue of the militarization of police. But really, that wasn’t the best case to use as an argument against police militarization. The militarization of police has been going on for

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Lt. Col. Barred from Entering Daughter’s High School because Uniform ‘Might Offend People’

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Lt. Col. Sherwood Baker has served in the US Army for 24 years with multiple tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Yet one of his toughest encounters may have just taken place here in America. Baker had an appointment

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Bill Nye: Only Science Deniers Oppose Common Core Curriculum

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Bill Nye is that guy who’s not a scientist but plays one on TV. For the entertainment of little kids. For some reason, that’s all that’s needed to qualify him as some sort of authority on the subject of science,

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Vice Principal Arrested for Legally Carrying Concealed Handgun to School

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It’s against the law in California to bring a firearm on a school campus. I’m sure it’s against the law in every state. But at least in California, the one exception to that rule is if the person has a

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Dem Congresswoman Calls for Educating Kindergarteners about Global Warming

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Liberals are always trying to get prayer and Bibles banned from government schools, because of that sacred wall of separation between Church and State that they believe is currently under attack. But really, it’s not that they believe that religion

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New Study finds Little Link Between Teacher Pay and Test Scores

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A report by a conservative Wisconsin think tank finds that salaries for teachers vary widely from city to city across the country, but don’t seem to have much bearing on how well students perform. The MacIver Institute primarily focuses on state

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More Ridiculous Reasons Why Kids Are Being Sent Home From School

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Over the past few years, we’ve heard a number of ridiculous reasons that kids have been sent home and often suspended from school. There have been far too many kids being sent home and usually suspended for playing like they

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Southern Utah University Removes Harry Reid's Name from Building

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Well, this is a little embarrassing. Harry Reid graduated from Southern Utah University and for a while now his name has graced one of their buildings… but it won’t for much longer. Several months ago, some concerned citizens met with

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Texas School District Arms Teachers

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Liberals think this is a disaster waiting to happen. If there were a scenario where some legal druggie came in a school allowing himself to be controlled by one of the unfortunate side effects of whatever drug he’s on, and

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Student Suspended for Saying “Bless You”

Saying “bless you” in response to someone else’s sneezing used to have some kind of religious connotations centuries, and perhaps millennia ago. These days, most people don’t mean anything religious by it. It’s become a polite thing to say, sort

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Ohio Continues Fight Against Common Core

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The legislative debate over a bill that would repeal Common Core began Monday in Ohio, commencing what will likely be the last of many fierce battles over the controversial education standards in 2014. HB 597, if approved, would make Ohio

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