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As I was watching the Virginia election returns this week, from the state elections website, I noticed something peculiar. Most of the rural areas around the state were voting heavily in favor of the candidates who took a strong pro-life and pro-Biblical family stance. However, there were a number of rural areas that were voting [...]
Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, writes in a recent article: The growing chaos in society is forcing Christians to rethink even their most cherished assumptions about their relationship with government institutions.
One of the most controlling and restricting agents in education today is the unions. They are often aggressive toward teachers, school boards, and legislators in order to maintain heavy control and extract large sums of money.
This is a time when we come together to celebrate our independence and the freedoms and liberties that it offers us. Unfortunately, there are those that aim to limit or even remove some of the liberties that we as Americans hold dear.
Many parents fail to realize that government schools are instruments used to change culture and strengthen government control.
Although the South Carolina legislature voted down a measure to enact school choice last month, a new budget was approved on Wednesday that includes a scholarship tax credit for special needs student programs.
A school in Fairfax County, VA recently came under fire for the books that were included on its reading list.
A struggling Christian school teaching creationism in South Carolina is receiving some unexpected financial help after an atheist website posted an exam from the school on the Internet. Aid has come from Answers in Genesis and concerned readers.
America has many significant leaders, men and women of integrity, whose actions make their words significant. One such leader is Virginia Congressman, Randy Forbes.
In a recent article, Star Parker writes that Christian values have long been purged from our public school system.