Archive for 'Education'
The Boston Globe – Maria Sacchetti President Obama acknowledged on Thursday that he lived with his Kenyan uncle for a brief period in the 1980s while preparing to attend Harvard Law School, contradicting a statement more than a year ago that the White House had no record of the two ever meeting. Their relationship came into question […]
World Net Daily ‘We have drawn a line in the sand. The government is powerless’ Liberty University is shocked the U.S. Supreme Court rejected it’s multifaceted challenge to Obamacare, but it vows to keep resisting components that its leaders claim violate their conscience – even going as far as promising civil disobedience to stay true to […]
The Hill - Kate Tummarello The nation’s libraries are backing legislation that would curb the powers of the National Security Agency. Revelations about NSA surveillance have created a “climate of concern” for libraries, which are seeking to defend the freedom to read and research away from the government’s prying eyes.
The Hill - Jonathan Easley The University of Notre Dame re-filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration on Tuesday contesting the birth control mandate under ObamaCare. In January, a federal judge rejected a Notre Dame lawsuit after determining it had no standing on the matter because it wouldn’t be subject to the new regulation.