Public schools play by different rules than companies do when it comes to the hiring and firing of employees. Be careful.
Free speech is the issue: Can a student post a video made during an AP Government class? Even if the mayor is speaking?
When communities rise up and challenge our libraries’ right to carry certain books, the community challenges the 1st Amendment, a student explains.
US Ed. Sec’y Betsy DeVos was invited to speak at the U. of Balto., and students protested that invitation with a walkout and a rally yesterday.
As a prominent U.Va. dept. repudiates the violence of white supremacy, other writers compare Trump to the Indian prime minister.
Violence on college campuses isn’t anything new, but when it brings a dose of white supremacy, colleges sometimes can’t deal with it.
The US has, once again, rattled its sabre, this time at Venezuela, a struggling dictatorship in South America that’s getting help from Russian oil.
Pres Trump promised Wednesday to “destroy” the Johnson Amendment which prohibits tax-exempt organizations from endorsing or opposing political candidates.
A pro-life club at an Ind. H.S. says the school showed viewpoint discrimination in banning its poster, which opposes abortion. Lawsuit possible.
Students in an English class in San Antonio performed a skit that simulated the assassination of a President Trump.