Tag Archive: 'Education'

December Book of the Month

Have you ever struggled with how to communicate your conservative values? One of the big issues young women deal with today is the inability to lay out the very solid reasons to stay or become conservative. To help students understand how to do this, we have chosen a rather unique, but we believe, essential book for December book club. Our selection is On Reading Well: Finding the Great Life Through Great Books by Dr. Karen Swallow Prior.

November Book of the Month

The biggest question for every conservative American this past year was, “What really happened in the 2020 election?” As the nation dealt with COVID, we saw shifts in policies and laws and many Americans were concerned about the results. We were thrilled to find out Mollie Hemingway was writing a book on this topic. We selected Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections as our November book club choice.

Secretary Betsy DeVos as Public Enemy by Democrats Despite Fixing Obama’s Student Debt Crisis

Secretary DeVos’ honest approach to fixing the student debt crisis, one of the many failings of our government education system, were mocked by Democrats when she appeared before Congress on December 12.

Despite What You’ve Heard, School Choice Benefits All Students

The myths you’ve heard are exactly that – myths. School choice benefits all students.

Celebrating, Demanding School Choice

For all its expansion to date, real school choice is still available to only a small percentage of the K-12 student population…

The Abandonment of Classic Western Literature

If Western culture has, on balance, been a benefactor of the human race, argues Dr. Elizabeth Kantor, then the abandonment of its great literature by college literature professors is a very great loss, both to students and to the long-term health of Western civilization…