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Catholic University Student Penalized For Referring To God As A Man

A student at the Catholic Loyola Marymount University was dismayed to find out her professor deducted points on her final paper because the student referred to God with the masculine pronoun “he.” The student, who decided to remain anonymous, was marked down by Professor Cecilia Gonzalez-Andrieu, a professor of theology and theological aesthetics. In a filled-out rubric, Gonzalez-Andrieu explained why…

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Why You Only Hear One Side Of The Debate Over Life’s Origin

If you thought the misinformation, indoctrination, and viewpoint suppression perpetrated by Big Tech, schools, and the corporate media were limited to politics, think again. One of the many fronts of the war for the right to dictate what you believe is the scientific, religious, and metaphysical debate over where you came from. A recent University of Michigan survey claims “Evolution…

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Asian-American Excellence Embodies The American Dream And Threatens Leftist Racism, New Book Argues

Kenny Xu exposes the truths coastal elites know, but self-servingly ignore. Xu’s new book, “An Inconvenient Minority: The Attack on Asian American Excellence and the Fight For Meritocracy” is a paean to Asian Americans and all they offer to our country and world. Moreover, his book is a reminder that the American dream is as real as it is in…

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Calling The Natural Law ‘White Nationalism’ Is Racist, Period

A little dust-up on Twitter this week revealed something important about the ongoing debate over critical race theory and public education, plus the state of elite academia — namely, that much of what the left calls “anti-racism” is actually just regular old racism, shoddily repackaged. Here’s what happened. An innocuous comment from Washington Examiner columnist Tim Carney, suggesting we need…

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Homeschooling Skyrocketed In 2020, As Much As 700 Percent In Some States

Between May and October 2020, homeschooling more than doubled among U.S. households with school-age children, from 5.4 percent that spring to 11.1 percent that fall, according to new Census Bureau data. Black and Hispanic Americans were the most likely to switch to homeschooling, while white and Asian Americans were the least likely. This could be due to the fact that…

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