Pseudonyms and the debate over the Constitution

February 19th, 2024|News, Syndicated|

The Center for the Study of the American Constitution at the University of Wisconsin explains, “Pseudonyms were used for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, it was felt that the avoidance of authors’ names concentrated attention on the issues, not on the personalities of the authors.”

The Sexualization of Michigan Children in Public Schools—It Was Not by Accident

August 18th, 2023|News, Syndicated|

Michigan’s focus on education excellence in core subjects, preparing students for higher learning and productive vocational paths, has been lost. Instead, far too many schools now prioritize progressive indoctrination. Across our state, sexually explicit books, from cartoon porn to graphic rape, have been placed in school and classroom libraries. How exactly did our schools become indoctrination centers for sexual pleasure, sexual violence, and child sexuality?

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