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Southern schools: Let us eat grits!

Todd Starnes, When President Obama promised to fundamentally transform America, we had no idea he was secretly plotting to ban biscuits and grits. The 2010 Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act strictly limited calories, fat, salt, sugar and just about everything else that makes food edible – including grits. It was the War of Culinary Aggression.

CA principal allegedly used school credit card for trips, meals and personal expenses

Victor Skinner, WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. – School-issued credit cards are too much of a temptation for some employees, particularly when nobody is paying close attention to how they’re used. One of the latest stories of abuse comes from El Camino Real Charter School in Woodland Hills, California, where high school Principal David Fehte allegedly

Lessons From Unsung Heroes Among Us

Laura Hollis, For the past four years, Cintas Corporation (a company that provides facilities maintenance supplies and services) has sponsored its “Janitor of the Year” contest. The company solicits nominations from K-12 schools as well as colleges and universities, who are invited to provide brief bios on their janitors or custodians, and explain why they

Parents’ emotions raw in wake of rape at Maryland high school

The rape of a 14-year-old girl inside a Maryland high school, allegedly by at least one much older illegal immigrant, is stoking anger but having little effect on local politicians committed to so-called “sanctuary” policies. Parents of students at Rockville High School, where the victim was brutally assaulted in a boys bathroom by two immigrant

School Lesson Compares Trump to Hitler, Mussolini

Todd Starnes, A group of moms in Saratoga Springs, New York has decided to fight back against what they call the radical leftwing indoctrination that has infested the local school system. They call themselves the “Conservative Chicks” and one of their leaders contacted me after reading my new book, “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great