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Hey NFL – Meet a Public School that Loves America

Todd Starnes, It seems like every day there’s a news story about a school banning the U.S. flag or a second-rate professional football player hating on America. These days it’s not politically correct to say that you are proud to be an American. So you can imagine my delight when a reader told me about

Health inspectors uncover spoiled food, rat droppings in Houston school cafeterias

Victor Skinner,  HOUSTON – A local television station is exposing health reports for Houston school cafeterias, and the results may surprise some parents. “In one inspection, food had to be condemned and thrown away,” KTRK reports. “In another inspection, rodent droppings were found in the (bottom) of a cabinet in the kitchen.” The reports,

Investigation reveals NC schools rife with rodents, cockroaches

Victor Skinner,  RALEIGH, N.C. – North Carolina’s public schools are crawling with rats, cockroaches, and other pests, though it may be difficult to tell from local health inspection reports. Like restaurants, public schools are required to undergo routine building inspections – and more frequent cafeteria inspections – but the scores awarded to local schools

School lunch police launch investigation over ‘fake’ $2 bill

Victor Skinner,  HOUSTON – A middle school police officer recently wasted his day investigating what he thought was a fake $2 bill used by an eighth-grader in the school lunch line. The incident at Fort Bend Independent School District’s Christa McAuliffe Middle School is only one of several serious investigations into alleged lunch thefts

DEAR AMERICA: Should These Students Have Been STOPPED from Singing the Natl. Anthem In THIS Place?

If you’re wondering why the next generation is becoming increasingly LESS patriotic, then you might find your answer here. When these students attempted to sing the National Anthem at a 9/11 memorial site, they were immediately shut down. Now, parents are outraged. Would you be upset about this too? Or do you think they shouldn’t

Hey kids, how much privilege do you have? Quiz riles Florida parents

Todd Starnes, Kids at Monroe Middle School in Florida got a lesson on privilege the other day – in their Spanish class. “How much privilege do you have?” That was the name of the survey administered to seventh and eighth grade students. It wasn’t quite as bad as the white-shaming exercises we’ve seen on university

School Asks Eighth Graders How Far They Would Go Sexually

 Officials stand by sex-ed lesson designed to teach ‘appropriate’ middle school dating behaviors Parents of a middle school student in San Marcos, Cali., were upset over questions posed to their daughter during an apparent sex-ed lesson. In a family life and health class lesson purporting to teach “appropriate” dating behaviors for the middle school level,

Middle School Teacher Suspended For Showing Video About White Actors Wearing Blackface

 A middle school history teacher in small-town southeastern Michigan has been placed on paid administrative leave because he informed students that white entertainers used to paint their faces black to imitate black people and showed kids a video about it. The teacher is Alan Barron, reports the Monroe News. The 59-year-old teacher has taught in the

Middle school teacher provides ˜full-contact’ lap dance in front of class for birthday boy

Maybe this is part of the Common Core curriculum?? Aldine ISD police: Middle school teacher gives student lap dance, says ‘I love you baby’ Prosecutors in Houston, Texas charged a middle school teacher because she gave a full-on lap dance to a boy for his birthday in front of an entire class of no-doubt impressed

Middle School Assignment: Second Amendment Requires Gun Registration

People have the right to certain weapons… providing that they register them A workbook handed out to seventh grade students in Springfield, Ill., states that all Americans must register their firearms in order to have a Second Amendment right. Provided to the Illinois Gun Owners Rights Facebook page by a local parent, the required reading