Texas university to hold event on Ronald Reagan, ‘apartheid’s greatest ally’

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DALLAS – The Center for Presidential History at Southern Methodist University will be co-sponsoring an event this week featuring Dr. Piero Gleijeses, a professor at Johns Hopkins University and anti-racism activist Rozell W. “Prexy” Nesbitt titled “Ronald Reagan and the Struggle Over Apartheid,” as a part of their “Presidential Forum” lecture series.
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Loyola Marymount employees file complaint against California abortion mandate

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LOS ANGELES – Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) and Life Legal Defense Foundation (LLDF) filed a complaint on Friday with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on behalf of seven Loyola Marymount University employees who argue that California’s Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) has violated federal law by mandating insurance coverage of elective abortions.
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Candidate receives death threat after questioning Sandy Hook massacre

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DENVER – A candidate for Pueblo County commissioner received a death threat through Facebook after posting an article questioning whether the 2012 school massacre in New Town, Connecticut was a hoax.
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Parents decide to homeschool straight-A daughter after school labels her a truant

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – If you needed more proof that bureaucracy induces the sacrifice of common sense to rigid rules, there’s this forehead-slapping story from the Washington Post’s Petula Dvorak:
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Minnesota’s largest high school ditches Michelle O’s lunch rules

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SARTELL, Minn. – There’s a sign in the lunchroom of Minnesota’s Sartell High School: Students can choose two packets of barbecue sauce, or three ketchup packets, or two ketchups and a mustard, or just one packet of mayonnaise.
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University paper publishes 9/11 editorial, claims USA needs to ‘get over’ terrorist attacks

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LARAMIE, Wyo. – America “overdoses” on patriotism on September 11, according to an editorial authored by a University of Wyoming student.
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School district ‘blacklists’ parents, mulls policy allowing principals to bar them from property

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HENRICO, Va. – A Virginia school board wants to give individual school principals the power to banish parents from school property and to cut off all communications “to ensure the safety of its school buildings and campuses,” NBC reports.
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Obama admin targets more than 400 Catholic organizations for HHS mandate

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Obama administration’s court filing this week, indicating that it will continue its fight for enforcement of its “HHS mandate” against religious nonprofits, could immediately affect more than 400 Catholic organizations participating in the Christian Brothers Employee Benefit Trust, including The Cardinal Newman Society.
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