Early this morning I found my first occasion to utilize Facebook’s new “sad” emoji, reacting to the announcement that author Pat Conroy died at the age of 70.
REAGAN: Weell children, how was school today? SCOTTY: Greeat! I broke up two student run clubs and got my teacher fired for teaching evolution. TEDDY: That’s nothing, I baked an entire Thanksgiving dinner on an […]
The decision in Obergefell v. Hodges provides for much more than the issuance of a legal license; it firmly denotes equal humanness for all persons regardless of sexual orientation.
Iran’s goal remains the same, hegemony over the Middle East and perhaps beyond. While interested in achieving it as soon as possible, they’re also patient. In contrast, our current Administration operates within a two-year window.
I typically don’t post family related stories or events but in this case I thought I’d share the words I read at the funeral of my Mom, Doris Toubin, this past Sunday, November 23, 2014.
I urge these parents to take a look at these studies and understand the long-term consequences such as issues of trust, lower cognitive performance or future behavioral problems.
With school back in session, Between the Synapse Radio explores Education in America in a three-part series beginning on Thursday, September 4 at 1 pm ET with a conversation with the best-selling author of “Excellent Sheep.” The September 25th show, 1 pm ET, features American Enterprise Institute scholar and co-editor of “Teacher Quality 2.0. Finally, the October 2nd broadcast, 1 pm ET, brings together two nationally prominent women focused on improving educational opportunities for children with learning challenges.
Response to the NYT’s op-ed comparing Israel and Iran, and commentary on use of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic propaganda under the guise of academia.