Hillary Clinton decided to break down the GOP field in terms of gender.
The usual class of The United States Marine Corps is showing through again. The four slain Marines at Chattanooga -Thomas Sullivan, Skip Wells, David Wyatt, and Carson Holmquist are all eligible for the Purple Heart. Continue Reading
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is spending over $200,000 to study how men drinking alcohol look at women.
In an effort to limit “male-initiated sexual aggression toward female acquaintances,” University of Iowa researchers are going to use the hundreds of thousands of federal dollars to analyze the eye movements of young men when they are drunk and sober. Continue Reading
Feminist writers across the Internet have so kindly brought to our attention the latest conspiracy against women: office air conditioning. Continue Reading
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence wants to see law-abiding gun owners dead. Continue Reading
Many seniors love playing cards and gambling a little. Bingo is probably the top favorite but across the country many enjoy playing other types of card games as well. Continue Reading
We’ve reported a few times recently about the amazing growth of homeschooling in America over the past couple of years. What is partly driving the phenomenal growth is concern by parents over Common Core in the public schools. Continue Reading
Black women constitute only about 13% of the female population (age 15-44) in the United States, but they undergo approximately 36% of the abortions. Continue Reading
I find it fascinating that Republican Presidential candidates are falling all over themselves trying to distance themselves from Donald Trump and his message of how bad things really are in Washington.
Instead of attacking Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and the Obama administration for just how badly they’ve messed things up, many of the announced candidates are spending their time attacking Donald Trump as being the destruction of the Republican party. Continue Reading
As the federal, and many state governments, push Common Core on school districts, students, and parents, the problems are piling up.
Heavy on testing, the curriculum is questionable as far as content, approach, and educational style are concerned. Continue Reading
While we at The Federalist Papers Project strongly stand behind our upstanding police officers, we admit that they sometimes — rarely, mind you — fail to meet expectations.
Take for instance the Methuen Police Department in Massachusetts, which reportedly “gave higher points to applicants who said they wouldn’t arrest a family member or an officer they knew” who had been caught engaging in drunken driving. Continue Reading
What’s really interesting about this Bible, is that it contains a letter to the Armed Forces from President Franklin D. Roosevelt, encouraging the men and women who received it to read it. Continue Reading