Adam Peck

School Shootings Are Happening Every Other Day So Far in 2014

Last year was supposed to be a year of action to curb gun violence in our schools. But three weeks into the new year, statistics suggest that the problem could actually be worsening.

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High School Newspaper Defends Ban on the Word ‘Redskins’ Over the Objections of School Officials

Washington D.C.’s NFL team may be the most well-known defender of the word “Redskins,” but they are far from the only one: across the country, dozens of high schools cheer on their own “Redskins” on football fields and basketball courts.

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WSJ Op-Ed Bemoans the End of White Rule in America

There are a lot of problems in Washington, D.C these days, but not many solutions to them. Inefficiency, an allergy to cooperation, and stiff resistance to pragmatism have all ground the federal government to a stand-still. But one op-ed contributor to the Wall Street Journal knows what the real problem is: not enough rich, white men.

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School Board Member: District Won’t Recognize Transgender Students Unless They’re Castrated

A member of the Delta County School Board in Colorado is defending comments she made during a public meeting in which she criticized proposed new policies that would add a layer of protection for students who identify as transgender.

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George Washington University Wait-Listed Low-Income Students, Replaced Them With Wealthy Ones

George Washington University’s (GW) student publication The Hatchet published a lengthy report on Monday detailing how the university has for years misrepresented the admissions process for low-income students and engaged in a policy of wait-listing students who are likely unable to afford the $52,000-a-year price tag of a GW education.

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GOP Director of Hispanic Outreach Quits and Becomes Democrat

When Republicans appointed Pablo Pantoja to State Director of Florida Hispanic Outreach for the Republican National Committee, they hoped he would be able to bridge the sizable gap that only expanded during the 2012 elections, when the state’s 4.7 million Hispanic voters supported Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by a 20 percent margin.

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Bill O'Reilly: The Left Is Trying to Destroy the Easter Bunny So That Everyone Can Do Drugs and Have Abortions

Culture warrior and Fox News host Bill O’Reilly sounded the alarms on his show yesterday over the looming threat being posed by secularists towards…the Easter bunny.

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Kiss Your Parks Goodbye? GOP Rep. Promises To ‘Reverse This Trend of Public Ownership of Lands’

DENVER, Colorado — A key western congressman declared late last week that Mitt Romney supports his push to “reverse this trend of public ownership of lands.”

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Voter Suppression Guru Says He's Doing Poor People a Favor

DENVER, Colorado — During a panel on voter ID laws, the Heritage Foundation’s Hans von Spakovsky declared at the Colorado Conservative Political Action Conference that voters who are facing disenfranchisement should really be thankful for new, discriminatory voter ID laws being introduced by conservatives across the country:

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Paul Ryan: "I Don’t Have the Time," to Explain My Tax Plan

For much of the general election, the Romney campaign has avoided any discussion of specifics, especially when it comes to the tax plan that he and Paul Ryan have put forward. On Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace gave Ryan an opportunity to finally talk about the details of his plan to a national audience, how much it will cost and how the Romney administration would pay for it.

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