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Remdesivir And Lessons In Pandemic Drug Approvals

Remdesivir And Lessons In Pandemic Drug Approvals

by Michael Fumento Call it the result of the Covid pandemic attitude of “Do something, anything!” That’s alongside the lockdowns, exhortations to wear ever more masks at one time, bizarre travel restrictions, and all sorts of goofy alleged remedies like wearing face shields on top of the head, alcohol mats to prevent transmission through shoe […]

California’s Misguided Education Spending

California’s Misguided Education Spending

By Larry Sand   According to the Census Bureau, California spends $15,837 per K-12 pupil, ranking 19th among the 50 states and Washington, D.C. In 2019, the state spent about $79 billion on education, yet these expenditures have done little in the way of improving its schools. And a new “deluge of state and federal […]

Watchman On The Wall

Watchman On The Wall

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Pro-Life ‘Red Rose’ Activists Found Not Guilty In Trespass Trial

Pro-Life ‘Red Rose’ Activists Found Not Guilty In Trespass Trial

By Bob Unruh Four “Red Rose” pro-life activists who entered a Grand Rapids, Michigan, abortion business have been cleared by a jury of trespass charges. The American Freedom Law Center explained the jury last week returned “not guilty” verdicts for each defendant. The organization reported pro-life activists Dr. Monica Miller, Heather Idoni, Anne Norton and Robert Kovaly […]

LAUSD – Student Centered Funding, School Choice and Racism

LAUSD – Student Centered Funding, School Choice and Racism

By Larry Sand   When the Los Angeles school board met last week, one of the items on its agenda was voting on the new Student Centered Funding (SCF) plan. As California Policy Center’s Chantal Lovell explained several weeks ago, SCF authorizes school principals to make decisions as to how district-allocated funds are spent, with […]

Vaccinating Kids As Young As 5 Would Be A ‘Game Changer,’ Biden’s Education Secretary Says

Vaccinating Kids As Young As 5 Would Be A ‘Game Changer,’ Biden’s Education Secretary Says

Kendall Tietz President Joe Biden’s Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said the approval of a COVID-19 vaccine for children would be a “game changer” for students in the U.S.’s public school system, U.S. News reported. Pfizer announced Monday that a smaller dose of its vaccine has generated an immune response in 5 to 11-year-old children during the […]

Fairfax County Mother Reveals Books In School Libraries Depicting Child Porn And Pedophilia

Fairfax County Mother Reveals Books In School Libraries Depicting Child Porn And Pedophilia

Kendall Tietz A mother of a student at Fairfax County Public Schools called out the school board for indirectly making available to students books featuring child pornography and pedophilia in its libraries at Thursday night’s school board meeting. Stacy Langton opened by explaining that she watched what had happened at a Texas school board meeting […]

Grunt Style 90 Second Civics- 10th Amendment

Grunt Style 90 Second Civics- 10th Amendment

Greg Albaugh- Citizens Journal  As stated by the National Archives, The Bill of Rights is the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. It spells out Americans’ rights in relation to their government. It guarantees civil rights and liberties to the individual—like freedom of speech, press, and religion. It sets rules for due process of law […]

Santa Barbara, CA | Teacher’s Fund “Back-To-School” Supplies Drive Will Send $62,000 To Local Classrooms

Santa Barbara, CA | Teacher’s Fund “Back-To-School” Supplies Drive Will Send $62,000 To Local Classrooms

SANTA BARBARA, California, September 22, 2021 – Santa Barbara-area teachers welcoming students back to their classroom this fall will do so buoyed by over $62,000 raised by the local non-profit Teacher’s Fund. This year’s annual Back-to-School Drive was especially meaningful – and needed – as teachers bought new tools, learning materials and otherwise equipped their classrooms […]

Board Chair, Vice-Chair And Board Members Announced By Ventura College Foundation; Two Board Members Added

Board Chair, Vice-Chair And Board Members Announced By Ventura College Foundation; Two Board Members Added

Ventura, Calif.–The Ventura College Foundation Board of Directors selected a new board chair and vice-chair and approved two board members. The new foundation board chair is Ellyn Dembowski, a Realtor at Berkshire Hathaway in Ventura. She has been on the foundation board for 12 years. “As we get closer to Ventura College’s 100th anniversary in […]