Appeal dismissed: Gendercide motion’s fate now up to historic appeal to House of Commons

by Patrick B. Craine   Mar 28, 2013 

OTTAWA, March 28, 2013 ( – Tory MP Mark Warawa will now be forced to make an historic appeal to the House of Commons after a parliamentary committee dismissed his appeal this morning over the decision to declare his motion on gendercide non-voteable. Continue reading

With Vouchers, States Shift Aid for Schools to Families

[United States]

By and  in The New York Times
Published: March 27, 2013

PHOENIX — A growing number of lawmakers across the country are taking steps to redefine public education, shifting the debate from the classroom to the pocketbook. Instead of simply financing a traditional system of neighborhood schools, legislators and some governors are headed toward funneling public money directly to families, who would be free to choose the kind of schooling they believe is best for their children, be it public, charter, private, religious, online or at home. Continue reading

Thousands gather in D.C., nationwide during March for Marriage

 by Ben Johnson,  Mar 26, 2013  

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 26, 2013 ( – Thousands of Americans from all religions, races, and political parties gathered around the nation as the Supreme Court heard the first of two cases concerning the definition of marriage, with two boisterous and sometimes clashing crowds meeting outside the Supreme Court. (see Media Reseach video report here) Continue reading