How September 17 Became “Anti-Constitution Day” at Stockton University (And Almost Every College and Public School).
In 2004, a Republican-majority Congress, with good intentions, required virtually all public schools and colleges in America to “hold an education program on the U.S. Constitution” each year on September 17. Unfortunately, Stockton University, like most public schools and colleges in America, is run by “progressive” Democrats. Day after day, year after year, they
In 2004, President Bush and a Republican-majority Congress required every “educational institution that received Federal funds” to hold an “education program on the U.S. Constitution” each year on September 17. This law was adopted with good intentions. The U.S. Constitution was approved by the Constitutional Convention on September 17, 1787. This day has been recognized
On September 11, 1683, Followers Of The Prophet Blew Up The Walls That Protected Vienna. Is That Why They Picked That Day To Attack Us?
On September 11, 1683, the invading Turks exploded underground bombs to collapse large sections of wall protecting Vienna’s outnumbered defenders. Most Americans know little about history, and care even less. However, our enemies are obsessed with it. They often talk of obscure events from a thousand years ago as if they happened yesterday. Is that
Tomorrow, September 4, Millville Artist Maryann Cannon Will Explain Images on Richard Somers Mural She Painted In Somers Point 801 Shore Road at 4pm. The public is invited to fundraising buffet immediately afterwards at Gregory’s Restaurant, 900 Shore Road. $35pp, $60 two. (In case of rain, go directly to Gregory’s at 4pm.) Events have been
Until the 1970’s, a summer of work on the Boardwalk more than paid for a year of room, board, and tuition at Stockton and all state colleges. Now a year of state college is $25K and most students leave with $36K of student loan debt. What happened? State college administrators and professors get lavish salaries
Without Abraham Lincoln, There Would Be No United States. Remember Him Today On His Feb 12 Birthday.
Reprinted from Shore News Local. In 1968, President Lyndon Johnson and Congress adopted the Uniform Monday Holiday Law and made Columbus Day a new national holiday. Washington’s Birthday is now part of Presidents Weekend and no longer a national holiday on February 22. Abraham Lincoln?s birthday on February 12 is almost forgotten. A recent study