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STUDY PROVES RELIGIOUS HOSTILITY PERSISTS IN THE WEST

A RECENT STUDY FOUND THAT RELIGIOUS HOSTILITY PERSISTS, EVEN IN WESTERN NATIONS THAT MANY WOULD BELIEVE WERE FREE FROM SUCH PERSECUTIONS. Despite the general sense that we live in an age of enlightenment, religious hostility was actually found to be on the rise in 2014. While one might be tempted to generalize that this statistic is due to [...]

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Quotes that prove the early feminists were pro-life

March is Women’s History Month, a time to remember the women in the past who worked and sacrificed to give today’s women many of the rights we take for granted. Early suffragists such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony paved the way for women to become active in politics, but many people don’t know that the [...]

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Will living together before marriage really doom your relationship?

We were chatting with an acquaintance of ours who lives with his girlfriend and, during our discussion, we asked him if he was planning to get married. He said, “Well, we hope to if everything works out. We just want to live together long enough to be sure we are compatible before we make a [...]

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Family Activities to Encourage Good Reading Habits

On March 2nd, we celebrate National Reading Day, which also coincides with Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Does your child have a love of reading? Studies show that if a parent is actively involved in a child’s reading progress, the child has a greater opportunity to succeed. In addition to simply reading aloud together, there are a myriad of [...]

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National PTA Commends Bipartisan Legislation to Strengthen Family Engagement in Education

ALEXANDRIA, VA–(Marketwired – March 02, 2015) - Today, the Family Engagement in Education Act was reintroduced in the House and the Senate as a means to empower parents, improve capacity for states, and provide much-needed resources for schools to build effective family-school partnerships and increase student achievement. The act was first introduced in both the House [...]

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Why Are Lawmakers Attacking This Archbishop for Requiring Catholic Teachers to Not Slam Catholicism?

If McDonald’s told its employees that it was unacceptable to diss its fast food as gross, disgusting or unhealthy at either McDonald’s or in a public setting, would it elicit a heated reaction from lawmakers? Probably not. So why are lawmakers getting involved in a Catholic bishop’s decision to tell diocesan employees he expected them [...]

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Parents enrol in Drugs 101 to help their teens

Schools are educating parents about the drugs, gaming, pornography and party culture their teenagers are exposed to. A generational gulf between adults who came of age in the 1970s and 80s and their teenage children who face today’s challenges has prompted schools to offer innovative parent-education seminars. Drugs unknown 30-40 years ago, violent online pornography, [...]

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Is porn the new normal?

Viewing porn is as normal as breathing for lots of young people. But a growing number are now trying to kick what they say has become a destructive habit. Bruce Munro takes a look at how a world awash with porn is shaping a generation.He signed on as Ecopin. I am a 17-year-old male from [...]

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Porn is not sexy, says Radio 4′s Garvey: Woman’s Hour host says viewing films in preparation for discussion left her shocked and upset

AS the host of Woman’s Hour, Jane Garvey has chaired discussions on harrowing topics ranging from rape to domestic abuse. But despite her experience, the presenter has revealed she was left ‘upset’ after watching hours of hardcore pornography in preparation for the Radio 4 show’s latest debate. The mother-of-two, 50, said she may have been [...]

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Is waiting until marriage a turnoff?

According to Women’s Health Magazine, 51 percent of people think couples should hold off on sex until marriage, and 47 percent of Millennials agree. If this is true, then why is waiting for marriage so uncommon within University culture? This question came to mind the other night when one of my friends claimed waiting for [...]

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The Scientific Power of Naps

Studies have found different benefits—and detriments—to a nap’s timing, duration and even effect on different people, depending on one’s age and possibly genetics. “Naps are actually more complicated than we realize,” said David Dinges, a sleep scientist at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine. “You have to be deliberative about when you’re going [...]

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