Some have been confused about the Church’s support for new federal legislation. But are they confused about what the Church actually said—or about how media outlets spun it?
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The domestic abuse waylaid on women is a familiar story, but there is a sequel, and it goes something like this: Men face domestic abuse too but they do so silently. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that studies showed one in three men experience physical and sexual abuse and stalking during their life.
A coordinated media campaign led by one man in Australia is again telling a darkly accusing narrative about the Church of Jesus Christ based on unsubstantiated evidence, partial facts, and innuendo. Instead of simply passing along the shocking “findings,” let’s hope more American journalists will start asking their own questions.
We are now less than one week away from the critical 2022 United States’ election day. If you or someone you know needs encouragement and information to vote, then this article is for you. Don’t hesitate to pass it along to others that might be interested in this information as well!
In Tatel v. Mt. Lebanon Sch. Dist. (W.D. Pa.), decided yesterday, Judge Joy Flowers Conti concluded that the Third Circuit (the federal appellate court that covers Pennsylvania) recognizes some parental rights over the control of their children's education even in public schools.
A new Pew Research Center survey of parents with children in K-12 schools shows that Republican and Democratic parents have widely different views on what their children should learn at school about gender identity, slavery and other topics. They also offer different assessments of the influence parents, local school boards and other key players have on what public K-12 schools in their area are teaching.