The disappearance of 50,000 asylum files allowed the Biden administration to “falsely report that its asylum backlog had been reduced this past year when in fact it had markedly grown,” the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), which is affiliated with Syracuse University, said Thursday.
Hunter Biden’s therapist and confidant, Dr. Keith Ablow, repeatedly made allusions to Joe Biden having struggled with dementia, according to materials on Hunter’s laptop.
A picture of the Loudoun County Public Schools rapist raises new questions about the honesty of Superintendent Scott Zeigler.
Fairfax County Public Schools has reinstated the books “Gender Queer” and “Lawn Boy” after they were temporarily pulled because their contents depicting gay sex are so graphic that when a mother read from them at a school board meeting, she was cut off and school board members fled the dais.
The effort by Saint Raymond of Penafort Church in Springfield is made possible for what it calls the Our Lady of Ransom Fund, recalling how in the year 1218, Saint Raymond founded a religious order that organized the ransom of Christians kidnapped by Moorish raiders.
On the night before the Virginia gubernatorial election, Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin drew massive crowds in Loudoun County, the Joe Biden-voting locale-turned-hotbed of parent dissatisfaction, while Democrat candidate Terry McAuliffe was with Randi Weingarten, the childless head of the American Federation of Teachers, which played a larger role than anyone else in keeping schools closed for a year.
Internal Loudoun County School Board emails show a shifting explanation about how much members knew about a bathroom sex assault, with one member writing to the superintendent that he might have “missed an email” informing him about it — even though he previously responded to that very email asking a follow-up question, after also hearing about the incident from someone else.
McAuliffe’s education plan includes pushing school districts to re-draw school boundary zones to be “anti-racist” — in other words, 1970s-style busing that could dramatically chance families’ everyday lives by moving their kids to a different school than the one they expected when they chose their home.
A law firm that employed Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe has made a cottage industry out of aggressively fighting victims of alleged sexual abuse in schools, being paid handsomely to defend school systems that the girls say failed to protect them. In one case, the Hunton Andrews Kurth law firm, where McAuliffe served as a […]
A law firm that employed Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe has made a cottage industry out of aggressively fighting victims of alleged sexual abuse in schools, being paid huge sums by school administrators whom the girls say ignored their accusations. In one case, the Hunton Andrews Kurth law firm, where McAuliffe served as a senior […]