Shane Vander Hart, host of the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, and Jane Robbins with American Principles Project discuss the new personalized learning fad.
The Trump Administration took steps to protect religious liberty through conscience protection from the HHS contraceptives mandate and new DOJ guidance.
GOP Senate leadership blocked the Gillibrand-Collins Amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) allowing transgender military service.
Shane Vander Hart announced that Caffeinated Thoughts Radio went off the air this week, but will be coming back in podcast form very soon.
President Donald Trump announced he was reversing President Obama’s directive allowing transgendered individuals into the military.
The Supreme Court will decide if Christian florists, bakers, photographers, etc. can be compelled to provide services for same-sex wedding ceremonies.
Shane Vander Hart expresses his concern about the use of the C3 Framework in Iowa’s new social studies standards and apparent their lack of content.
Terry Schilling of American Principles Project and Dr. Kristin Held joined Shane Vander Hart and Kelvey Vander Hart on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio this week.
President Donald Trump during a CEO Townhall broke his silence on the Common Core State Standards since taking office in January to reaffirm his promises.
Sixty national and state pro-life leaders signed a joint letter calling on the U.S. Senate to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.
American Principles Project’s Jon Schweppe discusses President Trump’s first month. Kelvey Vander Hart reports from CPAC on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Terry Schilling of American Principles Project offers a challenge to the media: cover the March for Life like they did the Women’s March on Washington.
American Principles Project launched a petition urging President Barack Obama and senior officials to skip former Cuba President Fidel Castro’s funeral.
Shane Vander Hart: While Betsy DeVos may not have been my first (or second or third or fourth) choice as Secretary of Education I will give her a chance.
The State of Georgia is requiring Dr. Eric Walsh to surrender copies of his sermons under threat of law after he sued the state for religious discrimination.
Much of what is reported about sexual orientation and gender identity is suspect according to a new report published today by The New Atlantis.