Of course it should Religion is a topic rarely breached and so (barely) in public schools, especially Christianity. If they can talk about other religions in a secular context, so they should also talk about the Bible and the effect it has had on the Christian religion. With many seemingly tall tales, they just might find the Bible to be a excellent source of literature as well.
Yes it very well could Sexism is "prejudice or discrimination based on a person's sex".
In the world of feminists, (and I am one), feminism is the act of women being equal in the workplace, school, and life in general, with men. Slowly, you can see that feminism is giving way to not only women being equal with men but women being SUPERIOR over men, which will lead to sexism to men from women. Women are not the only victims of sexism; it works both ways.
The age of majority has nothing to do with maturity I've seen some wise and mature 17-year-olds and some, dumb-as-hell 25-year-olds. Raising the age of majority won't fix a thing.
What it will do is give parents more control over their college age children, which is wise and stupid (depending on your child's maturity level). If a child is mature enough to go into the real world alone, a parent's job is to support them and give them criticism as new adults (whether negative or positive). You, and you alone, know how mature your child is. Just because you want more legal control over your stupid eighteen-year-olds doesn't mean that you feel the age of majority should be risen on EVERYBODY, just because you have stupid young adults.
And when one turns twenty-one doesn't mean they have some new found magical adult responsibility crammed in their craniums. Like I said, I've seen some pretty dumb 25 year olds too.
Hahaha, pal, hell no. George Bush was not a good President in my opinion. Yes he cared about the American people and blah blah blah, but Bush did a lot of things considered questionable. His "education reforms" have left lots of our kids failing, and 9/11 was only an excuse to go to Iraq/Iran for some good ol' fashioned revenge for the near assassination of his precious father. So, no, we wouldn't be better off.
Scientifically huh? Right. Firstly, the supernatural and the science world are too different categories. You cannot scientifically prove that God exists, but you cannot scientifically prove that he doesn't. Just because you can't put something in a test tube doesn't prove that it is nonexistent.
The supernatural world cannot be probed by science. So therefore, the existence of God to the skeptics, remains uncharted water because of its inability to test.
There are some things in this world that you can't "prove" using "modern science". There is more to this world than the material stuff. One does not have to be a grade-A scientist to realize it.
Just look at Hitler Evolution focuses on a lot of "survival of the fittest".
Let us see how that can be misused.
Hitler used "survival of the fittest" to justify killing off "inferior races".
When evolution is widely accepted in today's society, we must be careful to not fall into another genocide according to "survival of the fittest".
In the Bible, God "created all man equal in his image".
In Evolution, you're nothing but an animal, an effect of nature. So why is there morality? Why is it wrong to kill? The Bible evidently shaped American society. One of the ten commandments are "Thou shalt not kill". In a society where Christianity was not a building block, you see cannibalism, mass murder, genocide..
What if this country was built upon evolutionist views? Would we all act like animals. I mean, that's what we are right? At the end of the day we are nothing but an ape. So why can't we act like animals? Why can't I go kill my neighbor because I please?
Without Christianity, this country would be no moralistic than the human sacrificing Aztecs or the cannibals of the Indies.
No, just no. Firstly, birth control in middle school leads to the assumed acceptance of middle school aged children participating in sexual activity.
No, middle schoolers should not be having sex and giving them birth control kind of gives them the "okay" to do it. I'm not saying that they won't do it, but with proper sex education, teenagers should learn the dangers and precautions of sex, but giving them birth control okays premature sexual activity, which is the main problem today.
Let kids be kids In this age of opinions and confusion, these gender issues that are usually present in the adult opinionated world, are soaking into the world of a child. A child has a recognition of gender, but I mean, it's a kid. It's not like they're complaining because their soldier toy is "too masculine" or they wise to have "gender neutral toys to guide me through this difficult years". Let kids be kids.
These issues are something of debate, but trying to soak that agenda into the minds of children. Seriously?
Hasn't WWIII already officially started? War is buzzing all over the place, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Egypt, everyone over there. Syria is just adding to the mix but this time causing outrage by killing thousands of women and children senselessly. Yes, it may be a possibility, but I believe that war is going to brew between Middle Eastern countries, and I hope America won't be stupid enough to get involved. We have enough problems already.
Why I chose no. Let's be real here.
The reason why women are not allowed to be in a boy scout troop and why men are not allowed to be in a girl scout troop is common sense. Females and males are naturally attracted to one another and to keep down the bs, they should be separated. It's just common sense.
But gay men are attracted to men... I'm not saying that all gays would mess with boys, but c'mon, if gays are allowed to be over a boy scout troop full of BOYS, we should allow men to be over a girl scout troop full of GIRLS