Click here: In January of 2018, a complaint was filed against Scott D. Teater, a teacher from Notre Dame Jr. – Sr. High School, according to a hearing notice from the Board of Educational Examiners of the State of Iowa. Teater was charged with “soliciting or encouraging a romantic or otherwise inappropriate relationship with a student,” according to the hearing notice.
Sports has a unique ability to unite our communities and our nation. Until recently, that is. How did sports get so politicized? Clay Travis, host of Outkick the Show, tackles the country’s cultural divide and its effect on our favorite pastime in this short 5-minute video.
Click here: Of the 97 countries where we identified mass public shootings, the U.S. ranks 64th per capita in its rate of attacks and 65th in fatalities. Major European countries, such as Norway, Finland, France, Switzerland and Russia, all have at least 25 percent higher per capita murder rates from mass public shootings.While Americans are rightly concerned by the increased frequency and severity of mass public shootings, the rest of the world is experiencing much larger increases in per capita rates of attack. The frequency of foreign mass public shootings since 1998 has grown 291 percent faster than in the U.S.
-John R. Lott Jr., president of the Crime Prevention Research Center