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Chip Somodevilla / Getty ImagesSupreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the third day ...

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Hypocrisy: Dems Ignore Ellison Accuser While Demanding Kavanaugh Probe

The DNC remains silent on much more credible accusations of domestic abuse by Ellison. By Thomas Gallatin · at the Patriot ...

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Dialogue with a Demagogue

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Dems Silent As Violence Against Republicans Escalates

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Standing against 'Drag Queen Story Hour'

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Court Gives Missouri Green Light for Abortion Safety Reforms

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Dem Congressional Candidate Arrested for DUI, What He Says Next Is EYE-POPPING

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Why Socialism Will Always Fail

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By at Mises.org

The director wants to build a house. Now, there are many methods that can be resorted to. Each of them offers, from the point of view of the director, certain advantages and disadvantages with regard to the utilization of the future building, and results in a different duration of the building’s serviceableness; each of them requires other expenditures of building materials and labor and absorbs other periods of production. Which method should the director choose? He cannot reduce to a common denominator the items of various materials and various kinds of labor to be expended. Therefore he cannot compare them. He cannot attach either to the waiting time (period of production) or to the duration of

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Philly charter schools are an open book

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By at Pennsylvania Watchdog

If you want to access a directory of Philadelphia charter schools, you just have to click here.

For a listing of information-packed charter school profiles, all parents need to do is click here.

And now, for the first time, Philly families curious about how public charters are performing just have to click here.

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OPEN RECORDS: The School District of Philadelphia is making more information about charter schools available.

Wasn’t that easy?

The School District of Philadelphia is making it simple to scan and evaluate charter schools. In a two-week span, the district

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College Students Do Not Get Their Money’s Worth

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by Phyllis Schlafly at Eagle Forum

 

 

When I worked my way through college in the 1940s, tuition was $200 to $250 a year. My children’s tuition was $2,000 to $2,500 a year, and my grandchildren’s college education each cost $20,000 to $40,000 a year for tuition alone.

College is so expensive that only about half of today’s college graduates think their degree was worth the cost, according to a survey by Gallup-Purdue. The more debt the student incurs, the more likely he is to doubt that he received his money’s worth.

The total amount of student debt in the United States is a staggering $1.2 trillion, which exceeds even the annual discretionary spending of the entire United

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YouTube video at Emmaus High School on Opiod epidemic

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This video is a little long but well worth your time if you are interested in this Opiod epidemic in our schools and society. Attachments area

Preview YouTube video Emmaus High School event on Opiod use epidemic

Emmaus High School event on Opiod use epidemic

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Want to know the reason we’re polarized? Government.

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By Don Todd at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government

We hear much discussion about the polarization of America and what has caused it. Some say talk radio has brought it on others say class envy, bigotry and racism is the cause.

One item that is seldom discussed is government intrusion into every nook and cranny of a person’s life and the sense of powerlessness most people feel to do anything about it. This encroachment on personal liberty progresses without pause under both Republican and Democrat Congresses and Presidents.

Whether you want to install new bathroom fixtures, buy a light bulb, buy a new dish washer, buy a school lunch for your child or buy a new car the

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Chinese Crowding Our College Campuses

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by Phyllis Schlafly at Eagle Forum

 

 

High school seniors are eagerly watching their mail this month, hoping for the “fat envelope” indicating acceptance by the college of their choice. Unfortunately, more American students are receiving the “thin envelope” because college acceptance rates are continuing their decade-long decline.

The most selective public colleges, such as UCLA and Michigan, now take one out of six applicants, compared to one out of three a decade ago. Top private colleges, such as Stanford and Harvard, admit one out of 20 applicants, compared to one out of 10 a decade ago.

What explains the steady decline in college admission rates for America’s best high-school students? Is it really true that

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16 Democrat AGs Begin Inquisition Against ‘Climate Change Disbelievers’

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman speaks alongside former Vice President Al Gore. Neither Gore nor the “AGs United for Clean Power” has any concern over the First Amendment or the stifling of scientific debate. (Photo: Reuters/Mike Segar/Newscom)

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Hans von Spakovsky is an authority on a wide range of issues—including civil rights, civil justice, the First Amendment, immigration, the rule of law and government reform—as a senior legal fellow in The Heritage Foundation’s Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies and manager of the think tank’s Election Law Reform Initiative. Read his

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How Pennsylvania charter schools are funded

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By at Pennsylvania Watchdog

Charter school funding is one of the most important and misunderstood elements of the contentious education debate in Pennsylvania. Many school districts across the state, from Erie to Philadelphia, are struggling to solve structural budget deficits tied to rising pension costs and charter payments.

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THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE: Charter school funding, while clearly outlined by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, is interpreted differently by those who are for and against school choice.

While some place the blame on charter schools and advance a misleading narrative about how the schools are funded, the truth is often lost in the rhetoric. Continue reading…

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