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 STEVEN AHLE /steadfastandloyal The voters in North Carolina approved a measure requiring the presentation of a photo ID in order to vote. ...

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Trump’s First Nat. Monument Honors Black Troops. Liberals Immediately Attack

    Pete Marovich / Getty ImagesUS President Donald Trump speaks to the media as he prepares to board Marine One on ...

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Still the smartest guy in the room

By Joan Swirsky at Renew America   Well, whaddaya know? In the midterm elections of November 6, 2018, the American people rewarded ...

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9 of 10 Senate Incumbents With Most Out-of-State Donors Are Dems

McCaskill tops list with nearly $25 million brought in from out-of-state Sen. Claire McCaskill / Getty Images BY: Hunter Lovell /  Washington Free Beacon Democrats ...

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The Election Thief? Florida's Brenda Snipes Should Have been Miles Away from the Nearest Election

Jim-Kouri at Conservative Base via COP Magazine Broward County, Democratic Party cover up, Dr. Brenda Snipes, election fraud, Florida elections   As Broward County ...

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CIA Whistleblower: Hillary Ran the Most Extensive Global Crime Syndicate in History & Because Trump Can’t be Bribed She Will Pay For It

Government corruption 22/American Journal Review Hillary Clinton has a notorious past, to say the least, when it comes to running criminal enterprises. “Hillary Clinton was ...

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Media Should Examine Itself Before Blaming Trump for ‘Climate of Hate’

Jarrett Stepman / @JarrettStepman / The Daily Signal A commentator and an anchor at CNN were quick to blame President Donald Trump ...

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 STEVEN AHLE /SteadfastAndLoyal When he was president, Barack Obama oversaw a terrible economy. Actually, he was the cause of the terrible ...

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Answering Bernie Sanders' question

By Mark Shepard at Renew America In an October 27 debate for the U.S. Senate seat in Vermont, current Senator Bernie ...

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The Welfare Generation: 51.7% Kids in 2017 Lived in Households Getting Govt Assistance

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Transgender Bathrooms Are Not the Issue


By Dr. Hurd from Dr.




The national debt is $20 trillion and counting. Medicare and Social Security are going bankrupt. ISIS is at our doorstep, the federal government threatens to confiscate guns from peaceful gun owners, and health care is being ruined by socialized medicine.

And yet we’re fighting over transgender bathrooms in public schools.

When historians look back on the whole history of the American republic, and contrast it with the early twenty-first century, which may prove its waning years, what will any honest and objective observer think and conclude?

The Obama administration told public school systems across the nation on Friday to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms and locker rooms that match

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Pennsylvania Family Council Report/Call to Action


Call to Action Family Update | May 13, 2016 | Forward |


Record-Breaking Alert: Keep Contacting State Senators & Representatives to Stop Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills


We have had the largest response ever of Pennsylvanians using our Citizen Action Center to tell State Senators and State Representatives to oppose Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills (HB1510 & SB974). Thousands stand for protecting privacy rights and agree that men should not be allowed to use the women’s restroom, locker room or showers.


Keep it up – share the alert at or point to the website



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Great Teachers Deserve an A-Plus


Monday, May 16, 2016

Dear CF Friend,

Every day, thousands of teachers work extra hours and give their all to change the lives of students across the state. These teachers deserve our thanks—and our action.

Last week, the Legislature moved to protect these great teachers by ending Pennsylvania’s archaic “last-in, first-out” policy that says exceptional teachers can be laid off in favor of teachers with more seniority, regardless of their performance.

Unfortunately, Gov. Wolf has already threatened to veto this bill, punishing high-performing teachers simply because they haven’t tallied as many years in the classroom.

This is no way to treat Pennsylvania’s most effective teachers, and it’s no way to serve schoolchildren.

Students don’t deserve simply the longest-serving teachers. Students deserve the best

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California Teachers Unions Force Nonmembers to Pay for LGBT, Other Political Goals


Unions expect nonunion teachers to help pay for LGBT leadership programs, among other “human rights” activities. (Photo: Kham/Reuters/ /Newscom)


A large California teachers union and its national affiliate are forcing nonunion teachers to pay for political activism, according to a disclosure form acquired by The Daily Signal.

Under a category called “human rights,” both the National Education Association and the California Teachers Association require nonunion teachers to finance LGBT leadership training and other political goals that may run counter to the teachers’ convictions, The Daily Signal’s analysis of the disclosure form shows.

The form shows that unions charged $1.1 million in “human rights” costs to nonunion teachers

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Isolating political thought in higher education


By Natalia Castro at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government

Immediately upon entering adulthood, students are forced to make the largest decision of their adult life, barely 18-year-old students must decide the higher education institute of their choice, or if they want to go at all. Common considerations include cost, location, and notoriety, but for many a key consideration is far less obvious — the politics of individual schools.

While many colleges tout open-mindedness and diversity, this is done on a superficial level, where diversity is defined by characteristics of race, socioeconomic status, and language. To clarify, these are extremely important margins for ensuring an inclusive educational environment, but what about intellectual diversity?

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Commonwealth Foundation -Action Alert


Tuesday, May 10, 2016

In a crucial victory for both students and teachers, the Protecting Excellent Teachers Act passed the Senate yesterday with a vote of 26 to 22.

HB 805, championed by Rep. Stephen Bloom, provides that public school teachers are retained based on effectiveness in the classroom—not merely seniority—in the unfortunate event of furloughs. A seniority-based system punishes young, effective teachers who excel in the classroom but have not racked up sufficient service time. This is unfair. HB 805 ensures our best teachers remain in the classroom, helping every child reach their maximum potential.

The legislation now moves to Gov. Wolf, whose options are clear: Side with the teachers’ unions which oppose the bill or

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Why Socialism Will Always Fail


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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


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.

School District of Philadelphia

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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