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Still Standing

Recently, anti CCSS/ESSA/Fed Led Ed Warriors, a pro Common Core education blog featured an article posing the view that the fight for modern education reform has lost steam… 418 more words



No one can know for sure how the country’s Founders would advise the delegates to this week’s Republican National Convention, but it seems likely that they would have little patience with the common claim that it would be unethical to disregard the wishes of primary voters if the delegates were convinced that the people’s preference was ill advised.  386 more words

U. S. Politics

Rose Marie Woods, Where are You Now; or, the Missing 28 Pages Unravel the Cover-Up

from the usual reliable sources:

It would not be stretching the evidence to bluntly state that the suppressed 28 pages of the Joint Inquiry report on the 9/11 terrorist attacks places agents of the Saudi government at the epicenter of the plot.

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More Evidence that Balanced Budget Rules Don’t Work as Well as Spending Caps | International Liberty

…consider the fact that balanced budget requirements haven’t prevented states like California, Illinois, Connecticut, and New York from adopting bad policy. Or look at France, Italy, Greece, and other EU nations that are fiscal basket cases even though there are “Maastricht rules” that basically are akin to balanced budget requirements…

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Economic Issues

The Roundup: Rare Life, the Founders' "Failure," and the American Education System

Life May Be a Rarity: Paul Davies, a physicist at Arizona State University, thinks that life may be pretty rare. In a blog post… 259 more words

Origin Of Life

Jamie Glazov Moment: Our Death Through Jihad-By-Immigration

“Immigrants entering the U.S. are not asked, ‘Do you believe in jihad, in sharia?'”  Both are incompatible with the U.S. Constitution.

Refugee Resettlement

The Transformative Nature of the 14th Amendment

When I look at the Reconstruction Era–particularly the period from 1865 to 1870–I see a time of deep reflection about how and why the U.S. Constitution needed to be significantly changed in the wake of the Civil War. 734 more words