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In School Districts Everywhere, Taxpayers Unknowingly Pay Millions to Fund Democrats

Joy Overbeck, In Douglas County, Colorado, the front line of the fight for school choice and vouchers on the SCOTUS level, Republican voters outnumber Democrats about two to one. Yet until recently, Republican taxpayers in this peaceful suburb south of Denver were unwittingly paying about $1.25 million a year to fund Democrats’ political campaigns. How

Why Professors Object to Being Recorded

Dennis Prager, After the election of Donald Trump as president, a professor at Orange Coast College in California, Olga Perez Stable Cox, went into an extended hate-rant against the president-elect. Among other things, she described the Trump election as an “act of terrorism,” labelled him a “white supremacist” and called Vice-President-Elect Mike Pence “one of

Help Betsy Help Students: Fight the NEA

Katie Kieffer, Watch out—Betsy DeVos is President Trump’s right-hand woman on educational reform—and she’s ready to drain the teachers’ union swamp. Beginning with the biggest: the National Education Association (NEA). “Shame! Shame! Shame!” protesters chanted as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos made her first public visit to a U.S. public school, Jefferson Middle School Academy, in

California professor caught on video calling Trump’s election ‘Terrorism’

A professor at a California college was caught on video calling Donald Trump’s election an “act of terrorism,” saying the nation had been “assaulted” – and the local teacher’s union was quick to threaten the student who made the recording once it was posted online this week. “Our nation is divided,” said Olga Perez Stable

Teachers Union Leaders Devastated that So Many Members Voted Trump

Warner Todd Huston, Despite the fact that teachers union bosses were all in for Hillary and made a heavy push for members to jump on the Clinton bandwagon, exit polls revealed that a large number of teachers ignored their leaders and voted for Trump. Now union officials are engaging in finger pointing and recriminations. Union

Trump doubles monthly campaign fundraising, lags Clinton

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s campaign raised $3.1 million from donors in May, more than doubling previous monthly hauls as he began soliciting donations to battle Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. But with spending that outpaced inflows, the New York real estate magnate’s campaign began June with just $1.29 million in cash, putting it well-behind Clinton’s