Guess what government service has the largest number of employees at the state and local level?
This week Virginia Walden-Ford, executive director of D.C. Parents for School Choice, will be traveling to Kentucky to a rally supporting state legislation for charter schools.
Americans driving, or walking, through blocks of shut-down businesses and foreclosed-upon homes while greeting their unemployed neighbors or perhaps looking for jobs themselves may wonder what happened to the so-called stimulus money that Congress voted to spend earlier this year.
According to Michelle Malkin, the National Education Association is recommending two of Saul Alinsky’s books, Reveille for Radicals and Rules for Radicals, to member teachers.
Yet another charming characteristic of America’s 40th president was his attitude towards so-called elites
A U.S. Census bureau campaign for schools is encouraging teachers to use the classroom as a way to help their neighborhood come out for the 2010 census and is expected to affect every school in the nation.
Occasionally, Washington outsiders have tried to tame the ultimate company town but few were as stunningly successful. A look back at his arrival shows that other than the favorite restaurants, little has changed in the capital.
In securing the Republican presidential nomination, Ronald Reagan bested some high ranking Senate Republicans, including the then-minority leader, a victory which would come back to haunt him.
Commentators of all political stripes who tell you how times have changed in the last 30 years ignore the startling similarities.
“The Berlin Wall speech is a perfect microcosm of Ronald Reagan’s entire political career,” writes Steven Hayward in The Age of Reagan.