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Citizen journalists are under attack by Chuck Schumer, Lindsey Graham, and other members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The dynamic duo of progressivism has attached an amendment to Senate Bill 987, which would give the Department of Justice power to determine who qualifies for protection as a journalist under the First Amendment.
Chicken, Alaska is a tiny community 30 miles west of the Canadian border and about 300 miles east from Fairbanks. With an official population of 7, Chicken has no electrical service, telephones or central plumbing.
As part of the complex montrosity known as Obamacare, people signing up for health insurance can have the help of Navigators - people with little training or experience wading through the most complex law ever passed. The manual for the program describes a system that will lead to privacy violations, personal embarrassment, and identity theft.
Key Vote NO on the Shaheen/Portman Energy Efficiency Bill
As one of our several million members of FreedomWorks nationwide, I urge you to contact your senators and urge them to vote NO on the “Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act”, S. 761. Introduced by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) and Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), the bill, while being sold as an energy efficiency overhaul for the country, is merely a conglomeration of government meddling and waste.
The FreedomCast - Did Former EPA Chief Knowingly Break the Law?
The more I learn about Common Core, the more I am reminded that the federal government fails at managing… anything. These uniform national curriculum standards are bad for students, teachers, parents, taxpayers, and really, society as a whole. The federal takeover of education needs to be immediately reversed for the sake of our future prosperity.
What You Need to Know About Pictures and Blog Posts, Part II
In Los Angeles, there’s an unusual fight over Common Core. This fight is about testing before implementation. Although it is set to be implemented in the 2014-15 school year, a proposed bill (AB 484) was supposed to have their standardized testing align with those standards this year.
How to Take a Stand Against Classroom Bullying and Bias
As students of all ages go back to school, we need to address a very important issue. This issue is one I brought up this past March; bias and bullying in the classroom. In the course of the past few weeks, we have seen this issue reemerging in the national media. Teachers on both ends of the political spectrum are guilty of bias, and sometimes bullying, and it needs to end.