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Education: Government Schools

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Simple Justice

Erin Cox is a senior honor student at North Andover High School and was captain of her school volleyball team until she was punished and suspended for five games. The crime? She gave her drunk friend a ride home.

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Trade-offs apply to our economic lives, as well as our political lives. That means getting more of one thing requires giving up something else. Let’s look at some examples.

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You Can Run International

Our college professors do not know our Constitution or the Bill of Rights. They do not even know that we are a republic. If our professors do not know, who does?

News Link • Global Reported By Kevin Banet
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At St. Tammany Parish, during a meeting of school board members, the topic of heated debate was the over-whelming desire to defeat the implementation of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in their local public schools. Board members lashed out at

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by L. Neil Smith (The Libertarian Enterprise)

What this little death-dealer proposes—"demands" would be more accurate—is that all private schools be outlawed (whoops there go the First, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, and Tenth Amendments) and everybody forced to send their children to, and participate in

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Maine Governor Paul LaPage is rethinking his support of Common Core State Standards (CCSS). LaPage said: “I don’t believe in Common Core. I believe in raising the standards in education.” Standards for CCSS implemented from kindergarten to high

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Socialism is an ethical and political belief that the life and rights of the individual (provided that he has any at all) are less important than the life and putative rights of the group.

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Lew Rockwell blog

The head of a British government school tries to wreck a young man’s life for making fun of some of his teachers, and especially for writing this on his blog:

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