I have some family stuff to deal with the next couple of days, so I am not sure how much I will get to post.
Here are some links I had bookmarked to blog about. You can read them yourself. You don’t need me to tell you how to think!
President Obama’s clumsy, smirky staff is sinking him — and resurrecting a deflated GOP!
If the voucher program is allowed to expire, the students would probably be back in the public system within two years.
“It would be really shocking to see 1,700 kids removed from the best schools they have ever known,” said Andrew Campanella, a spokesman for the Alliance for School Choice, a pro-voucher group.
I guess only the haves, such as the Obama children, should be allowed to opt-out of the failing DC school system.
Liberal bloggers were the cyber cheerleaders for Barack Obama in the 2008 race for the White House. But now that he has won, these “netroots” activists face a major challenge: criticizing the new president and his administration.
This disease is poverty. And the cure for poverty is the free market. That’s because the free market is the only environment in which entrepreneurs can flourish. And it’s the entrepreneurs – and only the entrepreneurs — who create the jobs that lift us all out of poverty.
93 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression.
And because we have not yet beat the IRV discussion to death,
Let’s get right into it: Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) is not good. It is not good because it suffers from three fundamental problems: it discriminates against classes of voters by adding complexity the ballot; it has a very real potential to produce perverse outcomes or voting paradoxes that are not majoritarian; and it fails to address the real problem that arises when multiple parties compete in a two-party system.
Have a great day, folks!