COVID Exposed The Flaws In Federalized Education

When COVID-19 shut down classrooms from coast to coast, few districts had contingency plans to plug the hole it put in our children’s learning skills and plans for the next year. This impacted many of their SAT scores, scholarships, college entrance requirements and exams. With no strategic plans during a shutdown, and generous union contracts, school teachers across the U.S. collected full time checks while sitting home. States require schools to include 180 days of classroom instruction and teaching programs. But this was ignored around America. Teachers got paid if they worked or not and many children played with friends instead of doing lessons in quarantine. The only students schooled as usual were by home schooling parents.

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Government Waste Thrives In Darkness

In the last 20 years, our country’s national debt has exploded. Today, the national debt is around $27 trillion, a four-fold increase in the last two decades. That doesn’t count unfunded mandates. And there is no end in sight. Obviously, our elected officials are unwilling to address this explosive, increasingly crucial national debt problem. Fortunately, we the taxpaying voters today have a weapon at our fingertips to successfully wage a War on Waste. Successful because our political leaders will quickly recognize that if they want to be reelected, they will have to respond accordingly.

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Biden Executive Order Ethics Rule Aims To Curtail Revolving Door, ‘Shadow Lobbying’

President Joe Biden Signed An Executive Order Wednesday That Aims To Prevent His Administration Officials From Joining The Lucrative Washington Influence Industry Shortly After Leaving The Executive Branch.

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Biden Calls For Unity After Being Sworn In As 46th President

Biden Touts Promise Of Unity And Boldness And Marks The Beginning Of A Push For Progressive Policies That Could Have A Widespread Effect On Taxpayers.

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Inauguration Day 2021: Biden To Be Sworn In As 46th U.S. President

During An Inauguration Day Ceremony unlike any other, Joe Biden And His Vice President, Kamala Harris, Will Be Sworn In Shortly After Noon Eastern Before A Mostly Television Audience.

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The Media’s Long History Of Disrupting Elections

All aspects of our lives were upended by the 2020 pandemic. The media reminded us daily of the violent social unrest and alleged racial injustice. They failed to cover abuses of our core democratic voting practices which cast long shadows over the efficacies of our election process. At a time so much went wrong and so little went right, when we needed unity, the media divided us even more. Debates were postponed or canceled. Candidates missed events, and held others on the internet or TV. Joe Biden hid in the basement of his Delaware home for days, and refused interviews. The media did Kamala Harris’ campaigning for her while Biden remained AWOL from most of America.

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Conservatives: We Have Questions About The Election.

Republicans And Conservatives Should Be Asking Lots Of Questions About This Election And What We Should Do In The Future. Whether or not courts decide to address these concerns for the election in 2020, Republicans must be more involved in the process of election rules and vote counting going forward.

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