$2M in Perkins Reserve Grant Awards To Be Shared With 38 School Districts

On Wednesday, June 9, The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced The Perkins Reserve Grant. The $2 Million Dollar Grant Will Be Spread Out Over 38 School Districts In The State To Support Technical And Career Education.

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Nigel Farage On Conservatism Post COVID-19, American Governors & Trump

Former British Politician And Conservative Grassroots Organizer Nigel Farage Is Touring The U.S With Freedomworks To Breathe Life Back Into Conservatives After What He Called A “Pretty Rotten Six Months” Since Democrats Reclaimed The Oval Office In January.

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Flights of Migrant Children Smuggled Into Chattanooga Under Cloak Of Darkness

Wilson Air Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee Is Receiving Incoming Flights Under The Cloak Of Darkness With Planeloads Of Migrant Children.

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What Can Government Do To Help The Poor?

Government Has A Poor Track Record Of Directing Assistance To The Poor. Even Before COVID-19, The Federal Government Spent More Than $4 Trillion Per Year. Only A Small Fraction Of That, However, Was Allocated To Those In Poverty. There Is A Wide Range Of Federal, State And Local Programs That Actively Harm The Poor That Should Be Reformed. Rather Than Asking The Government To Create New Programs To Help The Poor, Something It Has A Rather Poor Track Record Of Achieving, Let’s First Ask It To Stop Doing Things We Know Actively Hurt The Poor. Yes, Government Can Do Something To Help The Poor. It Should Get Out Of The Way.

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Biden Signs $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill Into Law

President Joe Biden On Thursday Signed Into Law A $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill That Includes Extended Unemployment Benefits, Direct Funding To States And Municipalities, And $1,400 Checks For Most Americans.

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U.S. House Passes Controversial $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill, Sending Measure To Biden

The U.S. House Of Representatives Ratified Changes The Senate Made To A Massive $1.9 Trillion Relief Package That Critics Say Contains Hundreds Of Billions Of Dollars In Wasteful Spending Unrelated To The COVID-19 Pandemic. The Measure Now Goes To Biden, Who Said He Will Sign It.

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Everything’s Coming Up COVID For Much Public Spending, Even As Virus Fades

For Some Special Interests, A Fading Coronavirus Pandemic Poses A Problem, But Not Always An Insurmountable One. The Changes Made Due To The Pandemic Have Long Been On The Policy Wish Lists Of Advocates, They Evoke Words Widely Attributed To Winston Churchill: “Never Let A Good Crisis Go To Waste.” Or As A Headline This Week Might Sum Up A New Urgency: “The U.S. Is Edging Toward Normal, Alarming Some Officials.”

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Senate Narrowly Passes $1.9 Trillion Spending Package

After A Marathon Session That Lasted Through The Night, The U.S. Senate On Saturday Narrowly Passed A Massive $1.9 Trillion Relief Package That Critics Say Contains Hundreds Of Billions Of Dollars Of Wasteful Spending Unrelated To The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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House Democrats $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Bill Waste of Taxpayer Money, Full Of Pork

The Democrats’ $1.9 Trillion Emergency Relief Bill – Which Is Up For Vote Friday – Includes A Slew Of Bailout Money For State Governments Unrelated To The Pandemic, Opponents Say.

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Landmarks In 24 states Light Up For National School Choice Week

National School Choice Events Being Held All This Week, With Resources Available For Parents And Iconic Landmarks And Public Buildings Lighting Up In Red And Yellow.

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