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No prosecution? Why is no-one surprised? Hillary is above the law and everyone knows it. Heck, the democrats celebrate it!:
Imagine subjecting your nation, ANY nation, to the tyranny of unruly, disrespectful, and disruptive seventh grade children.
The EU governing body in action: This video demonstrates Democracy at it’s best. This short clip probably engenders many profound yet subtle thoughts regarding centralization of world power. Here’s just one: Is it any wonder that the word (Democracy) is nowhere in the founding documents of the United States?
Leave the EU to itself. The seeds of destruction are endemic and evident to any unbiased observation.
The Democrat ‘gauntlet’ thrown down by another teacher running in District 2. Being a Republican conservative must be, well, just crazy!
Democrat challenges Rep. Barbieri in heavily GOP North Idaho district – The Spokesman Review
Betsy fails to mention the 1.7 Billion dollar budget for schools, the taxpayer burden, and that teachers have a simple message: ‘We just want more!.’
“Here’s my full column from Sunday’s Spokesman-Review: By Betsy Z. Russell BOISE – No Democrat has represented North Idaho’s legislative District 2 since 1994, but newly retired St. Maries teacher Kathy Kahn thinks she’s got a shot, in her challenge to third-term Rep. Vito Barbieri,…”
America, look at realities! Idaho, hear reason! Brexit is the rational response to central planners’ disregard of reason. Hear a Briton’s take on integration, assimilation, and the ‘politically correct’ destruction of the high ideal for which our fathers fought, bled and died.
Well worth the 30 minutes.
Two articles caught my eye this morning with divergent messages for Idaho Legislators, Taxpayers, and college students.
The first sets out the income reality, debt, costs, and current job prospects for college grads when “(n)early 50 percent of recent college graduates are working in jobs where a college education isn’t typically required.”
Is the other 50 percent enough justification for perpetually increased taxpayer expenditures on colleges?
The next article sets out the perceived need for a higher education because a degree has “… the most immediate economic impact on a community.”
Just what is the economic impact on a community if Idaho taxpayers throw another, say, $5 million a year at higher education?
The Statists (and the institutions themselves) would have us believe that increasing ‘investment’ of taxpayer money in higher education is the only way to keep student costs and debt down while improving our economy for the future.
Is this necessarily true? And where is the statistical basis for the “immediate economic impact”?
This is, of course, just another complex issue, but this isn’t the economy of the sixties nor is it even of the 20th Century. Is increased allocation of taxpayer money in anything, let alone colleges, always an overall societal benefit? Is it that simple?
No election victory is without a lot of help from friends. Republican conservatives must now work toward unifying, as we move toward the General Election. Thanks to everyone who supported of my re-election effort for their hard work and dedication to American Values.
I appreciate you all!