Jindal has gone to war to oust the Common Core tests that not only represent but actually extend the hand of the federal government directly into classrooms.
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It’s about time a governor has stepped up to the plate to bat for his citizens instead of the federal government. … In pushing, funding, and evaluating Common Core and its tests, the federal government has stepped right into nearly every American child’s classroom.
In a time when Republicans, conservatives, and tea party minded individuals need to come together, don’t fracture the unity on which these constituencies agree: energy makes America Great! Please don’t frack.
My essay at RealClearPolitics yesterday sparked several responses. But 2,000 words is insufficient when it comes to outlining a dynamic shift in the political construct, and there will be more to[…]
[Editor’s note: In celebration of National School Choice Week, this is cross-posted from “The Pullmanns” blog at Ricochet.] If anyone is interested in policy issues that can appeal across party[…]
Nine states survive perfectly well with no state income tax at all. These include large states such as Texas and Florida, medium size states such as Tennessee and Washington, and smaller states, in terms of population,[…]
The folks over at Powerline Blog have an insightful post on the mindset of our current president. It comes by way of Bobby Jindal’s book, “Leadership and Crisis,” where Jindal[…]