By Ron Paul Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently signed an executive order forbidding Maryland public schools from beginning classes before Labor Day. Governor Hogan’s executive order benefits businesses in Maryland’s coastal areas that lose school-aged summer employees and business from Maryland families when schools start in August. However, as Governor Hogan’s critics have pointed out, […]
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This talk was given at the 2016 Property and Freedome Society Annual Meeting in Bodrum, Turkey. Seperate school and state.
American education is broken. How did it get this way? Let’s be honest. The federal government’s involvement in education is a history of failure. Stifling federal bureaucracy has let down parents and students, saddling children with a massive debt.
Union thugs say yes, we should use violence to take your stuff. Victims say no- I have the right to be left alone and not forced to pay for things I do not want. What is amazing is all the uneducated so-called educators.
Tough teachers have become too politically incorrect for government schools. One more reason to empower parents with educational vouchers.
It’s always exciting when a prominent figure at an enormous public university – the largest public university by enrollment in the U.S – openly calls for the end of public schooling. Professor Boyes has called education the #1 issue facing us on the path to greater personal and political liberty. http://schoolsucks.podomatic.com/enclosure/2015-11-25T11_07_21-08_00.mp3 Source: [PODCAST] #384: Professor […]
by Arjun Walia Prior to the late 1800’s, education was a private practice which took place in private institutions or through home schooling. That all changed in 1902 when John D. Rockefeller created the general education board in conjunction with Frederick T. Gates, Rockefeller’s business and personal adviser and good friend. The general education board was responsible for […]