61% of Moms Support K-12 Vouchers for Religious or Non-Religious Education: Friedman Foundation Mother’s Day Poll
I’d like to wish all mothers a “Happy Mother’s Day,” and I would like to share with you a poll released by the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, demonstrating the strong support all around the country for school vouchers at the K-12 level. Interestingly, mothers of K-12 children support school vouchers even more than the average American. Below, I will highlight some of the findings of the poll. | Read More »
Eminent domain in Texas: still work to be done.
RedState friends, I’d like to present to you here a guest post from one of the intellectual free-market leaders at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Director of the Center for Economic Freedom Bill Peacock. I’m proud to call Bill a colleague, and he’s been in the trenches fighting for good policy for well over a decade. The topic Bill writes about here, eminent-domain reform, is | Read More »
Obma’s Own Private Domestic Terrorist!
I was sent a email tonight Two links to a couple of news cast Fox did with Hemmer and Kelly. I want to deal with the latter one. Acorn doing the census YOU got to be kidding, And that is saying it mildly. These people are nothing short of Domestic Terrorist!. And not only Domestic Terrorist!, But Obma’s Private Domestic Terrorist!. I tell you right | Read More »
The way to bring in capital and jump start main street
This will require very few words. To bring in capital, eliminate all capital gains taxes for stock purchases over the next 24 months. To help main street, the following tax incentives put in placea. Make all meals for business purposes tax deductible at 100%b. Allow a 10% Investment tax credit for all business purchases of NEW durable goods.c. Allow a 10% Investment tax credit for | Read More »
Obama takes his kids to school
Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama held his daughters’ hands when he escorted them to their first day of school on Monday. The girls arrived at the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools in a five-SUV motorcade after a short drive from their South Side home. It was the first day of classes for 10-year-old Malia, a fifth grader, and 7-year-old Sasha, in second grade. They’d spent | Read More »