Did Kamala Harris Just Violate Federal Law To Boost Terry McAuliffe In Virginia?

Source: Jonathan Turley.

Short answer: Yes.

This sort of thing angers me more than I can say. You can’t teach religion in public schools because that would violate the separation of church and state, but apparently you can use churches to engage in electioneering. IF you are a Democrat.

My reaction is to say that being a Democrat is something to be ashamed of.

Who Will Build the Roads? Anyone Who Stands to Benefit from Them.

Source: Mises Institute.

This story fascinates me because it disconnects profit from self-interest.

That the profit motive is immoral is one of the most basic complaints about capitalism, but also one of the most fallacious. It misses the fact that profit is the source of process improvements that increase productivity. Instead of pretending to be psychologists whose theories depend on incentive networks, economists should talk more about the “process improvement motive,” or about profit as a business expense.

In any case, the notion that so-called public goods would not exist unless government provided them is thoroughly debunked. The singular role of government to serve as the producer of public goods is simply mythical.

Inexplicable “balance”


In an attempt to maintain “balance” in the classroom, a school leader in Texas tells teachers that if they have books on the Holocaust, they need to provide “balance” and provide for views from the “other side”. All because a 4th grade teacher had a book on anti-racism in her classroom.

Sounds to me like in the rush to hide the racism that still exists in this country, some administrators are advocating for Holocaust denial.

For anyone who wants to deny that over 12,000,000 people, including over 6,000,000 Jews (family members included) were exterminated by the Nazi regime, I got news for you: You are an idiot.

Inexplicable Rejection

The Virgina Beach School Board voted on the following resolution last night:

WHEREAS, the School Board of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia values diversity, promotes inclusiveness and is committed to providing a learning environment whereby ALL students have access and opportunities to benefit from the high standards, support and resources required for a high quality education; and

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