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UNESCO and Republican Politicians in Arizona

We get accustomed to hearing acronyms and accepting what they represent as good for society.  Every organization writes a positive and feel-good mission statement.  For networking opportunities, politicians and office holders often jump on board enthusiastically.  Before supporting these organizations, it is a politician’s responsibility to learn what they are all about, way beyond the flowery description they […]

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The University of Arizona is Providing Free Condoms

There is much to be concerned about with the current culture, but as adults we have only ourselves to blame for what we have done to the next generation.  For those of us who are parents or in positions of authority, we must stop pushing exactly what we say we want to prevent. The latest […]

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Reading, PA School Board Election 11-7-17 and Other Updates

Thanks to the parents and families in Reading, Pennsylvania for pushing back on a proposed Planned Parenthood inside the district’s high school.  For now, the idea is off the table.  Thankfully there are vigilant community members monitoring the situation because we all know Planned Parenthood does not take NO for an answer.  Abortion, Inc. is […]

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The Number One Reason Not to Vote for #KeepKuby on Tempe Council

This post shouldn’t even need to be written.  There is no reason we should have to be babysitting any city council in regards to education.  But Tempe is different.  Tempe is always different.  Some call it leadership, but it is not. Lauren Kuby is currently installing yard signs to draw support for her second term on Tempe […]

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The Anti-Choice Transgender Crowd Moves in on Charter Schools

Arizona is one of the leaders in the country in school choice.  Those not content with government-run schools have many options.  Charters schools abound in the state, along with religious schools, private schools, and the many home school groups for those who want to educate their children themselves. Ask the parents of children who opt […]

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