Commentary: United States Department of Education and the Circular Firing Squad

The Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” Can you list an irrefutable positive consequence on the academic performance of school children in the United States as a direct result of the involvement of the federal government since the creation of the United States Department of Education?

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DNC Email Server Most Wanted Evidence for Russia Investigations

It is perhaps the key piece of forensic evidence in Russia’s suspected efforts to sway the November presidential election, but federal investigators have yet to get their hands on the hacked computer server that handled email from the Democratic National Committee. Indeed, the only cybersecurity specialists who have taken a…

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‘White Middle Class Studies’ Urgently Needed to Understand Donald Trump Voters, GWU Law Professor Says

Professor John Banzhaf of George Washington University Law School says there is an “urgent” need to launch “White Middle Class Studies” to understand President Donald Trump’s supporters. Thursday’s International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities in London will feature Mr. Banzhaf’s plan for figuring out why many reporters and…

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Metro Nashville Public Schools Promotes ‘Faux Psychology’ Of Social-Emotional Learning

Metro Nashville Public Schools recently held its annual Social Emotional Learning Conference to promote practices that well-known education scholar Chester Finn has called “faux psychology.” The seventh annual conference, co-sponsored by the behavioral health team at Alignment Nashville, was held June 29 and 30 at Cane Ridge High School. More than…

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