Georgia Could Suffer New Tax Hikes Due to Inflation, New Analysis Warns

Inflation could trigger tax increases in Georgia and 21 other states, according to a new analysis from the Tax Foundation, which is a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit. Tax brackets “fail to adjust for changes in consumer purchasing power,” according to The Tax Foundation’s report. The nonprofit described this phenomenon as “bracket creep.”

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Georgia School District Refuses to Sell Building to Convert to Charter School, Former Marine Says

A Georgia man who founded a charter school to steer young black men away from violence and gang culture reportedly said members of the Dougherty County School System won’t sell him a school already abandoned. That man, King Randall, said school system officials won’t sell him the school unless he agrees to adopt the public school system’s curriculum.

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Adjunct Scholar at the Cato Institute and Author of Unschooled Kerry McDonald Talks About the Rise of Homeschooling and Debunks Myths

Tuesday morning on the Tennessee Star Report, host Michael Patrick Leahy welcomed author and an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute Kerry McDonald to the newsmakers line to talk about her book Unschooled, homeschooling and the ever-changing way people are looking at educating their children in the home.

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Tennessee Media Neglects to Report Federal Workers Make More Money Than Those in Private Sector

To hear the Tennessee mainstream media tell it, federal workers can’t maintain their usual standard of living and are reduced to accepting charity whenever and wherever offered. But, according to new research, civilian federal employees enjoy a better standard of living than people who work and toil in the private…

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