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Six-Figure California Superintendent Of Equity Living In Pennsylvania Resigns

California’s Superintendent of Equity Daniel Lee resigned in disgrace Tuesday after Politico reported the six-figure-salaried education chief works as a life coach in Pennsylvania. California Republican Assemblyman Kevin Kiley pressed the state’s secretary of government operations Monday over whether Lee’s employment was legal. “Mr. Lee’s taxpayer salary is more than $160,000,” Kiley wrote. “In a recent interview, Amy Palmer, spokesperson…

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Pennsylvania Unions Ignore SCOTUS Ruling, Keep Forcing Teachers To Pay Dues

A Pennsylvania public school teacher who sued a teachers union for attempting to charge him dues despite no longer being a member entered into a settlement this fall that reaffirms the constitutional rights of government workers who do not want to subsidize political activism they do not support. Until recently, those rights had been subjugated to the commonwealth’s labor laws,…

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Why Are Philadelphia Public Schools Trying To Stop Teachers From Talking To The Press?

While schools are on the hot seat across the United States due to coronavirus lockdowns and critical race theory (CRT) leaks, Philadelphia City School District is deciding whether it will introduce what one board member calls “a gag order,” effectively forbidding its 20,000 employees from speaking to the media without district approval. The district’s proposed policy was discussed in a…

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Why Does Michigan Still Have 25,000 Dead People On Its Voter Rolls?

On Wednesday, a federal lawsuit filed against the Michigan secretary of state revealed the state’s voter rolls potentially include more than 25,000 dead people, including names of more than 20,000 individuals who have been dead for more than a decade. In the lawsuit filed by the Public Interest Legal Foundation, or PILF, a nonprofit law firm dedicated to election integrity,…

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What To Do When Election Officials Keep Ignoring Voting Laws

Earlier this month, Fairfax County, Virginia — a locale that broke 70-30 for President Joe Biden and Democrat Sen. Mark Warner in 2020 — previewed the attacks on election integrity likely planned for the midterm cycle of 2022 and beyond. There, election officials in the deep-blue county approved absentee and mail-in ballot applications lacking the statutorily mandated last four digits…

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Pennsylvania’s Democrat Governor Ignores Science On Masking Kids

PHILADELPHIA, P.A. — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf misses being drunk with power. After the Democrat was stripped of his emergency powers by voters dissatisfied with Pennsylvania’s coronavirus response under his leadership, Wolf is pleading with state legislators to champion pseudo-science by mandating masks for children in schools. Wolf, whose powers were curbed at the ballot box in May, wrote a…

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The University Of Pittsburgh Is Hiding How Much It’s Spending On Racist Indoctrination

The University of Pittsburgh, a Pennsylvania institution heavily backed by taxpayer dollars and with an endowment of $4.17 billion, is hosting a critical race theory (CRT) conference open to the public in late July, while concealing its financial contributions thanks to an uncommon state open records law. “This year’s forum sessions and workshops will engage and equip participants with the…

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Will Lawmakers Finally Stop Groveling For Teachers Unions? Pennsylvania Is About To Find Out

Teachers’ unions took it on the nose during the lockdowns. After they pushed to keep schools closed for months (and then folks like national teachers’ union president Randi Weingarten inexplicably blamed it on the “privilege” of Jewish Americans), unions are justly taking blame for school closures. Angry parents have taken to school board meetings and national news to openly criticize…

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Supreme Court Sides With Profanity-Spewing Pennsylvania Cheerleader In Free-Speech Case

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Pennsylvania cheerleader Brandi Levy in a case that addressed public schools’ ability to penalize students for off-campus speech. The 8-1 ruling held that the school’s interest in regulating student speech did not extend to Levy’s free expression, and further that public schools must have a “heavy burden to justify intervention.” Levy, who…

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