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NEA embraces the woke agenda — but votes down “student learning”

By Nat Malkus and RJ Martin (Editor’s Note: Teachers in Virginia who belong to their local Virginia Education Association unit also belong to the National Education Association, and a portion of their dues goes to the NEA, which is why … Continue reading

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Reparations Not the Answer

Editor’s note: Coleman Hughes, a columnist at the online magazine Quillette, delivered the following testimony at a United States House Judiciary subcommittee hearing on Bill H.R. 40 on June 21, 2019. If passed, the bill would establish a commission for … Continue reading

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Look What They’re Saying About The Thomas Jefferson Institute Tax Plan!

The Thomas Jefferson Institute has proposed a tax plan that would double the standard deduction, phase in a reduction of the corporate income tax, index Virginia’s individual tax brackets, personal exemptions and standard deduction to inflation, and create a mechanism … Continue reading

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Virginia Voters Say: Give the Money Back!

As a result of recent federal tax changes, Virginia taxpayers will pay an additional $1.2 billion in state income taxes this year and next, rising to $4.5 billion in additional taxes by 2024. In late December, the Thomas Jefferson Institute … Continue reading

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