Monthly Archives: November 2017

Tax bill would kill deduction for student loan interest, promote vouchers

  Elections have consequences, and some more of them are showing up in anti-educator and anti-student provisions in the tax bill drafted by the Republican majority in Congress. Not only would the bill repeal the $250 tax deduction that under-paid … Continue reading

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Educators who punish flag protesters are violating the Constitution

  The issue of not standing for the Pledge of Allegiance as a form of political protest provokes a lot of controversy. Many Americans, including many veterans, are offended, and that is understandable. The president can tweet his outrage, but … Continue reading

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