Ahead of Midterms, 14 States Improve Election Integrity Laws

 
 
August 25 2022
 

Good morning from Washington, where pols posture with the midterms in view. Fourteen states have changed laws to make their elections cleaner, Hans von Spakovsky and Jack Fitzhenry write. Regulations sought by congressional Democrats would make it harder to get insulin and other pharmaceuticals, Rep. Kevin Hern argues. On the podcast, we've got tips for minimizing the influence of woke educators on your children. Plus: Ben Shapiro on the left's campaign to kill the Constitution; Florida school boards turn right; and "Problematic Women" questions Biden's bailout for student loan debtors. On this date in 1950, with a railroad strike imminent, President Harry Truman orders the Army to take control of American railways two months after sending U.S. troops to Korea.

 
 
 
COMMENTARY
Ahead of Midterms, 14 States Improve Election Integrity Laws
By Jack Fitzhenry, Hans von Spakovsky

Multiple states demonstrate a commitment to ensuring that their elections remain worthy of public confidence.
COMMENTARY
How Can the Constitution Be Jettisoned? 2 Writers Share Ideas in New York Times
By Ben Shapiro

To the left, the Constitution is a mere barrier against the utopian mission to restructure human relations, and ultimately, humanity itself.
COMMENTARY
Insulin Price Caps Aren't the Answer
By Kevin Hern

For several decades, the federal government has exercised unprecedented control over aspects of life that our Founders never intended—including your personal medical decisions.
COMMENTARY
Thanks to Biden, Americans Who Never Attended College Still Have to Pay for It
By Virginia Allen, Samantha Renck

President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan is inclusive. Even if you never attended a college course, you still have the opportunity to pay for your fellow Americans' degrees.
NEWS
Conservatives Sweep School Board Races Across Florida
By Reagan Reese

School boards in five Florida counties flip to conservative majorities with help from the endorsements of Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican.
NEWS
'Widen the Racial Wealth Gap': Economist Breaks Down Effects of Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness
By Harold Hutchison

"Disproportionately, the people who hold student debt that went to college are white," says Marc Goldwein of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.
ANALYSIS
Practical Tools to Protect Your Kids From Woke Agenda at School
By Virginia Allen

PragerU Kids' Jill Simonian discusses what classes parents should consider opting their kids out of, and how to build relationships with school administrators to learn what's being taught in class.
COMMENTARY
ICYMI: Why Biden's Student Loan Bailout Is Unfair
By Lindsey Burke, Adam Kissel

It would be hard to design a more unfair, regressive, and inflationary policy if you tried.
 
     
 
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