Anyone who attends Union County freeholder meetings as an objective observer first notices that there is very little discussion of resolutions which all get rubber-stamped, the vast majority unanimously. Nothing said can derail the inevitable. Even when a contract is awarded to what appears to be an unqualified bidder it gets approved. For example, on July […]
The City-Sentinel in Oklahoma has a nice history lesson explaining how obscure provisions named for James G. Blaine, a 19th century nativist politician “who wanted to reshape the First Amendment in his own anti-Catholic image,” are hindering 21st century efforts to expand school choice. Read the whole thing here.