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Here’s what Republicans will deliver when we take back the House

When you buy groceries or pay your electricity bill, you might wonder, “Can I afford this?” Millions of Americans are asking that question because Democrats’ reckless government spending has led to record inflation and driven us into a recession.

How to repair the educational wreckage from COVID-19

The Biden administration announced a new campaign this month to recruit 250,000 tutors for K-12 students to address learning loss from school closures and distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Heritage Action Applauds Educational Choice for Children Act

Original Article Link WASHINGTON — Today, Heritage Action released a statement from Executive Director Jessica Anderson applauding Sen. Bill Cassidy, Sen. Tim Scott, Sen. Steve Daines, and Sen. Todd Young for introducing the Educational Choice for Children Act in the...

Let’s Stand up for The Catholic Schools That Stood up for Our Kids | Opinion

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court handed a victory to advocates of school choice and religious freedom. It ruled 6-3 in Carson v. Makin that Maine can no longer exclude religious schools from a state-funded private school tuition program. This ruling, along with 2020’s Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, clears the way for a new approach to education in America, one that ensures religious schools are no longer excluded from critical sources of funding and support.