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Government Spending on Higher Education Reaches an All-Time High

Bernie Sanders’ Education Plan is Rife With Deceit

Education Funding and Results

Myths about School Choice and Betsy DeVos

The School Funding Inequity Farce

Social Ills That Plague African Americans Coincide With Leftism, Not Racism

Public School Teachers Are Paid Far More Than Commonly Reported

The New York Times Regularly Publishes Falsehoods That Spur Violent Unrest and Civic Dysfunction

Leading Progressives Blame the Wrong Culprit for Rising College Costs

Deceitful Evidence of Job Market Discrimination

Most Federal Employees Are Paid More Than Their Private-Sector Counterparts

Busing, Segregation, and Education

Effects of Immigration From Impoverished Nations

Poll Reveals Voters are Uninformed About Major Issues

The U.S. is a Democratic Constitutional Republic, and Yes, It Matters

The Effects of Regulations on the Economy

Public School Funding Per Student Averages 80% More Than Private Schools

Rape Facts and Falsehoods

Federal Fiscal Shortfall Surges Past $100 Trillion

False Arguments Against Evidence of Vote Fraud

How Hard and Effectively do Americans Work?

Poll Reveals Voters Misinformed About Key Issues

In America, Women and Men Earn Equal Pay for Equal Work

Fact-Based Poll Reveals Fictions Believed by Voters

Bans on Plastic Bags Harm the Environment

What the $20 Trillion National Debt Means to You

Illegal Immigrants and Federal Income Taxes

Substantial Numbers of Non-Citizens Vote Illegally in U.S. Elections

A Factual Look at Obama’s Presidency

New Treasury Data Shows Federal Shortfall of $670,000 Per U.S. Household

Media Bias Fact Check: Incompetent or Dishonest?

Vital Facts About Covid-19

The School Segregation Farce

2017: The Year in Facts and Falsehoods

Lack of Assimilation is Economically Harming Latino Immigrants and Society

Federal Government’s 2017 Fiscal Shortfall Is 74% Worse Than Reported Budget Deficit

AOC’s Baseless Accusation That the U.S. Is a “Brutal, Barbarian Society”

New Spending Bill Gives $35 Billion in Raises to Federal Workforce

Abortion, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution

The “Anti-Science” Accusation

Treasury Data Reveals Federal Shortfall of $614,000 per U.S. Household

Pre-Election Poll: Voters Broadly Misinformed About Key Issues

Can We Prevent a Debt-Driven Economic Collapse Without Reforming Entitlements?

Are Today’s Newborns the Luckiest Generation in U.S. History?

Blame for the National Debt

Maximum Facts About the Minimum Wage

Do Large National Debts Harm Economies?

Poll: Public Broadly Unaware that “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” was Disproved by Obama Administration

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On average, how much do federal, state, and local governments spend per year on social programs (like healthcare, income security, and education) for every household in the U.S.? 3 In…

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What portion of all federal spending is for social programs, such as healthcare, income security, education, housing, and recreation? 3 In 2019 (latest data), 62% of federal spending was for…

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Do black and Hispanic students have better educational outcomes in conservative or progressive cities? 2 In 2020, the education nonprofit Brightbeam compared student outcomes in the 12 most progressive and…

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…3 According to the latest nationally representative adult literacy test administered by the National Center for Education Statistics, 18% of U.S. residents aged 16+ correctly answered a question requiring the…

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…of funding provided by local governments is that state governments have paid a growing portion of the education expenses of low-income school districts in order to equalize their funding with…

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On average, are federal civilian employees compensated better than comparable private-sector workers? 2 At least six recent studies that account for workers’ benefits, education, experience, and skills have found that…

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…to the bottom 15% for math. Randi Weingarten, president of one of the largest U.S. teachers’ unions, has blamed the subpar performance of older U.S. students on education funding, but…

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…illegal drug usage, medical conditions, or criminal records. Based on data from the Pentagon, a 2009 study conducted by the U.S. Secretary of Education and a team of retired military…

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…about the presence of discrimination.” Claims of systemic racism in other realms, like income and education, suffer from similar flaws in that they ignore key factors that undercut their claims….

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…born in the U.S., and 3% of immigrants from Canada and Europe. On average, people with low education levels have higher poverty rates, receive more welfare, and commit more crimes….

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