This week we discuss fresh approaches to education funding like allowing the money to follow the child, thereby empowering parents to pick the best education solution for their kids while also driving down costs for taxpayers. Win-win! After all, why should taxpayers be forced to continue to fund things that fail to deliver anything close to what is promised?
Happy New Year! Manch Talk is back with a bang! Red flag laws that lack due process (and why that matters), bad votes by Dems on the first day back in session, and more.
This week on Manch Talk, it’s ‘Festivus for the Rest of Us’! Or maybe, the ‘Best of Us’?!? In today’s episode, we do a little “Airing of Grievances.” Watch to see with whom we “have a lot of problems with you people!” Can you guess who made the list?
What am I doing? Watch the video to find out! Also in this episode: Government? There’s an app for that!
This week, we discuss how Democrats, led by Lou D’Allesandro, tabled $46 MILLION bucks in federal grant money for NH charter schools out of… Why? What could possibly motivate them to do such a thing? Watch to find out what we think, and repeat after me: “My Education, my choice!”
In today’s episode, we discuss the legal battle that developed regarding the School Charter Commission (see background HERE), and I get a little feisty about the violent attack by a police officer on a Keene High School student last week. HERE’s more on what I think about this level of violence being condoned in our schools. I also cover this topic in this week’s Told You So podcast, which drops tomorrow.
On this week’s Manch Talk, we are joined by Ward 11 School Board candidate, Brittany Le Clear Ping. She’s a GREAT option, so take a gander!