CALIFORNIA COURT DECISION COULD TOSS BAD TEACHERS

CALIFORNIA COURT DECISION COULD TOSS BAD TEACHERS

A sweeping decision by a Los Angeles Superior Court opens the door for parents and students to shake up the failing California educational system and the tenure system. In a nutshell, nine Los Angeles students claimed that their education was sub-standard because the state’s tenure system doesn’t allow districts to get rid of poor teachers. The court agreed. In this New York Daily News Article, the writer explains the breadth of the ruling and its implications, which could allow for parents and students in other …

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CALIFORNIA COURT DECISION COULD TOSS BAD TEACHERS

CALIFORNIA COURT DECISION COULD TOSS BAD TEACHERS

A sweeping decision by a Los Angeles Superior Court opens the door for parents and students to shake up the failing California educational system and the tenure system. In a nutshell, nine Los Angeles students claimed that their education was sub-standard because the state’s tenure system doesn’t allow districts to get rid of poor teachers. The court agreed. In this New York Daily News Article, the writer explains the breadth of the ruling and its implications, which could allow for parents and students in other …

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AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE PARTY RELEASES LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE PARTY RELEASES LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

Contact: Kirk Spears
Email: chairman@amconparty.org
Phone: 888-227-8501
Website: americanconservativeparty.com

1900 Campus Commons Dr. Suite 100
Reston, VA 20191

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PRESS RELEASE

June. 4, 2014

For immediate release

AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE PARTY RELEASES LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

Agenda focuses on substantive reductions in size and scope of the Federal Government

Reston, VA – The American Conservative Party (ACP), an affiliation of grassroots voters across the United States, has released its legislative agenda this week. The Party seeks to limit the role of the Federal Government in a myriad of ways.

As detailed on its website: americanconservativeparty.com, the ACP’s legislative agenda seeks to:

…require …

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SCHOOL BOARD REP SUPPORTS ELIMINATION OF DEPT. OF ED

SCHOOL BOARD REP SUPPORTS ELIMINATION OF DEPT. OF ED

The Leesburg representative to the Loudoun County School Board in a letter endorsing Bob Marshall for Congress, agrees with Marshall on the elimination of the U.S. Dept of Education. The Department of Education (from the Loudoun Times Mirror article):

“…which operates on a $67 billion budget, establishes educational policy and administers and coordinates most federal assistance to education. According to the department’s website, its elementary and secondary programs serve nearly 16,900 school districts and approximately 50 million students attending more than 98,000 public schools and …

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ACP SEEKS TO ELIMINATE THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Contact: Butch Porter, Secretary
Phone: 703-728-8402
Email: wdporter at gmail dot com
Website: educationchoice.org; americanconservativeparty.com
1900 Campus Commons Dr. Suite 100
Reston, VA 20191

PRESS RELEASE

Dec. 4, 2013

For immediate release

CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL PARTY SEEKS TO ABOLISH DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Sweeping changes urged for nation’s schools

Reston, VA – The American Conservative Party, a grassroots affliliation of voters from across the United States, has launched an internet-based campaign calling for local control of schools and an end to the federal Department of Education.

On its newest website, educationchoice.org, the ACP’s introduces its Principles of Education Reform, …

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VCP ENDORSES CUCCINELLI, JACKSON, AND OBENSHAIN

VCP ENDORSES CUCCINELLI, JACKSON, AND OBENSHAIN

Virginia Conservative Party
Contact: Gary Adkins
Phone: (540) 379-2987
e-mail: chairman@virginiaconservativeparty.org

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THE VIRGINIA CONSERVATIVE PARTY ENDORSES – CUCCINELLI, JACKSON, AND OBENSHAIN

Reston, VA (October 17, 2013) —The Virginia Conservative Party, is pleased to announce its endorsement of a trio of exceptional candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General of Virginia. As conservatives, we seek out and support candidates committed to limited government; personal and fiscal responsibility; honesty and integrity. After careful scrutiny of the field of candidates for these important state-wide offices, we are convinced that Ken …

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VCP TO VA DELEGATION: “DO YOUR JOB!”

VCP TO VA DELEGATION: “DO YOUR JOB!”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 16, 2013
Contact: Gary Adkins, VCP Chairman
Email: gary_adkins@cox.net
Phone: 540-372-3955

The Chairman of the Virginia Conservative Party, Virginia Affiliate of the ACP, sent a note out to the Virginia Congressional delegation with a very simple admonition to do the job that they swore an oath to do. An excerpt:

Today, we stand on the bank of the proverbial Rubicon. If together, we can remain strong and unified, we can save this Republic; failing that, it will surely fall at the hands of the enemy within. …

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THE ACP LAUNCHES SUSTAINLIBERTY.US

THE ACP LAUNCHES SUSTAINLIBERTY.US

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sept. 4, 2013
Contact: info@amconparty.org
Phone: 888-227-8501

Starting in September, the American Conservative Party, in its …

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THE ACP SUPPORTS THE DEFENSE OF ENVIRONMENT AND PROPERTY ACT

THE ACP SUPPORTS THE DEFENSE OF ENVIRONMENT AND PROPERTY ACT

The American Conservative Party, as a part of its effort to preserve property rights in the United States, and limit the gross overreach of the Federal Government in the affairs of the States and individuals, support S. 890, The Defense of Environment and Property Act, sponsored by Sen. Rand Paul (KY):

S. 890: A bill to clarify the definition of navigable waters, and for other purposes.

Since original iteration of the “Clean Water Act” in 1972, there is a long train of abuses by the Federal Government …

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SUPREME COURT SENDS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION CASE TO LOWER COURT

SUPREME COURT SENDS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION CASE TO LOWER COURT

The U.S. Supreme Court avoided a major ruling on affirmative action in college student admissions on Monday, but warned that university policies that take race into account could be more vulnerable to legal challenges in the future.

In a lopsided 7-1 vote that few expected, the justices sent a case about the policy at the University of Texas at Austin back to a lower court for reconsideration.

That means Abigail Fisher, a white woman from suburban Houston, will have a second chance to argue that she was …

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