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The King of Stuff emerges from his cocoon to attend the always smart ALEC conference in San Diego. ALEC, or the American Legislative Exchange Council, is America’s largest nonpartisan, voluntary membership organization of state legislators dedicated to the principles of limited government, free markets, and federalism. And boy do we have interviews:
- Winsome Sears, Lt. Gov. Elect of Virginia
- Jose Ramos, Vice President for Government and Community Relations, Wounded Warrior Project
- Jonathan Williams, Chief Economist and Vice President for ALEC’s Center for State Fiscal Reform
- Laura Donahue – Best Friends Animal Society
- Rick Graber, President and CEO of the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation
- Darcie Johnston, Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries
- Stephen Moore, Author, Senior Economist for FreedomWorks, and Founder of the Club For Growth
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Comments as we go along.
School choice. Charter schools still leave the state in charge of education. Do away with all of it. Follow New Zealand. Let parents and teachers run the schools and kids go anywhere they meet standards of the school. Parents control the money, not taxes. To compete for students, schools found they had to fire lousy teachers. They knew who the lousy teachers were.