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From The Statehouse to the Schoolhouse, Volume 209(August 8th, 2021)

The U.S. Supreme Court in the 1947 Emerson v Board of Education Ruled That New Jersey Was Not in Violation of the “Establishment Clause” of the First Amendment by Using Tax Funds to Support Transportation of Private Parochial School Students—the Foot-in-the-Door In the Emerson case, the petitioner argued that it [...]

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From The Statehouse to the Schoolhouse, Volume 207(August 5th, 2021)

Which Institution Has the Greatest Potential for Healing the Nation: Corporate America? State Houses? Congress? Governors? Private Schools? Charter Schools? Non-Tax Supported Private Schools? ECOT? Public Schools Operated by Locally-Elected Boards of Education? The answer to the question posed in the title is obvious. Unless corrupted by nefarious interest groups, boards of [...]

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From The Statehouse to the Schoolhouse, Volume 206(August 5th, 2021)

“The Wall of Separation”: The Origin of the Phrase; What It Means; The Court’s Evolving Interpretation President Thomas Jefferson received a letter regarding religious freedom from the Danbury Baptist Association in Danbury, Connecticut. The Association was concerned that government might make laws that govern “the kingdom of Christ.” In his response, Jefferson said, [...]

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Clermont County Democratic Party Donkey Club Membership

The Clermont County Democratic Party strives to elect Democratic candidates and promote Democratic issues. We are committed to social and economic justice, environmental stewardship, and effective government in our county and beyond. By joining the Clermont County Donkey Club you are contributing to raising awareness of our party and its core beliefs. Through meetings, forums, trainings, social events, and community service, we are strengthening our community and creating a more balanced electorate.

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