February 22, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Tag: Wall Street Journal

Blue Valley substitute teacher laments decline in academic emphasis

Amid a growing chorus of parents expressing concerns about academic declines and exposing children to objectionable gender and race indoctrination…

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Ohio mom prevails in free speech case over local school board

An Ohio mother filed a free speech lawsuit in federal court against her school board after being ordered to “zip…

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Wyandotte legislators silent on minority education gaps

White students are more than twice as likely to be on track as Black students in Wyandotte County according to…

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Huge middle-income cost hike in Biden’s childcare scheme

One of the provisions in President Biden’s Build Back Better plan professes to make childcare more affordable, but an opinion…

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WSJ: $1.9 trillion COVID bill pays Kansans more to stay home

The $1.9 trillion “Covid-relief package” currently wending its way through Congress, could see Kansans paid considerably more to stay home…

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Microschools could offer solutions to frustrated parents

Parents frustrated by COVID school closures may soon be able to enroll students in neighborhood microschools in Kansas, according to…

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COVID survival rate up to 98.9% in Kansas

Data from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment shows the COVID survival rate reached a new high of 98.9%…

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Wall Street Journal: Kansas Democrats’ COVID chart masks the truth

An opinion column in today’s Wall Street Journal by Allysia Finley, a member of their editorial board, says Kansas health…

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Wall Street Journal Exposes Likely Fraud at the Heart of 2015 MU Campus Protests

Reporter Jillian Kay Melchior of the Wall Street Journal took it upon herself in 2018 to do what local media…

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Newsflash: WSJ Strives for Wall between News, Editorial

The Wall Street Journal editors edited “selective criticism” of President Trump out of its coverage of a political rally in Phoenix.…

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Wall Street Journal Comes Close on Kansas Politics

While it’s frustratingly apparent that most in the mainstream media have only seen Kansas via an airplane window, there’s one…

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