April 21st, 2021 | 30 mins 22 secs
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How can we help public sector workers exercise their First Amendment rights without fear of coercion from unions?
Americans for Fair Treatment CEO David Osborne returns to the program to show how AFFT's mission has become increasingly important in recent years and solves that very problem.
February 17th, 2021 | 33 mins
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Why school choice? Right now, many Americans are realizing first hand the value of being able to pick where their children go to school, as public schooling institutions still find their doors shut.
With the impact of public teacher's unions being felt first-hand, many families are look for alternatives to the traditional government school monopolies.
Corey DeAngelis is an expert on school choice and joins the program to help sell the value of funding students, not institutions. How does school choice impact the student, families, and teachers? Those questions (and more!) are answered on today's special 200th episode!