- According to California law and court decisions, if the percentage of white students in a California school exceeds 30% that school must see a reduction in the amount of government aid it receives to educate its kids.
- When this happens, it usually results in the reduction in the number of teachers in that school who dares to have more than 30% of white kids and larger classes, likely resulting in lower learning results just because some kids are white.
- In theory, this nonsense was supposed to get more taxpayer money to non-white students which is as racists as it sounds.
- The latest instance of this atrocity happened to the Walter Reed Middle School in Los Angeles, California.
- This school dared to have over 30% of its students be white which means cuts to its budget.
- The great irony in this case is that the majority of kids at Walter Reed Middle School are minority Hispanic which means that minority students will see a cut in the number of teachers available to them and larger classes which will likely weaken their instruction, the exact opposite of what the policy was supposed to do.
- According to reporting by the U.K.’s Daily Mail newspaper, using U.S. Census data, 21,300 people moved out of Cook County, a county that includes the city of Chicago, in a recent single year.
- The Chicago Tribune also recently reported that just in 2016, 37,508 Illinois residents departed the state just for Texas, Florida, and Arizona.
- Illinois as a state has lost more residents in the past three years than every other state.
- The state’s population is the lowest it has been in 10 years despite the overall national population growth rate being positive.
- Which should not surprise anyone since there were 760 homicides in Chicago just in 2016, the highest number of murders in more than 20 years.
- Judges’ only job is to rule on legalisms, is a law legal relative to the Constitution or is an action legal relative to a law that Congress has passed.
- A judge’s job does not involve whether or not a law applies to “real lives,” that is the job of the executive and Congressional branches, theoretically acting in accordance with the will of the people who elected them.
- If a law is bad for “real lives,” it is the job of Congress to change it based on input from society, it is not the job of judges to unilaterally do so based on their own values and perceptions.
It is also available online at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Please pass our message of freedom onward. Let your friends and family know about our websites and blogs, ask your library to carry the book, and respect freedom for both yourselves and others everyday.
Please visit the following sites for freedom: