The Democrat-controlled Commission to Study School Funding has issued its final report. There’s no chance that a Republican-controlled government is going to implement the recommendations of this report. (At least, one hopes that’s the case, but as Winnie-the-Pooh would say, you never can tell with Republicans.)
The answer to the question posed in the title is probably yes, but this post is more a call to action. In 2015, we helped expose Cenergistic, a third party taking huge payouts from NH school districts to do fake energy audits. Racism Audits feel like a similar scam, though one with a very progressive purpose.
What are the principles of taxation we should follow? It’s our system we should have a voice, right? Come let us reason together. An appropriate tax system is one raising revenue only the core functions of government require. The fundamental principles of our neutral and effective tax system are: Simplicity: The tax code should be …