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Who is the Governor truly representing: the special interests who support him politically or the inner city children of limited means who are still trapped in a subpar public school system?
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Why are gun owners so much safer from government intervention in the more rural counties? D., senior fellow with the Cato Institute, discusses two of his articles: “If You Want Real ‘Social Justice,’ Support Free Markets and Small Government”; and “Obama’s Technically Not a Socialist but He Won’t Like How Thomas Sowell Describes His Philosophy.” Daniel J.
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