Education plays a vital role in the development of people and communities. It encourages social engagement. It fosters economic development. And it helps students to realize their personal potential. Bureaucratic and political systems are not the best way to meet each student’s educational needs. They do not provide environments that address learning diversity. They do not support innovative teachers or instruction.
Allowing choice in education opens paths to academic success. The right learning environment prepares students for new challenges. It allows students to find a place to excel. It rewards innovative, engaged teachers.
These are some of the shared goals of the Libertarians running for N.C. General Assembly in Wake.
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Kevin Terrett is the new 2022 Libertarian candidate for state House District 41, the Wake County Libertarian Party announced today. He replaces Travis Groo, who’s moving out of the district.
by Dee Watson
Libertarian for NC Senate 16
The politicians who argue that Medicaid expansion is “a no-brainer” and will cost nothing either are ignorant of the actual ramifications or deliberately ignore them.
These politicians don’t want to admit the possibility that some people will lose their subsidy on the health exchange, that families may lose their homes to repay expenses, or that millionaires may receive Medicaid.
For people 55 and older, Medicaid is not free health insurance. It’s a loan. In some cases, it has aspects of a predatory loan. Most people don’t know this. Politicians ignore this provision, but it’s disingenuous even to discuss expansion until people understand Medicaid Recovery.