Abolish the Department of Education

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8 responses to “Abolish the Department of Education

  1. not so anonymous

    You are up early…

  2. The Word

    Here is an excerpt from Cato, the leading libertarian / conservative think tank:

    “Congress should

    * eliminate the Departments of Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, and Veterans Affairs;

    * close down major independent agencies such as NASA, the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Small Business Administration, the Corporation for National and Community Service, the Legal Services Corporation, and the Appalachian Regional Commission; and

    * terminate obscure independent agencies like the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the Japan-United States Friendship Commission, the Marine Mammal Commission, the National Education Goals Panel, the State Justice Institute, and the U.S. Institute of Peace.”

    That would be a good start.

  3. just_looking

    Why can’t Cato field successful candidates for office?

  4. Anonymous

    Eliminate the Department of Education, Department of Labor, Department of Health and Human Services.

    Reduce by minimum of 75 percent, Department of Interior, Department of Agriculture, Department of Transportation, Department of Energy.

    Reduce the Congressional operating budget by 75 percent.

    Combine CIA and NSA.

    Eliminate BATFE, roll the few competents into the FBI, and put the rest out on the street.

    Legalize marijuana and redeploy the DEA to southern border protection and deportation of illegals.

    Automatically, put every Congress member, every Congressional senior staffer, every federal judge, every Cabinet member, the President, the VP, the head of every government administrative agency, EPA, SEC, etc. into a separate higher bracket for at 125 percent of the highest bracket for private citizens.

    Then on day 2 …..

  5. greenmtnpunter

    And put a big clamp on the EPA, a runaway regulatory agency which has created an autocratic, unaccountable, bureaucratic sub-government nightmare for American business and private citizens alike.