The National School Boards Association sent a six-page letter recently to President Biden requesting “federal law enforcement” and other assistance to school board members and education officials in public places.

“Acts of malice, violence, and threats against public school officials have increased, the classification of these heinous actions could be the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes,” advised the letter, which can be found at NSBA.org.

” “There should be safeguards in place to protect public school teachers and dedicated educators as they do their jobs,” said the organization.

The American Principles Project, a Virginia-based non-profit group that “protects the American family in politics”, has rejected the idea.

“Parents do not constitute domestic terrorists. They have every right to be upset at the terrible state of public education in many communities. They are taught biology doesn’t really matter and they can ‘change their gender’. They are taught to judge others by their skin color and to consider the country they inherited as irredeemably racist. Ineffectively or not being taught, subjects they should be learning are too often being taught,” stated Terry Schilling president of the group in a statement shared by Inside the Beltway.

“In an sane world and under a sane President, the Department of Justice might investigate public school officials for complete neglect of duty in properly educating and forming America’s next generation. It is clear that the current administration is not sane. Parents should ignore the latest intimidation attempt and continue to respectfully, vigorously, and actively participate in the political process for their children’s sake. “There is no greater issue that we could be involved,” said Mr. Schilling.

DOING The MATH

A new analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies finds that immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally will receive $8.2 billion annually in cash payments from the new Child Tax Credit, which is part of the stalled budget-reconciliation bill.

” The new program replaces the Additional Child Tax Credit, which paid cash to low income workers who had children. According to the analysis, the new Child Tax Credit (CTC), which drops the work requirement of the old ACTC while substantially increasing the payments, resembles traditional cash welfare.

“Any illegal immigrant who has a U.S-born child can receive cash payments from CTC. This is similar to the old ACTC. Our analysis shows that legal immigrants will receive $17.2 billion from the new CTC. It is sometimes called a “refundable credit”, but it is actually a cash grant for those who don’t pay federal income taxes.” The research revealed.

Research Director Steven Camarota stated in a statement, “Giving much larger cash payments may help alleviate high rates of poverty among immigrant families but it also means any immigrant permitted into the country to fill lower-wage positions potentially has a greater negative impact on taxpayers.” Furthermore, the decision to allow illegal immigrants to access the program is likely encourage more illegal immigration

THE AUCI PRESS

Dr. Anthony Fauci , Chief Medical Advisor to President Biden , suggested recently that families consider reducing their holiday and Christmas gatherings — an idea that didn’t go down well with the public.

A few headlines from the last 48 hours:

“Fauci claims it’s too soon to know if Americans should avoid Christmas gatherings” (CBS News); “Anthony Fauci clarifies Christmas gathering comments, says he will spend the day with his family” (Fox News HTML3_ “Fauci walks away comments about cancelling Christmas after backlash” [Yahoo News]; and “Fauci’s maybe no Christmas’ warning confirms why he has earned the public’s distrust of” (New York Post]

MAGA TWO

Make space in the political arena to add one support entity for former President Donald Trump . Make America Great Again, Again! — Or MAGA, Again! For short, explanation points and all.

This is the only “Trump-approved Super PAC” organizers claim, replacing Make America Great Again Action.

Pam Bondi , Former Florida attorney general will chair MAGA Again! and Kimberly Guilfoyle as the national finance chair.

” We are delighted to continue to support America First Candidates in the midterms, and beyond,” Ms. Bondi stated in a statement.

FOXIFIED

During the week of Sept. 27-Oct. 3, Fox News Channel remained the leading cable news outlet for the 33rd straight week, with an average prime-time audience of 2.3 million viewers. MSNBC garnered 1.2 million, while CNN only managed to attract 613,000.

Across the entire cable-news realm, Fox News aired 77 of the top 100 telecasts for the week. Mornings were especially popular. “Fox & Friends” drew 1.3 million viewers, compared to CNN’s “New Day” (386,000 viewers), and MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” (774,000 viewers).

Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott, president and executive editor Jay Wallace, Fox Corporation COO John Nallen plus “Fox & Friends” co-host Steve Doocy and “Your World” host Neil Cavuto were among longtime employees who gathered Tuesday for Nasdaq’s opening bell ceremony to celebrate the network’s 25th anniversary — which is Thursday.

POLL D’HOME

72% of U.S. adults favor accepting people who worked with the U.S. or Afghan government during the war in that nation; 74% of Republicans, 59% of independents and 76% of Democrats agree.

18% overall neither favor nor oppose accepting them; 14% of Republicans, 31% of independents and 15% of Democrats agree.

9% overall oppose the idea; 11% of Republicans, 9% of independents and 8% of Democrats agree.

42% of U.S. adults favor accepting people who fear living in Afghanistan under Taliban rule; 27% of Republicans, 37% of independents and 57% of Democrats agree.

31% overall neither favor nor oppose accepting them; 35% of Republicans, 41% of independents and 23% of Democrats agree.

26% oppose the idea; 38% of Republicans, 21% of independents and 20% of Democrats agree.

SOURCE: An AP-NORC poll of 1,099 U.S. adults conducted Sept. 23-27 and released Oct. 1.

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