Parents Fear Union-Backed CRT in Schools, Elina Kaplan Takes a Stand
Today Kaplan heads a nonprofit group, the Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies, that opposes CRT propaganda schemes.
When 18-year-old college freshman Saira Blair is sworn in as a West Virginia House Delegate, she will become America’s youngest elected lawmaker. And, what is Delegate-elect Blair’s most important issue:
I want to get jobs to West Virginia and one of the biggest ways to do that would be making West Virginia a Right to Work state.
Blair is tapped into the youth culture and she knows that unemployed high school and college grads want jobs and their own piece of the American Dream that was once embraced by most Americans. College students for the most part are not taking out college loans so that one day they can find a job where they will be compelled to pay some unknown union boss just get and keep a job.
America’s youth embrace freedom and opportunity that Right to Work protects. West Virginia’s Saira Blair is certainly a politician to keep your eyes on.
Three companies that are investing in Right to Work Tennessee are Shinhung Global, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and USAntibiotics.
NRTWLDF just filed an amicus brief defending the legality of a state law that protects the First Amendment right of West Virginia public employees to refrain from funding a union.