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Make some time to watch this video.  It’s not short but it’s powerful.  Juan Williams (Fox News contributor and NPR host) guides the viewer through a powerful and factual case for the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship program and rightfully shames the NEA and members of Congress hell-bent on holding children back from their true potential in the name of dues, power, and the perpetuation of the status quo.

It’s one of the best videos I’ve seen on School Choice and Parental Rights.

Click here to watch the video or watch below and tell me what you think:

Cross-posted at Goranson Family Blog

HT: Evangelicals Anonymous & the American Association of Christian Schools

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  1. Powerful video. I have high, high respect for Juan Williams. While I disagree with some of his positions, he is not a partisan and embraces common sense.

    Also the interviews of children and parents was also highly effective. Putting a face to those impacted by this decision is a great tool to sway those who may be on the fence or apathetic. It also takes a big swing at the corrupt lobby of the NEA who care only about themselves and not the kids.

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