Two Wrongs Don't Make Education Funding Suits Right

The recent attempt by the NH Legislature to fend off an activist Claremont Education Funding ruling by our State Supreme Court did not survive.

Now the rest of the story:

Maybe New Hampshire taxpayers should take a good look at what our Supreme Court did when it invented a "right to an education" in our State Constitution - where no such right has ever existed.

I suggest taxpayers look at the history of these fraudulent court decisions and what the state courts have tried to compel taxpayers to swallow.

This article is a pretty good assessment of the evolution of "equity" suits to "adequacy" suits and the billions of wasted money states threw at education schemes in an effort to comply with activists courts and the education lobby.

http://www.hks.harvard.edu/pepg/PDF/events/BrownConf/PEPG_04-07Lindseth.pdf