Stuff That Isn't True
Forty Myths About American Government
Impeachment: Myths, Facts, and History
More Empty Impeachment Threats from the GOP
Separation of Church and State: Myths and Facts
The Founders Tried to Protect Us from Religious Extremists
National Day of Prayer is Unconstitutional
Voting in America: Myths and Facts
September 22 is National Voter Registration Day
Marriage Equality: Myths and Facts
What the Supreme Court Ruling Means to You
Nonprofit Organizations: Myths and Facts
"Nonprofit" Does Not Mean "No Money"
Juries in America: Myths and Facts
Law and justice often collide.
Labor Unions: Myths and Facts
We Need Them Now, More Than Ever.
Unemployment Compensation: Myths and Facts
The GOP is still trying to set Americans against each other.
State of the Union Address 2015: Myths and Facts
What You'll See is Tradition, Not Law.
Social Policy & Programs Consulting
Training and Services for agencies working toward social and economic justice
The United States Congress: Myths and Facts
Too many Americans don't know what Congress is, or how it works.
Welfare in America: Myths and Facts
Everything you think you know about welfare is wrong.
Food Stamp Program: Myths, Facts, and History
The Food Stamp Program Benefits the US Economy and Creates Jobs
An open letter to Jack Markowitz, Pittsburgh Tribune Review Columnist
Patricia A. O'Malley
Social Policy & Programs Consulting ~ Community Matters
P.O. Box 97803 ~ Pittsburgh, PA 15227 ~ 412-310-4886 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
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American schools do a poor job of preparing students
to participate in life as informed citizens.
These articles clear up some common confusion.