Electric Cars Exploding After Hurricane Ian

Car Coach Lauren Fix joins Kim to discuss electric vehicles are exploding from water damage after Hurricane Ian. Candidate Interview with Gabe Evans (HD 48).
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Electric Cars Exploding After Hurricane Ian
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Car Coach Lauren Fix joins Kim to discuss electric vehicles are exploding from water damage after Hurricane Ian. Electric vehicles handle water exposure just as well as about any other non-waterproofed electronic device. The chemical fires that result from electric vehicles are especially dangerous. Listen to the full interview in the first hour.

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Candidate Interview with Gabe Evans

Gabe Evans is running for House District 48. Evans joins Kim to explain why he is running for office. Listen to the full interview in the first hour. Go here to learn more about his campaign.

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  1. Corey is incorrect that AZ homeschoolers can use the school choice funds. Families using school choice funds are in a separate classification and instructed NOT to register as homeschoolers. “Public school at home” is a different animal than homeschooling.
    Why was Corey listed as an expert with UNESCO’s Inclusive Policy Lab- focused on pushing CRT and UN Agenda 2030? Why did Corey never respond to questions on social media about that position?
    UNESCO has published a white paper on their plan to standardize ALL students via the public private partnership of School Choice Funding.
    UNESCO certainly isn’t working for parental values.
    Corey mentioned that no one has made people take the money. Isn’t it interesting he mentioned that? It feels like when Dems signal what they are about to do by accusing someone else of their intention, or talk about a subject no one mentioned and later it happens. But now that we’re talking about it, consider education looking like Medicare. It isn’t such a wild idea.
    In Alberta, Canada, didn’t make people take the money. But they did institute the same restrictions on homeschoolers even when they did NOT take the money.
    There are all kinds of ways to restrict freedom. That is no reason to open the gate to the Trojan horse of school choice.

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  1. Corey is incorrect that AZ homeschoolers can use the school choice funds. Families using school choice funds are in a separate classification and instructed NOT to register as homeschoolers. “Public school at home” is a different animal than homeschooling.
    Why was Corey listed as an expert with UNESCO’s Inclusive Policy Lab- focused on pushing CRT and UN Agenda 2030? Why did Corey never respond to questions on social media about that position?
    UNESCO has published a white paper on their plan to standardize ALL students via the public private partnership of School Choice Funding.
    UNESCO certainly isn’t working for parental values.
    Corey mentioned that no one has made people take the money. Isn’t it interesting he mentioned that? It feels like when Dems signal what they are about to do by accusing someone else of their intention, or talk about a subject no one mentioned and later it happens. But now that we’re talking about it, consider education looking like Medicare. It isn’t such a wild idea.
    In Alberta, Canada, didn’t make people take the money. But they did institute the same restrictions on homeschoolers even when they did NOT take the money.
    There are all kinds of ways to restrict freedom. That is no reason to open the gate to the Trojan horse of school choice.

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Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

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