Obama’s Plan to Equalize Educational Opportunities will Render State Governments Obsolete

Wednesday, May 28, 2014
By Paul Martin

Karen Schroeder
May 28, 2014

President Obama’s efforts to push Regional Equity Taxation will control property taxes, limit the development of “greed- filled” suburban communities, render state governments obsolete, undercut state autonomy in education, and create an environment where states are forced to accept federal educational policies — all requirements for successful redistribution of wealth. Nations that redistribute wealth in this manner have destroyed their economies and the educational systems of those nations, leaving poverty and destruction in their wake. Taxation limits a person’s right to private property, a prerequisite for economic development.

Regional equity, state equalization, regional tax-base sharing, and smart growth are terms which stand for a federal process by which tax dollars will be taken from the community that earned them and use them to equalize services, including educational opportunities, in neighboring districts. Myron Orfield wrote The Region And Taxation: School Finance, Cities And The Hope For Regional Reform for Rutgers, which explains that “school districts’ traditional reliance on local property taxes has been effectively lessened by state equalization.” Once people surrender their property rights, protecting educational opportunities becomes more difficult.

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