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The Greek philosopher Epictetus said that “only the educated are free,” and Booker T. Washington trusted in “the power and influence” of facts. Just Facts has united both of these truisms in its research on education. Learn about the tangible outcomes and costs of preschool, K-12 education, higher education, and initiatives like Common Core, school choice, and digital learning.

Regardless of whether or not you belong to a union, they can have tangible and pronounced effects on you. Labor unions in private companies and government affect not only workers and managers but also product prices, tax levels, the general economy, and more. Learn how and why in Just Facts’ scrupulously documented trove of union facts.

The topic of energy is incredibly wide-ranging and intricate, but Just Facts has condensed reams of data on oil, solar, natural gas, biofuels, coal, wind, and other energy sources to help you develop practical knowledge about them. This research will empower you to discover the pros and cons of different forms of energy and to understand the effects of energy policies on everyday people.

This research may shock, sadden, or infuriate you, but most importantly, it will equip you with information that you can use to inform yourself and others about the crime of sex trafficking. Knowledge is power, and whether you are a private citizen or law enforcement professional, this knowledge may help you save someone from cruel and unrelenting abuse.

The U.S. tax system is so complicated that federal tax regulations now stretch for nearly 14,000 pages. But even if you studied every word of these, you still wouldn’t learn how taxes truly impact individuals, families, and businesses. For that, you’ll need Just Facts’ cutting-edge research on tax policy. For every major aspect of this issue, you’ll find clear, reliable, and rigorously documented facts here.

How much pollution exists in our air, water, and land—and just how hazardous is it? Answers to these questions often vary across a wide range of extremes; some say there is no cause for concern, while others say we are in or on the verge of an environmental catastrophe. That is why Just Facts has conducted research to help you sort through the hyperbole that permeates this issue.

Healthcare is a deeply personal matter, but it has increasingly become the public’s business by way of numerous laws and regulations. Furthermore, these laws and regulations have transformed healthcare into a complex and divisive issue. Thus, if you want to truly understand this vital subject, you will need a firm foundation of facts, which is exactly what this research provides.

The issue of climate change has become a contentious minefield of claims and counterclaims, but Just Facts has diligently researched and sorted through this muddle to bring you the concrete facts of the matter. This research provides an abundance of credible information that transcends the half-truths that dominate this highly contested topic.

You can slice through the partisan rhetoric that clouds the heated debate about the national debt by consulting Just Facts’ research on this issue. Documented with primary sources such as the U.S. Treasury Department and the Financial Accounting Standards Board, this research provides voters, lawmakers, and policy analysts with data that is critical to understanding this important matter.

Learn how Social Security operates, the state of its fiscal health, the scope of its benefits, the history of its tax increases, and much more through Just Facts’ latest research on this topic. As always, this eye-opening research is accompanied by the comprehensive documentation that separates Just Facts from typical news coverage.

Does increased government control of firearms lead to a more civilized, less violent society; or does it leave law-abiding citizens at the mercy of violent criminals? Is the Second Amendment applicable to citizens or only to the National Guard? Do we need stricter gun control laws or more enforcement of existing laws? Examine this large collection of facts that speak to these important questions.

Abortion - the mere mention of this word stirs passions and controversy, but what are the concrete facts of this issue? What do the scientific disciplines tell us? Where do prominent politicians and organizations stand on this matter? More importantly, what are their records? Just Facts has amassed a wealth of meticulously documented facts to help you answer these questions.

In 2013, the federal government spent 61% of its finances on social programs like housing, education, and retirement benefits. Yet, the father of the Constitution and the primary author of the Declaration of Independence considered such expenditures to be outside the bounds of federal power. Explore striking facts that document what has occurred between then and now.

On this emotionally charged subject where so many people have based their opinions on notions and prejudices, Just Facts has sorted through and challenged hundreds of alleged facts to separate fiction from reality. The result is a list of more than 200 facts that shed broad light on an issue that could be uniting instead of dividing people.

Read the U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and all the other amendments enacted since the birth of the United States. These seminal documents are formatted for easy navigation and contain links to Just Facts’ research on matters of Constitutional import. Moreover, the accompanying research provides vital facts about the scope and purpose of the Constitution.


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