Monday, April 16, 2012

Ryan Mauro is Back with Stop Radical

Ryan Mauro is the National Security Analyst for, a project of the Clarion Fund, which produced the blockbuster films, “The Third Jihad,” “Obsession” and “Iranium.” He is also a frequent analyst on FOX News Channel. Mauro founded his personal Web site,, in 2003. He is a consultant to government agencies and an adjunct professor. He’s also a national security writer for Family Security Matters and a strategic analyst with Wikistrat.

His analysis and research has been widely published and is featured at FrontPage Magazine. His work often appears in PJ Media and has been in the peer-reviewed journal, Middle East Quarterly. He has been quoted and cited in multiple books and newspapers, including the New York Times and Reuters. Ryan is a frequent guest on talk radio all over America as well as cable network television. [more...] is releasing a series of stunning reports to show taxpayers exactly how our dollars are being spent in government schools. We repeatedly hear from the education establishment that school coffers are being raided, requiring teachers to be laid off and programs to be cut. We hear schools are on the brink of bankruptcy and are operating on shoe-string budgets.

But local media outlets have long been derelict in telling citizens how the billions of K-12 dollars are really being spent. How can taxpayers determine if schools actually do need more money if no one is tracking where the dollars are going?


In the first of a series of reports, examined the teachers’ contract for Milwaukee Public Schools for the 2010-2011 school year and discovered a slew of expensive provisions. The numbers are shocking. [more...]

Education Action Group Foundation, Inc., a national organization headquartered in Michigan, has a seven-person staff. EAG is a non-partisan non-profit organization with the goal of promoting sensible education reform and exposing those with a vested interest in maintaining the status quo.  Both Kyle Olson, Publisher; Founder & CEO and Steve Gunn, Editor-in-Chief, will be available for interviews.