National Review has a nice, quick profile of Sharron Angle, written after she visited with the magazine's editorial board, one that tells the story of how the GOP's Nevada Senate candidate came to be where she is, not just what she is now that she's there.
One of Angle's less mainstream policy positions is that she wants to do away with the Department of Education. The National Review piece sheds some light on that: her first experience with intrusive government came when a judge told a family they couldn't homeschool their kids. As she tells it, it's shaped her civic involvement since.
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