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Education2022-01-24T09:57:28-07:00

The NYT Wrong on Court

January 16, 2023|Supreme Court|

The Warren Court New York Times Misfire With High Court Piece By Seamus Brennan - January 5, 2023 For decades, left-wing activists cemented their power in the public square by treating the U.S. judiciary as a [...]

Den of Thieves

January 5, 2023|Debt|

By Judd Garrett - December 24, 2022 On Wednesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky gave a speech to a joint session of Congress demanding that we give him more money on top of the $50 billion we have already [...]

School Choice

January 4, 2023|Education|

  WSJ – 12/24/2022 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR The Evidence on School Choice in Rural Areas 269 words Several red states appear poised to adopt expansive school-choice policies this year, prompting the teachers unions and their allies to [...]

More Energy – Less Reg’s

December 26, 2022|Energy|

The World Needs More Energy and Less Energy Regulation By Connor O'Keeffe – Dec. 10, 2022 Energy is a highly regulated industry across the world. There is less debate about the need for government control when it comes [...]

Conservation vs. Environment

November 21, 2022|Energy|

Conservationism vs. Environmentalism: What Is the Difference? BY BRIAN DAVID CRANE At first glance, the objective of both conservationism and environmentalism appears to be similar: To conserve our planet. Yet how each of these philosophies approach such conservation of [...]

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EV Autos: The Truth

November 10, 2022|Energy|

by Mike Kapic - November 4, 2022 Crony capitalism is driving a phony environmental problem & fake solution for profit and power and the consumer is following it down another rabbit hole. View this one minute trailer and [...]

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