ON-Lion Letter
IWF's Carrie L. Lukas calls for economic policies with a focus on job creation in "Women in the Economy" paper
"Each Administration argues that their economic policies will benefit Americans, leading to greater economic opportunity and prosperity," begins an Au...

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Manhattan Institute report finds brain <i>gain</i> in America's shrinking cities
"America's shrinking cities are widely viewed to be suffering from a 'brain drain' -- the flight of highly educated residents to other, more hospitabl...

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Ronald Radosh and Allis Radosh rethink Warren G. Harding
"The last year or so has not been kind to Warren G. Harding, who was the 29th president, from 1921 to 1923," begins an August New York Times op-ed by ...

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Tax Foundation finds economic effects of adopting corporate tax rates of OECD, United Kingdom, and Canada would be quite costly
An August paper from the Tax Foundation in Washington, D.C., "simulates both the economic benefits and budgetary costs of a cut in the corporate incom...

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IJ will defend Nevada school-choice program on behalf of parents
In August, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Nevada filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nevada's Education Savings Account...

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Bradley Prize recipient Robert L. Woodson, Sr., explains how to reach out to minorities
Black Lives Matter protesters have quickly made civil-rights a focal point in the public discourse surrounding one presidential-primary campaign. ...

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ALEC analysts suggest what state governments can do to protect citizens from any economic downturn
Monday, August 24, "was a rough day for global financial markets," according to an article in American Legislator by Will Freeland and Jonathan Willia...

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20 states, Orthodox rabbis, and several orders of nuns ask Supreme Court to take Little Sisters of the Poor's contraceptive-mandate case
In August, 20 states, a group of Orthodox Jewish rabbis, five orders of nuns, the flagship seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention, and many other...

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Nevada private-school enrollment could increase 33% under new school-choice program, Friedman Foundation estimates
A Nevada school-choice program to launch in 2016 will cover the majority of private-school tuition costs for many elementary-, middle-, and high-schoo...

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IHS teams with University of Wisconsin's Donald Downs on Academic Freedom Initiative
The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) at George Mason University is teaming up with University of Wisconsin (UW) political-science professor Donald D...

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