ON-Lion Letter
Bradley Prize recipient Nicholas Eberstadt examines collapse of work among America's men
By one reading, things look pretty good for Americans today:  the country is richer than ever before and the unemployment rate is down by half si...

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#ShesConservative campaign shatters stereotypes about what young women believe today
The new #ShesConservative campaign shatters stereotypes about what young women believe today.  It is time for conservative women to stop hiding t...

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Hudson Institute's Nina Shea briefs Pope Francis on anti-Christian genocide
In late August, Nina Shea briefed Pope Francis in Rome during a conference of policymakers from around the world to develop strategies to fight anti-C...

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Manhattan Institute's Aaron M. Renn tells how four big metros power Texas economy in special <i>City Journal</i> issue
"Texas's spectacular growth is largely a story of its cities -- especially of Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio," begins an article ...

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American Veterans Center, a project of the American Studies Center, honors Andrew J. Krepinevich, Jr. for service and scholarship
In September, the American Veterans Center (AVC), a project of the American Studies Center, honored Dr. Andrew J. Krepinevich, Jr. with its Ninth Annu...

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300+ Strong restores hope in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood
In September, hundreds of Milwaukeeans gathered in Sherman Park for the Second Annual 300+ Strong Rally to promote nonviolence and the strengthening o...

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Nebraska's tax code is 50 years old, and it shows, according to Tax Foundation
Fifty years ago, Nebraskan lawmakers overhauled the state's tax code, bringing the state's finances into the 20th century.  Since then, however, ...

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More than two-thirds of top U.S. colleges fail to require history majors to take course on U.S. history, ACTA finds
Less than one-third of the colleges and universities in the United States annually ranked as the country's best schools require students pursuing a de...

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Cato Institute's 34th Annual Monetary Conference in November to address "Central Banks and Financial Turmoil"
On November 17, the Cato Institute's Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives (CMFA) will hold the 34th Annual Monetary Conference, "Central Ban...

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UWM Research Foundation announces new Catalyst Grant recipients
In September, the UWM Research Foundation announced that it has awarded Catalyst Grant funding to six new research projects at the University of Wisco...

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