ON-Lion Letter

Entries for February 2008

Principals are increasingly being held accountable for the academic performance of students in their schools.  But are teacher labor agreements giving...

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Whenever government seeks to impose a regulatory burden on a church or religious organization in America, issues of church autonomy arise.  The burden...

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Alan Charles Kors was presented the Jeane Jordan Kirkpatrick Academic Freedom Award during the Ronald Reagan Banquet at February 2008's 35th annual Co...

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From Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth to nightly jeremiads in the media about CO2 emissions and "carbon footprints," we are constantly bombarded with a...

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The "mainstream media" is in crisis.  Along with its circulation and viewership, its very authority is declining.  In Encounter Books' new Media Madne...

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It was 1993, and Andrew C. McCarthy was in the federal government's "war room," set up to take on radical Islam. "Just a few blocks away, not ...

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In his new book, Economic Facts and Fallacies, Bradley Prize recipient Thomas Sowell writes about the fundamental ideas that people most commonly get ...

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In the face of two letters from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) in Philadelphia and vocal student opposition, the University ...

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The Sand County Foundation (SCF) in Madison, Wis., is co-sponsoring a lecture by Terry Anderson on whether water markets work and related issues on Tu...

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"Today, millions of American students are benefiting from policies that enable parental choice in education," according to a January paper from The He...

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