ON-Lion Letter

Entries for October 2015

Protect property rights and leave Wisconsin's shoreland zoning changes alone, MacIver Institute's Nick Novak urges
"Anyone that owns a cabin or lives in the beautiful northwoods of Wisconsin knows that there is no place like it on earth," begins an October article ...

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Michael Hayden and Jamil Jaffer call for strong and resolute leadership in addressing international terrorism
"The threat posed by al-Qaeda, ISIS, and other terrorist groups with existing or potential global reach is a multi-generational problem for the United...

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Jason L. Riley's Encounter paperback tells how liberals make it harder for blacks to succeed
Why is it that so many efforts by liberals to lift the black underclass not only fail, but often harm the intended beneficiaries?  In Encounter ...

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In John Hay Initiative's <i>Choosing to Lead</i>, Leland Miller rethinks U.S. economic policy toward China
"American (and other) policymakers have for years debated whether the United States and China are destined to cooperate, compete, or fall to conflict,...

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In Encounter paperback, Joshua Muravchik tells how world turned against Israel
During the Six Day War of 1967, polls showed that Americans favored the Israelis over the Arabs by overwhelming margins.  In Europe, support for ...

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In Encounter book, Michael Novak and Paul Adams say "social justice" isn't what you think it is
What is social justice?  For Friedrich Hayek, it was a mirage -- a meaningless, ideological, incoherent, vacuous cliché.  He believed...

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Sixty percent of NHL players with no-trade clause choose teams in places with lower taxes, study finds
Fifty-four percent of the 116 unrestricted free agents and 60% of players with no-trade clauses who changed teams in the National Hockey League (NHL) ...

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U.S. military needs to change long-range strike capabilities, CSBA's Mark Gunzinger tells Congress
In September testimony before the House Armed Services Committee, Mark Gunzinger of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) in Washi...

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Manhattan Institute report asks if the decline of America's nuclear sector can be stopped
"Today, the United States has 99 nuclear reactors that provide about 20 percent of the country's electricity," according to a September report from th...

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Tax Foundation looks at unequal playing field of state and local business taxes
State and local taxes represent a major cost for businesses, and the tax burden varies greatly between different states and industries.  The wide...

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