ON-Lion Letter

Entries for November 2015

Bradley Prize recipient Gen. Jack Keane testifies to Congress about terrorist threat to U.S. from ISIS
"ISIS is part of the multi-generational struggle against radical Islam which will likely dominate the first half of the 21st century similar to the fi...

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Edward L. Glaeser outlines "New Opportunity Agenda" in <i>City Journal</i>’s special 25th-anniversary issue
"[T]he social forces that brought [New York City Mayor Bill] de Blasio to office are real," according to an article by Edward L. Glaeser in the Autumn...

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U.S. Supreme Court to decide if government can force Little Sisters of the Poor to violate their faith by providing contraceptives
In November, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to take up the case of the Little Sisters of the Poor, a group of Catholic nuns facing tens of millions of ...

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Racine school district, families represented by WILL agree on solution to busing impasse
In November, the Racine Unified School District agreed to resolve a busing dispute with families represented by the Wisconsin Institute for Law &...

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Institute for Justice's <i>Enforcing the Constitution</i> tells how judiciary did this past year in fulfilling Constitution’s promise of liberty
The Constitution was written to limit government power, but those limits are meaningless unless judges restrain public officials when they overstep th...

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Kevin D. Williamson’s Encounter Broadside makes case against Donald Trump
Donald Trump, who rocketed to the top of the polls in the early GOP primary race, is an unlikely Republican front-runner:  a longtime supporter o...

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<i>Free to Serve</i> shows how faith-based organizations can protect their religious freedom
What do Hobby Lobby, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Wheaton College, World Vision, the Little Sisters of the Poor, and the University of Notre Dam...

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In John Hay Initiative's <i>Choosing to Lead</i>, Michael Chertoff and Frank Cilluffo outline strategy to address global cyber threat
"The global cyber threat landscape is expanding exponentially, challenging national security officials and corporate executives in the United States a...

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Peter Feaver and Will Inboden, in John Hay Initiative's <i>Choosing to Lead</i>, urge crafting better national-security policymaking process to avoid "paradox of presidential power"
The John Hay Initiative's (JHI's) new book, Choosing to Lead:  American Foreign Policy for a Disordered World, contains "analyses and advice ... ...

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CSBA's Andrew Krepinevich says need for well-crafted defense strategy has never been greater since Cold War's end
"It is my strong belief that the need for a well-crafted U.S. defense strategy has never been greater since the Cold War's end," Andrew F. Krepinevich...

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