ON-Lion Letter

Entries for February 2015

Institute for Justice helps secure victory for diabetic diet-advice blogger in free-speech fight in North Carolina
In February, the North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition voted to adopt new guidelines allowing people to give ordinary diet advice without a gove...

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Spring book sale to benefit Milwaukee Public Library
On March 7, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Milwaukee Public Library will hold its annual spring book sale.  The Central Library's community room will...

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Manhattan Institute's Mark Mills recommends decentralizing federal support and stimulating market solutions for basic scientific research
"In the modern era, basic scientific research -- a 'public good,' often involving the pursuit of knowledge for its own sake -- has been foundational t...

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Bradley Prize recipient Yuval Levin of EPPC overviews an economic-mobility reform agenda in <i>Commentary</i>
"We Americans have always prided ourselves on the extraordinary degree of mobility this country has long made possible for our citizens -- the idea th...

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Heritage Foundation's inaugural <i>Index of U.S. Military Strength</i> concludes that country's military posture is "marginal"
"The United States maintains a military force primarily to protect the homeland from attack and to protect its interests abroad," begins the new 2015 ...

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No need to declare war against our current enemy, according to Max Boot
Congress is now debating President Barack Obama's "proposed Authorization for the Use of Limited Military Force to fight the Islamic State of Iraq and...

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Wisconsin Forensic Coaches' Association 2015 State Tournament to be held at Ripon College in April
The Wisconsin Forensic Coaches' Association's (WFCA's) annual State Tournament will be held on April 11, 2015, at Ripon College in Ripon, Wis.  S...

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Randy Boyagoda's biography of Richard John Neuhaus examines multi-faceted life, reveals what made him tick and why
Richard John Neuhaus (1936-2009) was one of the most-influential figures in American public life from the Civil Rights era to the War on Terror. ...

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Transatlantic Academy's <i>State of the Transatlantic World</i> contains many questions for Western leadership
In February, the Transatlantic Academy in Washington, D.C., is releasing the second edition of its State of the Transatlantic World.  As with las...

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Applications for Institute for Educational Advancement's Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship program due April 21
The Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA) in Pasadena, Calif., operates the Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship program -- which offers the only mer...

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