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Entries for March 2015

Arkansas protects hair braiders from irrelevant cosmetology law after IJ suit
With Gov. Asa Hutchinson's signature in March, the "Natural Hair Braiding Protection Act" is now law in Arkansas.  The act exempts hair braiders ...

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Milwaukee Ballet's 2015-16 season to include <i>Dracula</i>, <i>Dorian Gray</i>, <i>Kaleidoscope Eyes</i> mixed program
The Milwaukee Ballet announced its 2015-16 season in March.  After four years away, Dracula returns in October to stake his claim on audiences wi...

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ISW report questions whether U.S. mission in Afghanistan can be achieved in two years
"The success or failure of the U.S. mission in Afghanistan has reached a critical juncture," begins a March report from the Institute for the Study of...

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Hudson Institute's Center for Religious Freedom discusses prospects for Christians in path of persecution
In February, the Islamic State beheaded 21 Coptic Christian men along the Libyan shore.  A graphic video of this event horrified the world. ...

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Fred Siegel's Encounter Books paperback shows how liberalism has undermined middle class
Fred Siegel's The Revolt Against the Masses:  How Liberalism Has Undermined the Middle Class, newly out in paperback from Encounter Books, rewrit...

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Center of the American Experiment symposium urges religious leaders and institutions to speak up and reach out to prevent fragmented families
"In statistical sum, the United States has the highest family fragmentation rates (also known as family breakdown rates) in the industrial world," wri...

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Student group kicked off Cal State Stanislaus campus for religious principles asks to be let back
In March, the Chi Alpha Campus Ministries student group sent a letter to California State University administrators insisting that it allow Chi Alpha'...

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States show little progress in annual charter-school rankings from Center for Education Reform
Of the 42 states and the District of Columbia that have charter-school laws, only one-third earned above-average scores for implementing a strong poli...

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Philanthropy Roundtable guidebook helps donors navigate grantmaking to modify public thinking and policy
Donating money to modify public thinking and government policy has now taken its place next to service-centered giving as a constructive branch of phi...

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<i>The Cage-Busting Teacher</i>, by AEI's Frederick M. Hess, is for educators who want to shape schools and systems
The Cage-Busting Teacher, by Frederick M. Hess, adopts the logic of his previous book Cage-Busting Leadership and applies it to the unique challenges ...

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