ON-Lion Letter

Entries for March 2015

CEI's new EPA e-mail lawsuit challenges administration's transparency claims
In March, the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) in Washington, D.C., filed a lawsuit in federal court against the U.S. Environmental Protection A...

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Bradley Prize recipient Robert L. Woodson, Sr., featured in <i>Comeback</i> series about American redemption
Comeback, a new series of short films, tells the inspiring, true stories of real-life Americans overcoming adversity in our nation's cities and commun...

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<i>The Death of Caesar</i>, by Barry Strauss, sheds new light on fascinating, pivotal moment in world history
Thanks to William Shakespeare, the death of Julius Caesar is the most-famous assassination in history.  But what actually happened on March 15, 4...

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Parents join WILL's lawsuit to stop discrimination by public schools against children with disabilities
In March, on behalf of two additional parents and their disabled children, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) in Milwaukee named Sho...

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Independence Institute's Ben DeGrow lauds Harrison School District 2's system of true performance pay
"Colorado's 2010 educator effectiveness reform has improved the K-12 public school system's capability to distinguish the quality of instruction," beg...

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National Review Institute regional partnership events feature Charles C. W. Cooke, author of <i>The Conservatarian Manifesto</i> on conservatism's future in America
During the next couple of months, the National Review Institute (NRI) in New York City is co-sponsoring regional partnership events in several cities ...

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AEI's Karlyn Bowman asks what "middle class" means to Americans
"Middle-class economics" has been a focal point of President Barack Obama's latest economic proposals.  What does it mean to be middle class?&nbs...

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Manhattan Institute to honor George Kelling, Eva Moskowitz with its Alexander Hamilton Award
In May, the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research will honor George Kelling and Eva Moskowitz with is Alexander Hamilton Award at a celebratory dinn...

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In context of global economic uncertainty, Alamos Alliance XXII conference examines new directions in public policy
Amid global economic uncertainty, intellectual and public-policy discourse seems to have shifted to the topics of income inequality and wealth redistr...

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Milwaukee Public Museum's Summer Camp 2015 registration now open
From The Streets of Old Milwaukee to the polar ice caps, the Milwaukee Public Museum's (MPM's) Summer Camps take children to extraordinary places...

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