ON-Lion Letter

Entries for February 2016

Oklahoma Wesleyan University president Everett Piper to receive Jeane Jordan Kirkpatrick Award at CPAC
Everett Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville, Okla., will receive the Jeane Jordan Kirkpatrick Award for Academic Freedom ...

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Foundation for Government Accountability reports on <i>The Power of Work:  How Kansas' Welfare Reform is Lifting Americans Out of Poverty</i>
"Too many Americans are trapped in failing welfare programs and the problem is getting worse," begins a February report from The Foundation for Govern...

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Literacy Services of Wisconsin celebrates 50 years with collection of stories in <i>Unlocking Potential</i>
The new book Unlocking Potential:  Literacy Services of Wisconsin Celebrates 50 Years, 1965-2015 brings together the stories of adults who sought...

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Georgetown Law's Center for the Constitution accepting applications for "Originalism Boot Camp" in May
Through lectures by the nation's pre-eminent originalist scholars and litigators, luncheon discussions, and visits to the U.S. Supreme Court, the "Ori...

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Public Interest Legal Foundation applauds denial of injunction against citizenship verification
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) in Plainfield, Ind., applauded a February decision of the U.S. District Court in the District of Colu...

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Lawrence M. Mead delivers Bradley Lecture at AEI on "Burdens of freedom:  Why America leads"
Many question whether the United States can continue to lead the world, given the growth of rivals in Asia such as China and India.  Observers, h...

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SUNY Brockport revises speech codes, earns FIRE's highest free-speech rating
In February, the State University of New York College at Brockport (SUNY Brockport) revised its speech codes, earning it the highest, "green-light" ra...

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Agreeing with WILL, judge says if Milwaukee wants a streetcar, it must pay for it itself
In February, a Milwaukee County, Wis., judge ruled that area utility ratepayers cannot be forced to bear the burden of relocation costs associated wit...

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules artificial charter-school enrollment cap unconstitutional
Rebuffing Philadelphia's School Reform Commission (SRC) in ignoring the letter of the law governing the state's charter schools, the Pennsylvania Supr...

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MEMRI's Alberto M. Fernandez testifies to Congress about future of ISIS-inspired attacks after San Bernardino
"The San Bernardino attack and the one thousand open investigations on alleged ISIS members inside the United States are ample testimony to the enduri...

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