ON-Lion Letter

Entries for May 2016

Sand County Foundation's "Innovations on the Land" symposium to exchange ideas about conservation on private lands
The majority of the land in the United States is privately owned, so America's farmers, ranchers, and foresters are critical to the health of natural ...

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<i>For God and Profit</i>, by Acton Institute's Samuel Gregg, tells how banking and finance can serve common good
From Christianity's very beginning, it has had a difficult relationship with the world of money.  Through developing sophisticated understandings...

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Real cumulative cost of regulation totaled $4 trillion from 1980 to 2012, Mercatus Center finds
The impact of regulation on economic growth has been widely studied, but most research has focused on a narrow set of regulations, industries, or both...

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University of Chicago reforms all speech codes, earns FIRE's highest free-speech rating
In April, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) in Philadelphia announced the latest university to earn its highest, "green-light" ...

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Bradley Prize recipient Heather Mac Donald's forthcoming Encounter book, <i>The War on Cops</i>, argues attack on law and order makes everyone less safe
Violent crime has been rising sharply in many American cities after two decades of decline.  Homicides jumped nearly 17% in 2015 in the largest 5...

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For Room to Grow Series, EPPC's James C. Capretta constructs a conservative framework for the federal budget
The size and scope of the federal government has grown steadily in the last half-century, with the expansion of spending and new federal programs. &nb...

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Represented by WILL, John McAdams sues Marquette University
In May, represented by the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) in Milwaukee, Marquette University professor John McAdams filed a lawsuit ...

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