ON-Lion Letter

Entries for November 2008

The Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP) has saved Wisconsin taxpayers an estimated $180 million since 1994, according to an article by University...

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Many diagnostic tools are available to extract useful medical information from blood -- biomolecules such as proteins and DNA.  These tools, however, ...

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In an important step for New Orleans families, Louisiana's new Student Scholarships for Educational Excellence Program is off to a strong start.  Give...

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Most people, including college graduates, are civically illiterate and elected officials know even less than most citizens about civic topics such as ...

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In November, the Tax Foundation in Washington, D.C., presented its Distinguished Service Awards to Republican Rep. Jim McCrery for his promotion of be...

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Fifty percent of Americans and 47% of Europeans think immigration is more of a problem than an opportunity, according to a Transatlantic Trends public...

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In November, the Pacific Research Institute (PRI) in San Francisco released The Top Ten Myths of American Health Care:  A Citizen's Guide, the latest ...

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President George W. Bush vowed to support efforts to bring stability and transparency to the financial system in a mid-November speech in New York Cit...

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The American founders said that all men are created equal and are endowed with certain unalienable rights -- that among these are life, liberty and th...

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Across Washington State, children with special needs are offered special-education services to help them achieve educational success.  And, just as th...

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