ON-Lion Letter

Entries for November 2009

Although the United States military had identified armed groups and irregular warfare as major ongoing challenges, now and in the future, the educatio...

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"In Obama-world, Muslim ideology has nothing to do with terrorism committed by Muslims," according to Andrew C. McCarthy in his new preface to the pap...

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During his first nine months in office, President Barack Obama pursued the most-aggressive government expansionist agenda since Franklin D. Roosevelt'...

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The total number of students using Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP) vouchers to attend participating private, including religious, schools inc...

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President Barack Obama has imprinted his domestic ideology of victimhood onto a therapeutic, Carter-inspired foreign policy, according to Bradley Priz...

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In November, a Pima County, Arizona, judge ruled in favor of Goldwater Institute client Mike Goodman, who filed suit against the City of Tucson under ...

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In mid-November, former U.S. Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey addressed The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies' national lawyers ...

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Here is a tasty paradox:  how did the Leftist legions regroup after history delivered its fatal blow to the Soviet system?  Simple, argues Jean-Franço...

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America can avoid a "jobless recovery" if government simply gets out of the way, implies a new report from the Institute for Justice (IJ) in Arlington...

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In the cover article of its November 23, 2009, issue, National Review magazine lauds the recent work of Bradley Prize recipient Charles Krauthammer.  ...

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