ON-Lion Letter

Entries for November 2011

In mid-November, the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) in Philadelphia awarded Bradley Prize recipient Fouad Ajami with its seventh annual Benj...

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A new book by University of Virginia historian Olivier Zunz, Philanthropy in America:  A History, takes an engaging look at the development of philant...

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In an exclusive interview with editor Charles J. Sykes in the November Wisconsin Interest magazine, Justice David Prosser talks frankly of the "somewh...

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In The Responsibility to Protect:  The Promise of Stopping Mass Atrocities in Our Time, new from Oxford University Press, co-editors Jared Genser and ...

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In what we tell ourselves is an age of reason, we are behaving increasingly irrationally.  An astonishing number of people subscribe to celebrity-endo...

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In mid-November, Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) in Philadelphia, visited the University of Wisc...

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The painful performance of the American economy in the past decade is not a function of bad luck.  It is the product of flawed institutional design.  ...

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Following a vast expansion in the 20th Century, government is beginning to creak at the joints under its enormous weight. The signs are clear: a bloat...

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ZEBRADOG, a nationally known creator of spaces that delight, inform, and engage, has installed a spectacular new multimedia exhibit at the Junior Achi...

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With the early-November repeal of Senate Bill 5 by Ohio voters, a collective-bargaining law signed by Gov. John Kasich earlier this year, public-secto...

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