ON-Lion Letter

Entries for November 2014

Bradley Prize recipient Yuval Levin featured on Claremont Institute's <i>The American Mind</i>
The Claremont Institute's The American Mind interview series recently featured Bradley Prize recipient Yuval Levin.  Conducted by Claremont Revie...

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Third volume of David Horowitz's <i>Black Book of the American Left</i> covers events from 9/11 to Iraq War
Intellectually provocative and forcefully argued, Volume III of The Black Book of the American Left shows why David Horowitz is the worst enemy of the...

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Cato Institute's John Allison shows how true leaders lead with vision, purpose, and values -- with life and liberty
In his new book The Leadership Crisis and the Free Market Cure:  Why the Future of Business Depends on the Return to Life, Liberty, and the Pursu...

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James Wigderson asks whether Tom Barrett is taking Milwaukee taxpayers for a ride with his streetcar proposal
"Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett has a new scheme worked out to get his fixed-rail streetcar built," begins a November post by commentator James Wigderson...

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Ethics and Public Policy Center's Faith Angle Forum explores cutting-edge issues at intersection of religion and public life
In November, the Ethics and Public Policy Center's (EPPC's) Faith Angle Forum held its semi-annual Conference on Religion, Politics & Public Life ...

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Hoover Institution releases Bradley Prize recipient Fouad Ajami's last book, with historical analysis of and personal perspective on current Middle East struggle
In November, the Hoover Institution Press released In This Arab Time:  The Pursuit of Deliverance, by the late Bradley Prize recipient Fouad Ajam...

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Freedom Foundation's Max Nelsen debates whether Washington State should further raise its minimum wage
In November, labor-policy analyst Max Nelsen of the Freedom Foundation in Olympia, Wash., debated State Rep. Chris Reykdal about whether Washington St...

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Center for Individual Rights lawsuit against mandatory union dues closer to U.S. Supreme Court consideration
In November, a lawsuit filed by the Center for Individual Rights (CIR) in Washington, D.C., challenging compulsory union dues for teachers came a step...

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Helen Smith's Encounter Books paperback <i>Men on Strike</i> explains why men are boycotting marriage and fatherhood
American society has become anti-male.  Men are sensing the backlash and are consciously and unconsciously going "on strike."  They are drop...

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WILL sues to end discrimination by public schools against children with disabilities
Wisconsin's open-enrollment program allows families to enroll their children in a public school outside of the district in which they live.  It i...

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