ON-Lion Letter

Entries for December 2007

Swiss-born Muslim intellectual and activist Tariq Ramadan is Europe's most-quoted and circulated writer on Islam.  He is the grandson of Hassan al-Ban...

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The future of nonprofit groups in China is unclear, according to the December 2007 edition of Organization Trends, published by the Capital Research C...

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Only two percent of Wisconsin residents believe they can trust state government to do what is right almost all the time, according to The Wisconsin Ci...

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In a revised and updated version of Encounter Books' Mexifornia:  A State of Becoming, Victor Davis Hanson locates the cause of our immigration quagmi...

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On January 18, 2008, "Body Worlds:  The Original Exhibition of Real Human Bodies," will open at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM).  Created by Dr. Gun...

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In a letter to the editor of The Weekly Standard, printed in its December 24 issue, Philanthropy Roundtable president Adam Meyerson defends the value ...

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Lawsuits challenging the adequacy of various school-financing mechanisms have been filed in a majority of states, but little good evidence about their...

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Cautioning that economic growth may soon slow to a standstill, Bradley Prize recipient Martin Feldstein called for a two-part, national economic strat...

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A December policy brief from the Goldwater Institute in Phoenix lists 39 race-preferential programs at the state, local, and university levels in Ariz...

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The magnificent dome of the Basilica of St. Josephat in Milwaukee will ring with music both old and new at 8 p.m. on Saturday, December 15, as the cit...

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