ON-Lion Letter

Entries for December 2011

In December, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced new guidelines that will give union organizers the upper hand over independent-minded...

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In his new sweeping and deeply imagined historical novel The End of Sparta, Bradley Prize recipient and acclaimed classicist Victor Davis Hanson re-cr...

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The American people believe political contributions should be disclosed, but don't actually use the information themselves, they dislike seeing tax do...

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Most of us have had at least one amazing teacher who inspired, influenced, or encouraged us to do better, aim higher, or just be more confident.  Howe...

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The real threat to the United States is not terrorism.  The real threat is Islamism, whose sophisticated forces have collaborated with the American Le...

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In December, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed a law that gradually removes limits on the number and location of university-authorized charter schools ...

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When City of Milwaukee residents received their property tax bills in mid-December, they also received a flyer informing them what portion of their Mi...

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Over the course of nearly a half-century following World War II, America built and enjoyed the most prosperous economy in the history of world.  Today...

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The Foundation for Defense of Democracies' (FDD's) December Washington Forum 2011 policy summit, "Ideology, Power, and Alliances in a Changing Middle ...

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"You've undoubtedly heard a lot of wailing and gnashing of teeth about the publishing industry these last months," Encounter Books publisher Roger Kim...

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