ON-Lion Letter

Entries for February 2011

"When the Federal Reserve was created in 1913, Congress did not give it a monetary policy goal as we understand that term today," begins a February an...

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"[T]oday's pressing question for Egypt is what steps the new military rulers should take," according to Bradley Prize recipient and former United Stat...

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When the United Nations was founded more than 60 years ago, it embodied our hope for a safer, more peaceful world.  But as reports of human-rights vio...

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"Media coverage of the public-employee union demonstrations currently taking place in Wisconsin show aggrieved protesters comparing themselves to the ...

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"Taxes and spending receive plenty of public scrutiny, which makes regulation an increasingly attractive option for those who favor greater political ...

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"The global financial crisis and ensuing recession have generated a widespread view that the essence of the so-called Washington Consensus, and with i...

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In February, The Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion in Milwaukee acquired a major painting to its original collection through an anonymous gift.  The wor...

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"Today," begins a February report on Iraq from the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) in Washington, D.C., "the United States' position in Iraq reca...

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The women's movement brought dramatic changes to many aspects of contemporary life.  In her provocative new book Manning Up:  How the Rise of Women Ha...

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The 2009 massive federal stimulus package "was not effective in stimulating the economy," Bradley Prize recipient John Taylor told Congress in Februar...

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