ON-Lion Letter

Entries for May 2016

For <i>Current Trends in Islamist Ideology</i>, Nibras Kazimi examines Saudi Arabia's "Islamic Alliance"
"Saudi Arabia's announcement of the formation of an 'Islamic Alliance' to combat terrorism in mid-December 2015 incurred the concern of Abu Bakr al-Ba...

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Renowned a capella group <i>Take 6</i> to perform at Bradley Prizes ceremony at Kennedy Center
The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee has announced that the acclaimed a capella group Take 6 will perform at the 2016 Bradley Prizes ce...

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American Veterans Center's National Memorial Day Parade on Constitution Avenue salutes fallen heroes from American Revolution through Afghanistan and Iraq
On Memorial Day -- Monday, May 30 -- along Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., the American Veterans Center's (AVC's) National Memorial Day Parad...

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AEI study examines school-choice laws in relation to parental empowerment
For A Survey of Parental Rights and Responsibilities in School Choice Laws, new from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Wa...

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Walnut Way Conservation Corporation wins 19th annual Mayor's Design Award
In May, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett honored phase one of the Walnut Way Conservation Corporation's Innovation and Wellness Commons with a Mayor's...

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George F. Will to emcee 2016 Bradley Prizes gala
The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee has announced that Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George F. Will will s...

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Fund for American Studies announces winners of 23rd annual Robert Novak Journalism Fellowships
The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) announced six winners of its 23rd annual Robert Novak Journalism Fellowships during a gala evening at the Nationa...

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Poor Americans are better off with work rules for welfare, FGA's Tarren Bragdon tells Congress
Thanks to work requirements, poor Americans on welfare have seen their incomes more than double, according to two groundbreaking studies of Kansas and...

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Nevada's ESA program ruled constitutional in one of two legal challenges
In May, a Nevada state trial-court judge dismissed one of two lawsuits that seek to dismantle Nevada's groundbreaking Education Savings Account (ESA) ...

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Wisconsin Academic Decathlon state champions win Division II title at USAD national competition
Last month, the Wisconsin Academic Decathlon (WIAD) state champions from Wilmot Union High School placed first among the Division II teams at the 2016...

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