ON-Lion Letter

Entries for September 2009

In late September, Edo de Waart began his first season as music director of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra (MSO) at the Marcus Center for the Perfor...

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In September, the Alliance for Worker Freedom (AWF) in Washington, D.C., released a short paper on mandatory binding arbitration.  The paper briefly a...

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This year marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.  A major advance in humanity's struggle for freedom, the collapse of communism ha...

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Irving Kristol, who passed away in September, is widely considered to be the founder of American neoconservatism.  He was the managing editor of Comme...

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A new exhibition at the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM), Andy Warhol:  The Last Decade, is the first in a U.S. museum to explore the work that this seminal...

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Witherspoon Institute senior fellow Harold James examines the vulnerability and fragility of processes of globalization, both historically and in the ...

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In September, the U.S. Supreme Court reheard oral arguments in the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (FEC) case about whether government ...

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"National Affairs is a new quarterly journal that aspires to help Americans think a little more clearly about the challenges of governing ourselves," ...

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Robust financial markets support capitalism, they don’t imperil it.  But in 2008, Washington policymakers were compelled to replace private risk-taker...

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The discipline of economics is not what it used to be.  During the last few decades, economists have begun a revolutionary reorientation in how we loo...

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