ON-Lion Letter

Entries for September 2011

Earlier this year, Wisconsin passed a law requiring public employees, including public-school teachers and administrators, to contribute 5.8% of their...

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The intellectual and political elite of the West is nowadays taking for granted that religion, in particular Christianity, is a cultural vestige, a pr...

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The Transatlantic Academy has announced the arrival of its fourth group of fellows, who will spend the next nine months studying "The Competition for ...

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From September 2011 through January 2012, the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) celebrates the 10th anniversary of its iconic building, the Quadracci Pavilio...

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Anti-eminent-domain heroine Susette Kelo will soon join the likes of Erin Brockovich and Norma Rae in seeing her real-world drama turned into a mainst...

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"Americans believe that bold action to restrict spending is necessary to stabilize the finances of state government," Douglas E. Schoen writes in a Se...

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In September, the St. Marcus Lutheran School in Milwaukee's central city dedicated the first phase of its campus expansion.  Through its capital campa...

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Two studies released in September by the Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO) in Washington, D.C., reveal severe discrimination based on race and ethnic...

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The National Bureau of Economic Research's (NBER's) Summer Institute has become a central component of the professional infrastructure in applied econ...

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The New Criterion begins its 30th season as a monthly review of culture and the arts with a special expanded issue in September.  "This is a significa...

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