ON-Lion Letter
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks to receive a 2016 Bradley Prize
The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee has announced that one of four 2016 Bradley Prizes will be presented to Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks ...

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Minnesota parents file suit to challenge laws allowing ineffective teachers to remain in schools
In April, on behalf of four parents, the Partnership for Educational Justice (PEJ) and Students for Education Reform-Minnesota filed a lawsuit in stat...

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UW-Milwaukee professor’s startup protects crops without increasing antibiotic resistance
Ching-Hong Yang -- a professor of biological sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and chief scientific officer of Milwaukee-bas...

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Abby W. Schachter wants to get government out of parenting, she writes in Encounter's <i>No Child Left Alone</i>
Children are taken from their parents because they are obese.  Parents are arrested for letting their kids play outside alone.  Sledding and...

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WPRI's <i>Wisconsin Interest</i> covers "federal grant to nowhere"
"There's a little-known refuge from the hustle and bustle of Milwaukee’s downtown, where a weary soul can escape the cacophony of traffic and po...

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Hoover Institution's <i>Central Bank Governance & Oversight Reform</I> addresses key questions about Federal Reserve
In Central Bank Governance & Oversight Reform, new from the Hoover Institution, distinguished scholars and policymakers address key questions abou...

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Kirkpatrick Prize recipient Everett Piper says Oklahoma Wesleyan University will not comply with Department of Education's reinterpretation of Title IX
The U.S. Department of Education has recently presumed to redefine Title IX to include new directives -- including "transgender accommodation" for mal...

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Encounter Broadside contains economic-policy debate between Stephen Moore and Paul Krugman
What happens when a leading conservative economist goes mano a mano with today's most-influential exponent of left-liberal economics, over free market...

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Sand County Foundation's "Innovations on the Land" symposium to exchange ideas about conservation on private lands
The majority of the land in the United States is privately owned, so America's farmers, ranchers, and foresters are critical to the health of natural ...

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<i>For God and Profit</i>, by Acton Institute's Samuel Gregg, tells how banking and finance can serve common good
From Christianity's very beginning, it has had a difficult relationship with the world of money.  Through developing sophisticated understandings...

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