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Sessions’ War on Weed

July 28, 2017 0

We have ample evidence that Prohibition often creates more problems than it purports to solve. So why is Atty General Sessions moving in the wrong direction? The renewed battle over marijuana prohibition in the U.S. is a fight the federal […]

From Public Good to Personal Pursuit

July 17, 2017 0

Historical roots of the student debt crisis. Thomas Adam, University of Texas Arlington The promise of free college education helped propel Bernie Sanders’ 2016 bid for the Democratic nomination to national prominence. It reverberated during the confirmation hearings for Betsy […]

No, Student Loans Are Not a Tax on Women

July 17, 2017 0

Increasingly the Left is portraying women as being oppressed unless the government pays for all sorts of things.  It not only hobbles women, it insults them. Stephen R. Jaffe is running for Congress against Nancy Pelosi in California’s 12th district. […]

The Fight Over Vaccines Continues

July 12, 2017 0

Vaccines have saved lives, eradicated diseases, and led to healthier populations. But with old diseases making a comeback, should vaccines be mandatory? France has moved to make vaccines recommended by health authorities mandatory by 2018. In an address before Parliament, […]

America’s Healthcare Conundrum

July 3, 2017 0

What to do about healthcare in America has been debated for years. Funding has always been a sticking point. Here are a few ideas about that. As Congress continues to tinker with repealing and replacing the ACA (Obamacare) and the […]

New Legislation May Make Free Speech on Campus Less Free

June 29, 2017 0

Several states are considering various pieces of legislation to “fix” the problem of free speech on campuses, but they might be making the problem worse. Neal H. Hutchens, University of Mississippi Around the country, state lawmakers have been talking about […]

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