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Standing up to Trump is good for business – What the wilderness can teach you about data prioritization

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Discussing the latest on President Trump: Carney on MSNBC’s ‘MSNBC Live’ – What the wilderness can teach you about data prioritization

Visiting Fellow, Tim Carney, discusses the latest on President Trump and his legislative agenda. Continue Reading....

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What the wilderness can teach you about data prioritization – What the wilderness can teach you about data prioritization

I spent most of the last week camping and rock climbing in the Black Hills, in South Dakota. This has become a regular trip for me, and this year was particularly nice because a group of my law students joined me for a few days …

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Alabama Special Election GOP Primary Goes to September Runoff

Two Republicans, Sen. Luther Strange, R-Ala., and former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, will compete in a runoff election in September after failing to garner 50 percent of the vote in Alabama’s special election to fill the seat of now-Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The winner …

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Is Google Right About Gender?

Google fired software engineer James Damore for writing a 10-page memo critical of the company’s diversity policy. The memo violated the company’s code of conduct by “advancing harmful gender stereotypes” by suggesting that biological factors were part of the cause for the male/female gap in …

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Bozell & Graham Column: The Press Is Not Trusted or Popular

CNN delighted in reporting the results of a recent poll question which asked: “How much do you trust the things you hear in official communications from the White House? Do you trust almost all, most of it, just some of it, or nothing at all?” …

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How Many Rules And Regulations Do Federal Agencies Issue?

With Congress on summer vacation, it’s an appropriate time to reflect on the number of laws it passes vs. the number of rules and regulations put out by the hundreds of federal agencies they (are supposed to) oversee. There’s been much talk in the new …

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Testimony of Marc Scribner Before the Utah Transportation Governance and Funding Task Force

View Full Document as PDF Chairs Harper and Schultz, and members of the task force, thank you giving me the opportunity to testify on the future of transportation finance and governance on behalf of the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). CEI’s interest in transportation policy spans …

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Unfair Target Data Breach Settlement Returns to Appeals Court

The Competitive Enterprise Institute today filed additional briefing requested by the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals about an unfair class action settlement stemming from the 2013 Target data breach, opening up the possibility that the settlement will be rejected. “The Target class action settlement unfairly freezes out …

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From Chanakya to Modi: The Evolution of India's Foreign Policy – New Book from Aparna Pande

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