Kartel Policy – A through M

Here’s How Wrong Past Environmental Predictions Have Been

Each year, Earth Day is accompanied by predictions of doom. Let’s take a look at past predictions to determine just how much confidence we can have in today’s environmentalists’ predictions. In 1970, when Earth Day was conceived, the late George Wald, a Nobel laureate biology …

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Three Democrat Errors

Image credit: Barbara Kelleyvia Defining IdeasA party that rejects free speech and popular sovereignty cannot hope to win. Continue Reading....

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Demonstrators Descend on Heritage Foundation to Protest Trump Budget

Demonstrators and activists opposed to President Donald Trump descended upon The Heritage Foundation on Tuesday to protest the think tank’s budget plan and attempt to bring the organization to a halt. Approximately 200 protesters entered the lobby of the think tank’s Capitol Hill headquarters Tuesday …

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What Trump Has Done on Foreign Policy, National Security in First 100 Days

In his first 100 days, President Donald Trump—who campaigned on an “America first” platform—has used the power of his office to act on the world stage. He’s approved the launch of 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles against the Syrian regime of Bashar Assad in retaliation for …

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Mike Lee Warns Trump About Taxpayer Funding of Soros Groups Overseas

For eight years, U.S. foreign assistance was tied to a leftist political agenda rather than American interests, and it’s now up to President Donald Trump to correct that, Sen. Mike Lee said Tuesday. “President Trump and his team must change the culture of American diplomacy,” …

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Law Schools’ Leftward Lunge

Good lawyers may be easier to find than good law schools. See the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter. View Fullscreen Continue Reading....

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Big Cotton is planting the seeds for more subsidies

Agricultural special interests have decades of practice in raiding the public purse, and it is only getting worse. Here is a case in point: cotton producers are canvassing Capitol Hill to lobby for access to a highly lucrative new set of subsidy programs. Those programs, …

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Prioritizing Dangers

Two foreign policy experts from opposite sides of the aisle agree: threats lurk from many corners of the globe.  Military success has to be defined in terms that address the fact no threat can be considered lesser than any other. Before the U.S. can determine its military …

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Italy the next euro battleground after French election

Governments and markets across the globe are justifiably breathing a deep sigh of relief today following this weekend’s first-round French presidential election. However, they would be making a big mistake to think that the European economy is now out of the woods from major political …

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Trump’s First Hundred Days: Doing What He Promised

Image credit: istockAnalysis and Commentaryvia TownhallSince Franklin Roosevelt, presidents have been evaluated at the end of a hundred days.  Donald Trump drafted his own report card in a campaign speech last fall, saying what he would do in his first hundred days. Continue Reading....

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