Kartel Policy – A through M

Undocumented Students Thwart Immigration Law at Rutgers

Not by resisting arrest but by chasing ICE out of a career fair where agency representatives were going to recruit the next generation of agents to enforce immigration law. “In a small victory for the sanctuary movement, recruiters from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement …

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Are Liberal Arts Majors Working?

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS) is trying to prove that liberal arts majors are gainfully employed but they’re not doing so all that clearly. For one thing, they call the report “The State of the Humanities 2018: Graduates in the Workforce and …

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DC PS Officials Secretly Support School Choice

At least on a personal level. “The top public school administrator in Washington, D.C., resigned his position Tuesday, four days after it was revealed that he had conspired with another official to place his daughter in the district’s highest-performing public high school,” Alex Ward writes …

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The problem of dwindling urban Catholic schools – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

LAST MONTH, THE DIOCESE of Memphis announced it would cease operations of Jubilee Catholic Schools, a network serving more than 1,400 of the city’s disadvantaged students. Jubilee had become financially unsustainable. The diocese didn’t have the money to keep the schools afloat, and the low-income …

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Cash, credit, or bitcoin: Do cryptocurrencies make good ‘spending money’? – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

Do people use cryptocurrency to pay for small daily purchases, such as a burger and fries, or a subway fare? The preferred means of payment likely hinges on cost and convenience. For small everyday local purchases, cash, cards, and smartphone payment apps are likely to …

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Democrats are crippling America’s response to Russian interference – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

The indictment issued on Friday by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III shows a conspiracy of stunning sophistication by Kremlin-connected Russians, posing as American citizens or using stolen U.S. identities, to influence the 2016 presidential election. What it does not show is any evidence of …

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CEI Joins Coalition Letter Urging Congress to support the Sugar Policy Modernization Act of 2017

View Full Document as PDF Dear Senators and Representatives, On behalf of the undersigned organizations and our millions of members across the country, we urge you to support S. 2086 and H.R. 4265, the Sugar Policy Modernization Act of 2017. This legislation is crucial for …

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More Antitrust Revisionism Aimed at Big Tech

In a long but surprisingly weak story, the New York Times’ Charles Duhigg is the latest analyst to try to find an argument for why antitrust law should be used to break up Big Tech firms (Duhigg’s particular target is Google). In so doing he makes many …

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Competition In Technology Is More Vibrant Than It Looks

he clamor is rising for Big Tech firms to be broken up. With Amazon and Alphabet, Google’s parent company, reporting record profits, voices from both the political left and the right have called for the firms to be broken up using antitrust law. Both sides …

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Stabilizing and Reconstructing Iraq: A Challenging Path Ahead

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