Kartel Policy – A through M

The New Threat Children Face 45 Years After Roe v. Wade

It’s been 45 years since Roe v. Wade, and the pro-life movement is stronger than ever. This week, thousands of pro-life Americans will take a stand for life at the annual March for Life in Washington D.C. This year’s theme, “Love Saves Lives,” reminds us …

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Networks And Power, From The Freemasons To Facebook

In the Newsmentioning Niall Fergusonvia New-York Historical SocietyHistorians often discuss the lives of noteworthy individuals—kings, emperors, presidents—but in reality the history of the world has been determined by collective action of the people, not by figureheads. Renowned historian Niall Ferguson explores how networks—guilds and families, …

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Higher Ed Leaders Want Congress To Prevent Potential Dreamer Deportations

The leadership of a recently created collective of higher-ed leaders called The Presidents’ Alliance On Higher Education And Immigration has called for Congress to prevent Dreamers from being deported. According to their statement, they want Congress to craft “…a narrowly tailored solution to address the …

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Columbia University Course on Trumpism Claims It Comes from Xenophobia

Impartiality is apparently not a part of this course on Trumpism at the Teacher’s College at Columbia University. Professor Erika Kitzmiller’s course, “Education in the Age of Trump,” discusses “the past and present conditions that allowed Trump to seize electoral control of a major American …

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Asian-American Students Reinforce ‘Colorblind Racism’ by Integrating International Asian Students

A four-year research project by a college professor concluded that self-segregating Asian students, Asian-American and international Asian students, perpetuates “colorblind racism.” By taking responsibility to integrate international students, Asian-American students “also renders the experiences of racial marginalization and discrimination invisible for international and domestic racial minority …

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Governing the reserves: Are cryptocurrencies the new gold? Part 1 – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

In November 2017, the head of commodity research for Goldman Sachs compared bitcoin favorably to gold. Both can be used as a store of value, but neither has a liability attached to it, as occurs for securities. This raises the important question of whether bitcoin …

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Tax cut supporters should stop talking about corporate bonuses – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

In the weeks since the new tax law was enacted, well over 100 companies have granted one-time bonuses to their employees while citing the new law’s reduction in the corporate income tax rate as part of the reason. The president, key members of the House and Senate, and many other supporters of the …

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Why Other Lawyers Fault Legal Opinion That Scuttled Local Right-to-Work Law

GEORGETOWN, Delaware—County officials who rejected a right-to-work ordinance were poorly served by the county attorney’s flawed legal opinion, other lawyers argue. The five-member Sussex County Council, all Republicans, voted down the bill 4-1 on Jan. 9 after listening to County Attorney J. Everett Moore express …

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The Supreme Court Quietly Gives Religious Liberty a Big Win

Religious liberty and freedom of conscience won big at the Supreme Court last week, just in time for Religious Freedom Day on Jan. 16. The justices declined last week to hear a legal challenge against a Mississippi law that protects citizens, small businesses, government employees, …

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Why We Are a Republic, Not a Democracy

Hillary Clinton blamed the Electoral College for her stunning defeat in the 2016 presidential election in her latest memoirs, “What Happened.” Some have claimed that the Electoral College is one of the most dangerous institutions in American politics. Why? They say the Electoral College system, …

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