Kartel Policy – A through M

Our Debt Problem Is Really a Spending Problem. Economic Growth Won’t Fix It.

$269 billion. That’s a big number, and yet it’s not the amount the federal government spends on any of its major activities like Defense, Medicaid, Medicare, or Social Security. Rather, this is what the Congressional Budget Office currently projects the federal government will spend on …

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Charlottesville, Race, And Republican Virtue-Signaling

Image credit: istockAnalysis and Commentaryvia Front Page Magazine OnlineWhy Trump’s condemnation of “all sides” was scorned. Continue Reading....

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‘Is this the Day the Internet Dies?’

Image credit: istockvia National ReviewWhen I wrote my recent article for NRO arguing that we must regulate Internet monopolies as public utilities, I had no idea how timely it would become. I submitted it to NR on Friday afternoon (The day before Charlottesville) with the plans …

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Betsy DeVos Will Approve Whatever Policymakers Put Forward; Make Sure It's Good For Kids

Image credit: istockAnalysis and Commentaryvia Alabama Media GroupAfter months of mixed signals, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos appears poised to do what the Every Student Succeeds Act expects of her and approve state-developed school accountability plans. “My criteria for approval is clear,” she said recently. “Does …

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Does Congress Understand Their Own Bills? Of Course Not

The fix is in. Did you know, members of Congress don’t read bills in their entirety before voting on them? I wish I was kidding. Bills are written in bureaucratic legal-speak, making them extremely difficult for the average person to understand. According to former Rep. …

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‘Fat Studies’ Course Returns to Oregon State University

The course at Oregon State University will discuss, among other topics, how “weightism” could be considered a social justice issue in today’s society. Seriously? Seriously. Continue Reading....

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Two Former Wasserman Schultz IT Aides Indicted for Conspiracy Against U.S.

A federal grand jury Thursday indicted two former information technology (IT) aides of Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz–Pakistani-born Imran Awan and his wife Hina Alvi–on four counts of conspiracy in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The FBI arrested Awan at Dulles …

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Perspectives on African Development Panel with Daniel Press

Location: Foreign Service Institute4000 Arlington BoulevardArlington, VA 22204United StatesEvent Date: Google Outlook MAC/iOS CEI Policy Analyst Daniel Press will participate in a panel discussion on African development as part of the Foreign Service Institute’s East Africa and the Horn Course. He will be speaking to new to mid-level …

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Erosion of Investor Protection or Deregulation?

Location: St. Regis New York2 East 55th StreetNew York, NY 10022United StatesEvent Date: Google Outlook MAC/iOS On November 30, Ted Frank, Senior Attorney and Director of the Center for Class Action Fairness, will be speaking on a panel titled: “Erosion of Investor Protection or Deregulation?” at the Institutional …

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Consumer Advocates Say Target Deal Excludes Millions

Law360 discusses the Target Corporation Customer Data Security Breach Litigation with Melissa Holyoak. Consumer advocates on Tuesday urged the Eighth Circuit to reverse a $10 million class action settlement stemming from the 2013 Target Corp. data breach, arguing that it unfairly excludes millions and forces consumers …

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