Kartel Policy – A through M

Trump’s New North Korea Sanctions Are Good, but Not Tough Enough

President Donald Trump announced on Friday the “largest package of sanctions yet” on North Korea, targeting an extensive tranche of regime entities who had been thus far untouched by U.S. sanctions. This action is welcome and is another significant step forward in the international effort …

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At Stanford, Cardinal Conversations Event Examines Inequality And Populism

Featuredquoting Niall FergusonMichael McFaulvia Stanford NewsStanford scholar Francis Fukuyama and political scientist Charles Murray discuss inequality and populism as part of a second event of the Cardinal Conversations initiative. Continue Reading....

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College Democrats at DC University Promote Fundraiser for Pro-Abortion Organization Planned Parenthood

Students are George Washington University, based in Washington, D.C., are typically liberal and not conservative by any stretch of the imagination. This past week, the university’s College Democrats pushed a fundraising event for the pro-abortion organization Planned Parenthood on their college campus. The university’s student …

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Local Ohio University Offers Full-Ride Scholarships to Slain Police Officers’ Daughters

Eric Joering, left, and Anthony Morelli, right. Otterbein University, located in the state of Ohio, recently announced that it is offering full-ride scholarships for the four daughters of slain police officer Eric Joering, who was killed with his partner, Anthony Morelli responding to a domestic …

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Bronx Principal Sparks Protest

Public officials and protesters are calling for a black history curriculum largely as a response to the actions of a principal in the Bronx. “Intermediate School 224 Principal Patricia Catania has come under fire for ordering an English teacher not to give lessons about the …

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More accountable delegation in health care – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

The circular political debate over “repeal and replace” of the Affordable Care Act in 2017 mostly reflected the wide gap between the rhetoric of empowering state governments to reengineer health care financing and regulation and the realities of health care politics. Thus far, various initiatives …

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The unbelievable magic of Trumponomics – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

Donald Trump is already the worst U.S. president ever — at least according to a new survey of historians released this week. But don’t worry, Trumpsters, it’s still early. A decade of tremendous prosperity covers up a lot of blemishes, as the scandal-stained Bill Clinton …

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UN scandal underscores the need for reform – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

The United Nations refugee agencies are having a very poor start to 2018. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) recently suspended funding for its refugee camps in Uganda following allegations that Ugandan government officials inflated the number of refugees present in order to profit …

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Don’t Punish People With Delinquent Student Loans by Revoking Their Work Licenses

Nearly one-third of Americans today must be licensed by the government in order to do their jobs. Many of those people are among the 44 million Americans who have outstanding student loans. For that group of people, falling behind on student loan payments can mean …

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Where Kosovo Stands After 10 Years of Being a Republic

The Republic of Kosovo, a young democracy in the Balkans, celebrated the 10th anniversary of its independence on Feb. 17. Kosovo’s president, Hashim Thaci, in his speech commemorating the occasion, expressed pride in his country’s notable accomplishments, emphasizing that “the trends are positive, and that should …

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