Kartel Policy – A through M

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Another Bogus Score for Air Traffic Control Reform

While Congress has flown the coop for its August recess, the clock is ticking toward the end of the fiscal year on Sept. 30. Sept. 30 also marks the deadline for reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration, a task both chambers of Congress have yet to …

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Far-Left ‘Antifa’ Agitators on the Rise in the Age of Trump

When self-described anti-fascists showed up in force Saturday to oppose a rally of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, some of them turned violent, according to media reports and eyewitness accounts. President Donald Trump did not specify radicals who operate under the banner of Antifa, an …

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Corporations and Democrats Join Forces to Block Garrett to Run Ex-Im Bank

The business community of South Carolina is pressuring Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott to oppose President Donald Trump’s nomination of a critic of the Export-Import Bank to run the institution. Thus far, the most vocal critics of the nomination of former Rep. Scott …

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Will Robots Steal Human Jobs?

Image credit: Barbara Kelleyvia Defining IdeasPeople fear automation, but better technology has historically given rise to more opportunities for work.  Continue Reading....

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Support For Common Standards Has Rebounded

Image credit: Lucky Business, ShutterstockAnalysis and Commentaryvia EducationNextThe big news out of this year’s Education Next poll is the sharp decline in support for charter schools, even among Republicans, which is going to leave us wonks scratching our heads for months. But don’t miss the findings …

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Silicon Valley Billionaires Are The New Robber Barons

Image credit: istockFeaturedvia National ReviewProgressives forget their history of breaking up mega-corporations as they lionize tech giants such as Apple, Google, and Facebook. Continue Reading....

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Principles for Reform of FISA

The current authorization for Title VII, including the controversial Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), will expire on December 31, 2017 (1). Discussion of reauthorization with reform has already begun in the House. In the Senate, however, Republican members of the Select …

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Occidental College: Stuck on “Stupidity”

While universities notoriously serve as Petri dishes that cultivate the doctrines of social justice and inculcate students with its dogmas, Occidental College actually offers an undergraduate degree program in “Critical Theory and Social Justice. (CTSJ)” Describing the program as “interdisciplinary,” the syllabus explains: “‘Critical’ refers …

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Democrat Senator Proposes Removal of All Confederate Statues From US Capitol Building

Sen. Cory Booker plans to propose a bill to remove all Confederate statues from the United States Capitol building, he announced Wednesday. “I will be introducing a bill to remove Confederate statues from the US Capitol building,” Booker, D-N.J., tweeted. “This is just one step. …

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