Archive for August, 2014
Oklahoma: Losing Federal Waiver, Winning Back Rightful Control over Education
Can Taxpayers Recover Hundreds of Millions of Dollars from Obamacare Exchanges?
A Riverside High School Thinks Dumpster Diving is a Needed Life Skill for Special Education Students
Competing for Students, Not Federal Funding, Is Still the Best Preschool Policy
Medicare Fees: The RUC Is Bad, but There’s No Point in Regulating It
California Senate Arrest Rate Higher Than Any Large California City
Price Transparency Lowers Healthcare Costs
Chicago Teachers Union Boss and Classic Champagne Socialism
Parental Choice, Not Common Core, Is the Key to Academic Accountability
Imposing Costs on Russia: How about a Food Embargo?
CalPERS Approves 99 New Ways to Spike California Public Pensions
NSA “Fatigue”?
There Is a Market for Human Organs, Whether You Like It or Not
Prize-winning Mathematician Says Common Core Math Doesn’t Add Up
Patent Trolls: Their Threat to U.S. Innovation—and the Solutions
Walmart Shakes Up Primary Care – and the Whole System
California Lawmakers Mandate Students Study about Obama
What Is to Be Done with Health-Insurance Exchanges, Post-Obamacare?
Taking Offense at Every Word or Phrase?
Obamacare Threatens Free Clinics
Reflections on the YAL National Convention 2014
Medicaid’s Financing Merry-Go-Round
Orwellian Language: Peace Abroad; War at Home
“Creepy Uncle Sam” Obamacare Care-nival
Classifying America: Government’s Power to Define Is the Power to Discriminate

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