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  • Monthly Archives: March 2008

    Let Them Grow Fruit

    This Saturday the New York Times printed an op-ed on a subject of growing concern to many of their readers: the local food movement. A farmer from Minnesota wrote in to inform NYT readers about how the Agriculture Department’s commodity farm program was making it difficult for him to the … More

    The Debate Isn't Over

    The Heritage Foundation’s Mark Kelly checks in from The Heartland Institute’s International Conference on Climate Change in New York City. Themes from the first two sessions include: Bias: There is a demonstrated bias toward finding warming in the data collection of temperature. This data is then fed into sympathetic scientific … More

    Morning Bell: The Fight for Equality in Education

    The dirty little secret in education policy is that school choice already exists in the United States: it is just limited to  affluent children. While millions of wealthy families send their children to private schools every year, families with less are often forced to send their children to schools they … More