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Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic — For Teachers
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Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic — For Teachers

As the Supreme Court struggles with the constitutionality of school choice, the case for competition simply becomes stronger. Like any monopoly, the public school system behaves in ways that harm consumers. Unfortunately, in this case that means parents and their children, who are forced to attend schools where they have little input or control. Street addresses, not quality assessments, are the determining factor for most families when it comes to education.

06/25/2002
Let Freedom Ring
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Let Freedom Ring

Much will be written and said over the coming days about the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in the Cleveland school voucher case, Zelman v. Simmons-Harris. There will be important commentary about the legal issues surrounding the case, and plenty of political analysis. Education analysts will talk of school performance, budgets, and spending levels. All of it will be interesting and important, but may miss the fundamental principle and issue at stake – FREEDOM.

06/25/2002
Auto Insurance Choice and Availablity Shortage Remain Despite State Decision On State Farm in New Jersey
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Auto Insurance Choice and Availablity Shortage Remain Despite State Decision On State Farm in New Jersey

A state announcement delaying State Farm's application to withdraw from New Jersey's auto insurance market neither ends the threat to auto insurance availability nor remedies consumers' woeful lack of auto insurance choice, warns the Coalition for Auto Insurance Competition.

06/25/2002
Burying a Time Bomb in Red Tape
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Burying a Time Bomb in Red Tape

In an attempt to ignore out of control spending, North Carolina government officials plan to limit access to prescription drugs for Medicaid beneficiaries. Unfortunately, this strategy is doomed to fail. Not only will it fail to close the budget shortfall, but will also fail the state’s Medicaid beneficiaries by depriving them of the therapies and medical treatments they need.

06/24/2002
Vote Against Tourist Tax
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Vote Against Tourist Tax

In Kirk Sorensen's letter published June 13 ("Heads in beds real boost to economy") he states that Martin County gains a strong economic impact from seasonal tourists. He also implies that draining up to $1 million in taxes from that group will help market our resort hotels in the summer. This is circular reasoning and deserves further analysis.

06/24/2002
Highlights From the Rally at Trenton
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Highlights From the Rally at Trenton

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06/21/2002
Letter to President Bush on Union Finances
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Letter to President Bush on Union Finances

George W. Bush President The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Bush: I would like to commend you for the efforts by your Department of Labor to open up the heretofore-secretive process of union finances. By putting the financial disclosure forms, known as LM-2, on line and making them accessible and searchable, you have removed a significant barrier to public scrutiny of union spending and activities.

06/19/2002
Finally, the End is Near for the Microsoft Antitrust Case
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Finally, the End is Near for the Microsoft Antitrust Case

Today, D.C. Circuit Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly will hear closing arguments in the remedy phase of the antitrust suit brought by nine states against Microsoft Corp. Citizens for a Sound Economy Chairman C. Boyden Gray had these comments:

06/19/2002
If Pundits Were Farmers . . .
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If Pundits Were Farmers . . .

ABSTRACT FROM THE NATIONAL REVIEW

06/18/2002
Big Mistake
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Big Mistake

ABSTRACT: In “Big Mistake,” Murdock writes about the unintended consequences of Bush’s steel tariffs. While the tariffs have been a boon to inefficient U.S. steel companies, they have harmed dozens of other industries, such as shipping and manufacturing – not to mention consumers. “George W. Bush's cold-rolled capitulation is his presidency's biggest error,” Murdock writes. “It is openly political, nakedly statist and far left of Bill Clinton who ignored the steel industry's protectionist demands. Bush should acknowledge and reverse his mistake.”

06/18/2002

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