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School Vouchers Help Public Schools
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School Vouchers Help Public Schools

One of the major tenets of liberalism is the readiness to sacrifice the rights and freedoms of the individual for the good of the state.

08/27/2003
Going Postal
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Going Postal

On July 31st, after several months of deliberation, discussion and testimony, the President’s Postal Commission unveiled its recommendations for reforming the US Postal Service. Disappointingly, the postal monopoly emerged unthreatened and the best recommendations were far from great. Worse, the best recommendations still face the gauntlet of political approval, which usually leaves good ideas mangled by compromise. However, we should not miss the silver lining while looking for gold.

08/27/2003
New Protectionism: Mandates for Open Source Software
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New Protectionism: Mandates for Open Source Software

America has always been a trading nation. From the beginning, access to foreign markets was critical for the development of commerce. Today, international trade plays a vital role in the American economy, providing consumers access to low cost goods from around the world, while providing American producers a global market for the goods they produce. In June, Americans imported $124 billion in goods and services while exporting more than $84 billion goods and services. Roughly 12 million Americans are employed in export-related jobs.

08/27/2003
Darrol Mickle is the September Minuteman of the Month
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Darrol Mickle is the September Minuteman of the Month

Our September Minuteman of the Month is Darrol Mickle of Blountsville, AL. Darrol has been instrumental in helping CSE execute the campaign to defeat the largest tax hike in Alabama’s history.

08/27/2003
ASK YOUR FAMILY DOCTOR CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED
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ASK YOUR FAMILY DOCTOR CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), a 25,000-member grassroots organization, launched the “Ask Your Family Doctor” campaign encouraging voters to ask their doctors how they should vote on Proposition 12, the constitutional amendment, which will limit arbitrary non-economic damage awards in medical liability lawsuits.

08/27/2003
Report Faults Courts for Bad Image
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Report Faults Courts for Bad Image

From the Charleston Daily Mail August 26, 2003, Tuesday Copyright 2003 Charleston Newspapers Forget tort reform. A group of corporate defense attorneys are calling for court reform. A report released today by the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia blames the state's judges, and particularly the Supreme Court justices, for West Virginia's reputation as a tort hell. Without naming names, the report slams judges for overlooking state law to write opinions that benefit campaign contributors and win popular acclaim.

08/26/2003
Compassionate Capitalism
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Compassionate Capitalism

As published in The Washington Times, August 26, 2003

08/26/2003
US Agriculture Secretary Veneman to Keynote CSE Healthy Forests Summit in North Carolina
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US Agriculture Secretary Veneman to Keynote CSE Healthy Forests Summit in North Carolina

United States Secretary of Agriculture, Ann M. Veneman, will be the keynote speaker at a “Healthy Forests Summit” organized by Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE). Secretary Veneman will discuss President Bush’s Healthy Forests Initiative including issues surrounding controlled burns, disease, and infestation. Representative Charles Taylor (NC-11) and forest health experts will join Secretary Veneman. What: Citizens for a Sound Economy Healthy Forests Summit Who: Secretary of Agriculture Ann M. Veneman

08/26/2003
Seizing This Teachable Moment
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Seizing This Teachable Moment

As published in the Fordham Foundation's Terrorists, Despots, and Democracy: What Our Children Need to Know. September 11, 2001 was a catastrophic day in our history. But its aftermath became a chapter in the newest lesson about America's character. As Americans are wont to do, many tried to bring some good out of 9/11. For many teachers, that meant using the first anniversary to teach children lessons that needed to be learned, including some that many adults had forgotten.

08/25/2003
Pro-, anti-tax rallies to be held Wednesday
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Pro-, anti-tax rallies to be held Wednesday

BY Chris Otts, Senior Staff Reporter

August 25, 2003 As the Sept. 9 referendum on Gov. Bob Riley's tax and accountability package draws closer, parties on each side of the issue will hold rallies on campus Wednesday in an attempt to win over undecided voters. The University, an official supporter of Amendment One, plans to welcome Riley and several pro-tax figureheads for an SGA-sponsored rally at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday on the Quad near Denny Chimes.

08/25/2003

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