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African American Museum Must Be More Ideologically Inclusive

An institution that purports to tell a comprehensive and inclusive story about the history of African Americans should not have a politically motivated bent. Yet, it seems, the National Museum of African American History and Culture has just that.

10/29/2016
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House Republicans Must Preserve the Motion to Vacate the Chair

When the 115th Congress convenes in January, the House of Representatives may vote on a rules package that guts a powerful tool that allows members of the lower chamber to keep the speaker in check.

10/21/2016
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Congress' New Bills Show How Conservatives Are Still Tough on Crime

BY Adam Brandon and Grover Norquist

Recently, a few notable organizations have added their voices in support of criminal justice reform efforts in the Senate. The International Association of Chiefs of Police, the Major County Sheriffs' Association, Concerned Veterans of America and the National District Attorneys Association — none of which are soft on crime — agree: The Senate's Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act isn't either.

05/18/2016
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GOP Leadership Disruption Is Not Proof of Party Dysfunction

The seismic disruptions in the leadership structure of the House of Representatives have invited pundits, eager to declare dysfunction, to pounce on the perceived chaos, civil war, or even all-out anarchy in the Republican Party.

10/29/2015
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Republicans have themselves to blame for Donald Trump

In a crowded primary field, debates are all about setting yourself apart from the pack. In the first presidential debate hosted by Fox News, Donald Trump certainly did that by being the only candidate not to rule out a third party run should he lose the Republican nomination.

08/21/2015
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Disrupting the student loan bubble

In 21st century America, disruptive technology is all around us. Smartphone apps allow us to summon transportation at the touch of a button, to book accommodations in a stranger’s apartment, to arrange an impromptu dinner party with people we have never met and to navigate our way through unfamiliar cities without the need of a map or compass.

09/22/2014
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Why not let taxis, Uber, Lyft fight it out on a level playing field with no regulations?

Taxi drivers created traffic gridlock in downtown D.C. last week to protest app-based ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft.

07/02/2014
School Choice is the freedom that saves kids' futures
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School Choice is the freedom that saves kids' futures

BY Matt Kibbe

While the $410 billion price tag on Congress’ omnibus spending bill gets all the media’s attention, low-income school children in Washington, DC are more concerned about what it may do to their education opportunities.

03/02/2009
Education Should Come Before Ideology, Politics
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Education Should Come Before Ideology, Politics

BY Max Pappas

From coast to coast, families, because of their ZIP code, have little choice but to send their children to the failing and sometimes dangerous government schools in their neighborhood. Those with the means to do so —like most members of Congress —can free their children from these failing schools. Those of more modest incomes are not as fortunate —unless, that is, they live in one of the increasing number of states allowing and encouraging school choice.

08/11/2006
Dr. Brough and Adam Brandon Meet with Washington Examiner
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Dr. Brough and Adam Brandon Meet with Washington Examiner

Dr. Wayne Brough and Adam Brandon were invited to the editorial board of the Washington Examiner to discuss legal reform. The conversation lasted over an hour and Dr. B presented the FreedomWorks position on tort reform, and pointed the reporters to several studies and articles for future background information. Brandon introduced the ed-board to FreedomWorks and grassroots activism. The Examiner looks forward to future FreedomWorks op-eds.

06/28/2006

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