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  • CAFE Tab Too Expensive for America

    (Released Jul 2007) Proposed legislation to increase Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards – the federally-mandated fuel efficiency rules for cars, light trucks and SUVs – will likely cause more harm to the American people […]

     
  • Gun Ownership Becoming a Capital Idea

    (Released May 2007) For years, Shelly Parker faced intimidation and harassment from the drug dealers and gang-bangers who roamed her neighborhood. Already frustrated because the police never did enough to make her feel truly safe, […]

     
  • Oprah Shouldn’t Give Up on Our Kids

    (Released Feb 2007) After visiting our nation’s failing urban public schools, Oprah Winfrey felt frustrated. In an interview with Newsweek magazine, she said: “I became so frustrated with visiting inner-city schools in the U.S. The […]

     
  • Supremes Still Working on School Equality

    (Released Jan 2007) Even though public school segregation was outlawed over 50 years ago, there are still lingering questions about the constitutionality of racial preferences that the U.S. Supreme Court must decide. Before the Court […]

     
  • Michigan Voters Quit Quotas

    (Released Nov 2006) Government often discriminates by basing hiring practices, the awarding of contracts and college admissions on racial criteria. Given an opportunity to put a stop to it, Michigan voters overwhelmingly passed the Michigan […]

     
  • Union Activists’ Strong-Arm Tactics

    (Released Sep 2006) For fans of “The Sopranos” who’ll miss the fictional mob family’s nefarious exploits when the HBO series ends next year, there is an antidote of sorts. Seemingly almost mimicking mob boss Tony […]

     
  • Reckless Anti-Rice Rants Mars Students’ Big Day

    (Released May 2006) Ideally, college professors should provide an open environment for the free exchange of ideas and promote debate free of prejudice and bias. Tragically, on some college campuses, these ideals aren’t applied to […]

     
  • Urban Communities Lose When Trial Lawyers Win

    (Released April 2006) When trial lawyers win excessive monetary awards in lawsuits against doctors and health care facilities, urban communities lose. The number of medical malpractice lawsuits has climbed steadily over the years, contributing to […]

     
 

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