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High Risk, Low Yield

By 9.24.13

 It makes no sense to attempt to defund Obamacare.

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Don’t Save Detroit — Sell It

By From the September 2013 issue

Belle Isle alone could fetch $1 billion.

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What If We Were Serious?

By 7.16.13

Real border security -- a fence, more agents, no-nonsense rules of engagement, an entry-exit system -- wouldn't be that hard.

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MSNBC’s Hispanic Lynching

By 7.16.13

Their disgraceful conduct in the Zimmerman case follows the left's long history of racism.

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Traditional Issues, New Strategies

By 7.5.13

The Independent Women's Voice fights for feminist conservatism with striking results.

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Way Beyond the Lemonade Stand

By From the June 2013 issue

A paintball playing field, a lawn-care business, a pet-grooming service, pre-mixed jars of ingredients for making pastries, a smoothie store in a school cafeteria, and an online jewelry collection: All of these businesses were founded by teenage entrepreneurs who showed up at an April dinner in New York honoring the 25th anniversary of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), a group dedicated to getting low-income kids interested in business. The thought of becoming a real entrepreneur can be thrilling for children accustomed to play money. But the reality is tough. Kids have to learn real responsibility and make sure they have insurance and pay taxes. NFTE (pronounced “nifty”) is there to help, from providing small start-up loans, to getting vendor licenses, to hosting 80-hour “mini-M.B.A.” classes in high schools that teach students about supply and demand, cost/benefit analysis, record-keeping, the present and future value of money, advertising and marketing, and working with suppliers. The value of its programs have been touted by entrepreneurs ranging from cosmetics creator Bobbi Brown to Internet pioneer Steve Case to rap artist Sean Combs.

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Real Immigration Reform Requires Free Markets

By 5.24.13

Reading the Gang of Eight immigration bill brings many things to mind: sausage-making, Nixon, Obamacare...

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Can He Unite Virginia’s GOP?

By 5.22.13

Old Dominion Republicans have picked E.W. Jackson, a socially conservative ordained minister, as their lieutenant governor nominee.

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Assessing a Week of Scandal

By 5.17.13

Journalists are louts, liberals will disappoint, and other takeaways.

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The Great Train Robbery

By From the May 2013 issue

High-speed rail is like Solyndra on steroids.

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