The Public Policy

The Public Policy

Losing It

By 12.10.06

Global warming goon squads lash out because there's nothing they can do to affect the problem they obsess over.

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Progress or Surrender?

By 12.6.06

The Bush Administration is apparently abandoning its long-held goal of introducing Social Security personal accounts.

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Bitter Medicine

By 12.3.06

Warning: Nancy Pelosi wants Medicare to negotiate the price of prescription drugs. Her nurse's aides are leading the cheerleading.

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No Spark for a Higher Power

By 11.27.06

The new science offensive against faith.

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Protecting Our Last International Advantage

By 11.15.06

American competitiveness in global markets is at stake.

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Centralized Cappuccino

By 11.12.06

What if coffee shops were run like schools?

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The Turkey Ballot

By 11.7.06

Yesterday voters lacked one option -- "none of the above." It would have been one way punish Republicans without rewarding Democrats.

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Terminating the Free Market

By 11.5.06

The national implications of Arnold's Drug Plan.

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So Much for the Good Neighbor Policy

By 11.1.06

Not only do the pests at the United Nations not pay their parking fines, they're now trying to prevent U.S. farmers from using an essential pesticide.

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Medicare For All

By 10.30.06

Rep. Pete Stark's AmeriCare super-entitlement is indicative of what awaits if Democrats win back Congress.

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