The Public Policy

The Public Policy

Concentrating the Army Corps of Engineers

By 5.10.06

The military principle of "concentration" makes increasing sense post-Katrina.

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Demographic Self-Indulgence and Its Remedy

By 5.4.06

Government has it in its power to reverse Western demographic decline -- if it backs off.

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Florida’s Wright Stuff

By 4.28.06

In the eyes of the famous Florida Supremes, school "uniform" means a straightjacket.

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Cats That Won’t Bark

By 4.27.06

The laws of bureaucracy govern any government program that seeks to enroll 40 millions new members.

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Encroachment of the Nanny State

By 4.26.06

First smoking bans and Kelo. Now Connecticut would make it a felony to serve alcohol to underage drinkers in the home.

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Tom Coburn Means Business

By 4.24.06

The Small Business Administration's sham artists are learning the hard way.

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Have a Sunny Earth Day

By 4.21.06

Our dynamic economy drives genuine progress on the conservation and environmental protection fronts.

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The Immigration Twist

By 4.14.06

In this dance, there's no substitute for the first step: border control.

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Kyoto Kiddies

By 4.11.06

Environmental Defense's new ad campaign asks us to stop global warming "for the children." Now all they need are facts.

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Three Strikes and You’re … in Like Flint

By 4.10.06

Stirred by its failure to combat crime, Britain is responding by awarding serious criminals with cautions and prosecuting self-defenders.

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