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‘Progressive’ or ‘Regressive’ Politicians?
Commentary I remember my high school in Massachusetts, where we could debate political issues. Massachusetts was always a ...
December 12, 2019
Is the Border Wall Immoral?
Commentary In recent months, opponents of the border wall proposed by President Donald Trump have called it immoral ...
May 1, 2019
Big Tech Versus Freedom
There are many books about presumed plots to take over the world. One of the most famous, “Protocols ...
January 14, 2019
Common Sense on ‘Free Trade’
I must confess that I am a heretic on “free trade.” I have an undergraduate degree in economics ...
August 23, 2018
Making College Worth the Cost
Americans are increasingly wondering if liberal arts colleges are worth the cost to both students and taxpayers. After ...
August 14, 2016
The Retirement Roadblock
We have a retirement roadblock in the United States—people are not saving enough for retirement.
May 26, 2016
Health Care: The Way Forward
The Affordable Care Act, also known as the “ACA” and “Obamacare,” was passed in 2010. It remains unpopular. ...
February 20, 2016
Is ‘Climate Change’ Really Science?
In this article, I question whether what is called “climate change” is consistent with science and social science.
December 2, 2015
Pluto Revisited: The Case for Reinstating Its Planetary Status
The New Horizons space probe voyage to Pluto has helped to create new interest in learning about our ...
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November 16, 2015
White House ‘Committed’ to Working With Congress to Check Presidential War Power After Syria Strike
White House Says Relief Bill Remains ‘Incredibly Progressive’ Despite Senate Compromises
Socialist Policies Can Be Resisted Peacefully If People Do Not Lose Hope: Trevor Loudon
Trump-Era Defense Leaders Should Testify on Capitol Riot Response: Sen. Peters
Sen. Johnson Indicates Preference for Leaving Office After Current Term
Key Things You Need to Know About HR 1, the For the People Act of 2021
Senate Agrees to $300 Weekly Jobless Aid Through End of August in COVID-19 Relief Bill
Mimi Nguyen Ly
US Condemns China’s Hong Kong Moves, Working to ‘Galvanize’ Action Against Abuses
New York Lawmakers Approve Bill to Strip Cuomo of Pandemic Emergency Powers
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Senator Departs for Family Funeral Amid Stimulus Bill Vote-a-Rama Session