Monthly Archives: June 2011
By Nick Sibilla The United Nations (UN) has found itself entangled in yet another climate scandal. First, the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was involved in “Glaciergate,” where it claimed that Himalayan glaciers would melt in 25 years. … Continue reading
Today, Oregon’s legislators looked somewhat frenzied as they fought for key education reforms in Oregon. After tense negotiations, significant amendments, and a tug-of-war on several education bills, the Oregon legislature passed a package of education reforms with strong bi-partisan support. The … Continue reading
Want kids to have more educational options? This afternoon, the Oregon House of Representatives will be voting on three school choice bills that would allow parents to have better access to public schools (especially charter schools). If the House passes … Continue reading
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In this follow up video to The Philosophy of Liberty: Property, The Foundation for a Free Society explores Frederic Bastiat’s concept of Legal Plunder. Is it ever OK for government to steal your stuff and give it to someone else? … Continue reading
Now is a pivotal opportunity for you to make a difference for school choice with just a few minutes of your time. Democratic Governor Kitzhaber and the House Republicans are working together behind the scenes together to push through a … Continue reading
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