Monthly Archives: August 2014

Who Makes Less Than Minimum Wage?

By Trent England The Wall Street Journal recently reported about small business owners losing their health insurance, or facing expensive rate increases, thanks to ObamaCare. Several thousand of the nation’s smallest business owners—sole proprietors and the self-employed—were kicked off their small-business plans by … Continue reading

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New Book Shows Transformational Impact of K-8 Scholarships

Rowman & Littlefield recently released Opportunity and Hope: Transforming Children’s Lives through Scholarships by prominent author Naomi Schaefer Riley. In her book, Ms. Riley profiles ten young men and women from across America whose lives have been improved through scholarships … Continue reading

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New Oregon Poll Results Kick Off National Employee Freedom Week

This Sunday marks the start of National Employee Freedom Week (NEFW), a grassroots campaign of 77 organizations in 44 states dedicated to helping union employees learn about their right to leave their unions. NEFW runs from August 10-16, 2014. To … Continue reading

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Freedom in Film: Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948)

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of square footage. Metro planners, take note: A spacious single-family home is part of the American Dream, and people can only suppress that desire for so long before the truth comes out. As relevant to … Continue reading

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