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Economic Fairness

"What constitutes fairness and justice has been debated for centuries," wrote Walter E. Williams, economics professor at George Masson University in Fairfax, Va., in his February 11, 2015 column. "Widespread agreement has proved to be elusive at best."

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Posted on 23 March 2015 Keep Reading...

Exceptional?

Is America exceptional?

That question is the center of the debate raging across our nation, with one side claiming that the concept of American exceptionalism is nothing more than a myth and the other defending an idea that has been a cornerstone of our identity ...

Posted on 19 March 2015 Keep Reading...

Bloom Named Trustee of PSERS

Here's Some Good News: CAP Member Named PSERS Trustee

March 18, 2015:

It is easy to get caught up in all the bad news. When you consider our new Governor's policy pronouncements so far, that's especially true. However, we wanted to bring some good news to your attention.
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Posted on 18 March 2015 Keep Reading...

Grove City College Gets a New President

In 1965, Russell Kirk, a man of letters and conservative commentator, wrote an essay entitled "The Rarity of the God Fearing Man." He lamented the fact that we as creatures generally no longer take our Creator-God seriously enough to have a proper reverential fear of Him. He observed that ...

Posted on 18 March 2015 Keep Reading...

IRA and ISIS Not the Same

'Twas a miracle.

How else can you explain the ability of one man – an Irishman, no less – to dampen St. Patrick's Day for so many? That's no easy feat, as the happy-go-lucky Irish have made St. Paddy's the most festive holiday of the year.

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Posted on 18 March 2015 Keep Reading...

No Man, No Problem

"Death solves all problems --- no man, no problem," declared Joseph Stalin, the dictator of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.) who consolidated his infamous reign of terror by executing political rivals and shipping opponents to forced labor camps.

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Posted on 17 March 2015 Keep Reading...

Of What Use Are Republican Majorities?

Recently, liberal Democrats and media attacked House Republicans for "risking a shutdown" by withholding a tiny fraction of Department of Homeland Security (DHS) funding.

Their hyperbole was dismissed by conservatives who paid attention during and since ...

Posted on 17 March 2015 Keep Reading...

To Win or Not to win, That is NOT The Question

Winning has commandeered the high calling of sports and coaching.

I walked into a Nike store with my kids and noticed the youth T-shirt table. I was shocked by what I saw: "Crushing You Will Be A Pleasure." "Thank You for Being Such a Gracious Loser." "I ...

Posted on 17 March 2015 Keep Reading...

Wolf Negotiates With Campaign Funders in Secret

For Immediate Release
Commonwealth Foundation
Contact: Cindy Hamill
(856) 607-4208

'Transparency' Governor Negotiates $3.8 Billion Contracts with Campaign Funders in Secret
Budget Secretary Evades Questions on Negotiations, Keeping Taxpayers in the ...

Posted on 17 March 2015 Keep Reading...

Cuccinelli, Barletta, Norquist, Hanna to Address PLC

SPECIAL NOTICE

The EARLY BIRD discount registration deadline has been EXTENDED to Monday, March 23rd.

Enter the Promo Code EARLY BIRD to receive $5.00 off the registration price.
You MUST ENTER the Promo Code to receive the ...

Posted on 17 March 2015 Keep Reading...

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