SEPTEMBER 2011 Featured Articles
ADVISING REAGAN: MAKING ECONOMIC POLICY THAT MAKES SENSE
AS A VETERAN OF FOUR ADMININSTRATION, THE AUTHOR WAS WELL-SUITED TO SERVE AS CHAIRMAN OF PRES. RONALD REAGAN'S COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS, A GROUP THAT HELPED LAUNCH THE GREATEST REVOLUTION OF PROSPERITY OUR NATION HAS EVER EXPERIENCED.
DIVERSITY IN THE ACADEMY: IN ALL BUT IDEAS
"COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATORS AND FACULTY THROUGHOUT THE U.S. CANNOT RECONCILE THEIR SUPPORT FOR DIVERSITY WITH THEIR DISCRIMINATORY POLICIES AGAINST CONSERVATIVES, AND THERE IS NO SOURCE MOTIVATING THEM TO DO SO."
PERHAPS THE STATES CAN SAVE US
"AT A TIME SUCH AS THIS, WHEN PRINCIPLED CONSERVATIVES DO NOT CONTROL THE REINS OF POWER IN WASHINGTON, STATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL BECOME THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE AGAINST FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OVERREACH."
TEN YEARS LATER, THE WOUNDS REMAIN OPEN
"THE WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE IS NOW ONE OF THE MOST HISTORIC PLACES IN AMERICA. WHAT A SHAME IT WOULD BE FOR KIDS TO VISIT NEW YORK CITY, WALK BY THE GROUND ZERO CONSTRUCTION SITE, AND NEVER UNDERSTAND WHAT HAPPENED THERE."

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