Advocates, policymakers, and conservative reformers should understand charter-school and private-school choice initiatives as part of a paradigm shift, not merely as discrete programs.
Advocates policymakers and conservative reformers should understand charterschoo

The structure of educational revolutions

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From Bloomberg: At the autonomous driving startup Starsky Robotics, the present and future of US employment ride in the same cab.
From Bloomberg At the autonomous driving startup Starsky Robotics the present and

These Truckers Work Alongside the Coders Trying to Eliminate Their Jobs

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Thad Lucken
In 1964, President Lyndon Johnson introduced the War on Poverty to "cure" and "prevent" destitution in the United States. Was the initiative successful? Arth...
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War on Poverty: Did we win or lose? | IN 60 SECONDS

In 1964, President Lyndon Johnson introduced the War on Poverty to "cure" and "prevent" destitution in the United States. Was the initiative successful? Arth...

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Nemo Stone
Dave Ridge
Dominick Attisani
In Ohio, some coroners have run out of space for the bodies of overdose victims and have to use a mobile, refrigerated morgue. In West Virginia, state burial funds have been exhausted burying overdose victims.
Richard Deatherage
John Korepta
Rock Spencer
As long as intersectional theory goes unchallenged, campus fanaticism will intensify, says Christina Hoff Sommers / The Factual Feminist.
As long as intersectional theory goes unchallenged campus fanaticism will intensify says

The Threat to Free Speech

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Tom McMorrow
Ian Pitchford
Thad Lucken
Health care legislating ain’t pretty. In many cases, it’s downright coyote ugly.
Health care legislating ain’t pretty In many cases it’s downright coyote ugly

“I’ve Seen Enough”

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Senators from states that expanded coverage under the ACA are pressing to continue that funding as long as possible. Senators from non-expansion states are more willing to roll back federal support without a lengthy transition.
Senators from states that expanded coverage under the ACA are pressing to

A better resolution to the Medicaid expansion divide

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Thad Lucken
Donald Tutwiler
Donald Tutwiler
If foreign vessels were able to ship oil from Gulf Coast ports to East Coast refineries, it would save American consumers about $1 billion annually.
If foreign vessels were able to ship oil from Gulf Coast ports

This 97-year-old regulatory law is costing you money

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Mary Fink
Donnie Sears
Alex Wagner
The nation has weathered drug epidemics before, but the current affliction — a new plague for a new century, in the words of Nicholas Eberstadt — is different.
The nation has weathered drug epidemics before but the current affliction a

Taking On the Scourge of Opioids

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California is the center of a campaign to make pension funds divest from fossil fuels, which would lead to stunning losses of up to $3 trillion for public employees looking to retire. But that's not even the worst of it.
California is the center of a campaign to make pension funds divest

The Immorality Of The Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign

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Luis Noriega
Greg Patterson
Jerry Ware
In most states, there’s a dearth of data on how apprentices fare in the workforce. One exception: Florida.
In most states theres a dearth of data on how apprentices fare

Apprenticeships can help trump America's bachelor's-or-bust culture

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Moe Khodajo
How was 80% of the world’s worst poverty eradicated in less than 40 years? Free market capitalism.
How was 80 of the worlds worst poverty eradicated in less than
Ahmed Imamovic
Daphne McKee Little
Sean Monaghan
We need Amazon, Google, Apple, and the rest to help rethink and remake the physical economy — from groceries to gastroenterology.
We need Amazon Google Apple and the rest to help rethink and

Will Washington allow Amazon to boost productivity?

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When it comes to living your best life, Aristotle was way ahead of Oprah.
When it comes to living your best life Aristotle was way ahead of Oprah

Aristotle on Economics and the Flourishing Life

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Moe Khodajo
A little more than 800 years ago this month, on a reedy stretch of riverbank in southern England, the most important bargain in the history of the human race was struck.
A little more than 800 years ago this month on a reedy

Magna Carta: Eight Centuries of Liberty

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Larry Brimm
Karin Schoonmaker Fullam
Gene Wisdom
Like it or not, discontent is the trigger for ingenuity and growth.
Like it or not discontent is the trigger for ingenuity and growth

Tech progress makes us discontented. And that's OK!

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Christine Baker
If Bill Gates distributed his $89 billion fortune equally among the world’s 7.5 billion people, everyone would receive only $12.The whole exercise would be largely pointless. The same goes for student loan refinancing.
If Bill Gates distributed his 89 billion fortune equally among the worlds

Refinancing isn't the solution to student loan woes

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Jon Angeli
Tom McMorrow
Thad Lucken
Last year, emissions from the electric power sector fell to the lowest level in nearly 30 years, thanks to innovation. How much further will carbon emissions from U.S. power plants have to fall to calm the environmental doomsayers?
Last year emissions from the electric power sector fell to the lowest

Energy progress is already here

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Scott Prestwood
James Taber
Delbert Gegelman
Some progressives are calling for a large-scale, public jobs program through which government supplies everyone a job. But the more you look at the program, the more it seems like a bridge to nowhere.
Some progressives are calling for a largescale public jobs program through which

Against a guaranteed jobs program

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Dawn Dean
Dave Wu
Dan Leo Dukhin
Millennials are taking a dizzying array of paths into adulthood. But, according to W. Bradford Wilcox, one path is more likely to lead away from poverty and to the American Dream.
Tom McMorrow