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colorful waving flag of colorado state on a american dollar money background. finance concept
colorful waving flag of colorado state on a american dollar money background. finance concept

A State’s Most Strategic Plan — Universal School Choice

No other strategic plan can benefit a state more than implementing universal school choice. With Arizona making the leap first, other states will look on with watchful eyes and take notes. We may be witnessing the first step in a revolution with unlimited positive potential for states that follow suit. Read More ›
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Kitchen waste recycling in composter
Kitchen waste recycling in composter

Composting the Dead Devalues the Importance of the Living

Starting in 2027, California will allow composting of the dead. Known officially as “natural organic reduction (NOR),” this novel final disposition process transforms the deceased’s body into soil to spread on gardens or in which to plant flowers or a tree. Read More ›
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Money for the game Monopoly by Hasbro on a white background.
Money for the game Monopoly by Hasbro on a white background.

The Monopolies of Education

Monopolies are seldom efficient or effective. With three monopolies built into our current K-12 public education system, it's not hard to understand why the system is failing the majority of children. Read More ›
Superabundance

Superabundance in the Washington Times

Escaping grinding deprivation has been the aspiration of humanity since the dawn of time. Now that many of the planet’s peoples are blessed with sufficient means of survival — and some with plenty — a trendy narrative threatens to turn the dream into a nightmare. Read More ›
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United States Constitution with quill, glasses and candle holder
United States Constitution with quill, glasses and candle holder

Constitution Day: Liberty Once Lost May be Lost Forever

Constitution Day, which falls on September 17, is the national observance holiday that most Americans have never heard of. Yet this year, 2022, it may well be our most important holiday to understand, for almost all our most pressing national problems today are a result of corruption and departure from governance and law enforcement consistent with the Constitution. Read More ›
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corn field with sunset at countryside

Forbes: Teach the Truth and Superabundance

In Superabundance, economists Gale Pooley and Marian Tupy show just how extraordinarily better off Americans are today than we were even a few decades ago—and how remarkably our well-being has improved over time. Read More ›
Scott Powell and Frank Gaffney

Scott Powell on Securing America with Frank Gaffney

Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Scott Powell joined Frank Gaffney’s TV program Securing America with Frank Gaffney to go over a wide array of topics. The two of them discussed some of the inflammatory rhetoric from President Biden’s “Soul of the Nation” speech, the limits of globalism, whether the United States is really a “Democracy,” and much more. Watch Part 1 Read More ›