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Don’t Envy Rihanna’s Billion Dollar Empire. Celebrate It!
Rihanna’s rise from a poor immigrant from Barbados to global star to billionaire entrepreneur reveals the enduring power and reality of the American Dream
Jon Miltimore | August 11, 2021
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California COVID-19 Policies Are Still Hurting Students
Students should have been the first group of Americans allowed to return to regular behavior, so why are restrictions still in place?
Conor Norris | July 6, 2021
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Why Do Colleges Seem to Dislike Men?
The tale of the disappearing collegiate male
Richard Vedder | June 29, 2021
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How Equity Breeds Mediocrity and Stifles Achievement
By disincentivizing academic success the pursuit of equity rewards failure
Kevin Boyd | May 25, 2021
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Young Students Continue to Suffer from School Closures
The effects of school closures are felt most by the children across the nation
Michael Huling | April 14, 2021
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L.A. Teachers Reopen Schools for Childcare Subsidy
The demand by the Los Angeles teachers union to supply teachers with taxpayer-funded child care subsidies is part of an ongoing effort by unions to influence public policy
Kerry McDonald | April 11, 2021
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Woke Educators Declare Objective Math White Supremacy
Here’s how parents can push back on the alarming ideology that’s infecting our children’s classrooms
Kerry McDonald | March 15, 2021
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Walter Williams: Steadfast Scholar, Missionary of Freedom
Thank you, Walter Williams, for your steadfastness from start to finish
Lawrence W. Reed | December 7, 2020
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Cancelling Student Debt Benefits Top 20% Over Lower 20%
Student debt forgiveness would overwhelmingly benefit the most well off in America, new economic research shows
Brad Polumbo | December 5, 2020