Government

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When is it too late to blow the whistle on fraud?

By Mary Reichard
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Supreme Court | The Supreme Court is considering a case that touches on one of the government’s longstanding fraud-fighting tools to encourage people in-the-know to report…

Judge halts Obama’s immigration action

By J.C. Derrick
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Immigration | Federal judge in Texas issues temporary injunction to allow states’ lawsuit to proceed

States press forward with 20-week abortion bans

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | Twenty-week abortion bans made progress through two state legislatures last week, just three weeks after leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives nixed…

A healthcare plan we can get behind?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Healthcare | One of President Obama’s jibes at members of the opposition party is that all they can do is obstruct. “The Party of No,” according to him, has…

Connecticut commission recommends homeschooling restrictions

By Andrew Branch
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Homeschooling | A Connecticut task force formed after the Newtown shooting is recommending a new policy that would allow the state to keep a close eye on homeschoolers and…

New Mexico moves to cut off driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants

By Mark Moland
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Immigration | New Mexico’s House of Representatives on Thursday voted to repeal a 12-year-old law granting driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. Mike Lonergan,

Rules on top of rules for teachers who teach teachers

By Emily Scheie
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Education | A government proposal to further regulate teacher training has drawn accusations of federal overreach, unfairness, and careless spending from conservative…

Mississippi and West Virginia maintain country’s strictest vaccination laws

By Laura Edghill
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Health | Vaccine-wary parents in Mississippi and West Virginia must continue to comply with mandatory immunization rules for their children to be eligible to attend…

Midday Roundup: Trial of Chris Kyle’s accused killer starts today

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Sniper trial. The man charged with the murder of former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, whose story is told in the blockbuster movie American Sniper , goes on trial today…

Will school choice gain ground under new education proposals?

By Emily Scheie
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Education | Both houses of Congress hope soon to pass a bill fixing or replacing the federal education law No Child Left Behind (NCLB). While standardized testing and…

From science to scientism in the Obama era

From science to scientism in the Obama era

By John G. West
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Science | An excerpt from the newly updated edition of John G. West’s Darwin Day in America

Good-bye, RadioShack

By Marvin Olasky
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Business | Isn’t it strange that those favoring expansion of progress-reducing government agencies call themselves “progressives”? Let’s juxtapose that curiosity…

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