Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Normandy District and Creative Destruction

The fate of the Normandy School District is very much in question. But for all of the uncertainty and upheaval the district is going through, School Choice is working as intended. Proponents of School Choice talk of applying “free market … Continue reading

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The War on Poverty and Out of Wedlock Births

The 50th anniversary of Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty is generating numerous conversations about poverty and the government’s role in social change. But we are avoiding the one conversation we need to have: the impact of changing social norms around … Continue reading

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Liberty, License and Legalization

With the legalization of recreational marijuana use in Colorado and Washington State, the U.S. has once again extended individual liberty. But yet again it feels as if we have deferred the conversation on individual responsibility. We enjoy amazing individual liberty … Continue reading

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