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Ann Coens
· March 16, 2014
I listen every Sunday morning and just love it. Jack, you have done a wonderful job over the years. God Bless You !!!! And EVERYONE, please vote for Bruce Rauner for our new governor in Illinois.... We need a big change here!! Ann See More
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Sometimes Alarmists Accurately Describe Climate Evidence written by H. Sterling Burnett February 17, 2018 About Latest Posts H. Sterling BurnettManaging Editor, Environment & Climate News at The Heartland InstituteH. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D. is managing editor of Environment & Climate News and a rese...
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Congressional Oversight Weeds Out Corrupt International Junk Science written by Jeff Stier February 17, 2018 About Latest Posts Follow MeJeff StierPolicy Advisor at The Heartland InstituteJeff Stier is a Senior Fellow at the Consumer Choice Center. He is also a policy advisor to The Heartland Instit...
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Let the Climate Debate Begin! written by Tom Harris February 16, 2018 About Latest Posts Tom HarrisTom Harris is executive director of the International Climate Science Coalition and a policy advisor for environment policy at The Heartland Institute. He has 30 years’ experience working as a mechan...
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In The Tank (ep127) – CPAC, Worst Colleges for Free Speech, and LoveGov written by Donald Kendal February 16, 2018 http://www.heartland.org/_template-assets/documents/Podcasts/ITTe127.mp3 About Latest Posts Follow MeDonald KendalGraphic Designer at The Heartland InstituteKendal is responsible for ...
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Why School Choice Will Continue to Grow in Popularity written by Teresa Mull February 16, 2018 About Latest Posts Teresa MullResearch fellow at The Heartland InstituteTeresa Mull is the managing editor for Heartland's School Reform News. Mull says her appreciation for quality education came while sh...
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Wildfires Are Normal, But They Are Not New written by H. Sterling Burnett February 15, 2018 About Latest Posts H. Sterling BurnettManaging Editor, Environment & Climate News at The Heartland InstituteH. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D. is managing editor of Environment & Climate News and a research fellow fo...
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Massachusetts Becomes Dumber So the Rest of Us Can Be Smarter written by Robert Holland February 14, 2018 About Latest Posts Follow MeRobert HollandSenior Fellow at The Heartland InstituteRobert Holland, a journalist and author who has championed school choice throughout his career, is a Heartland I...
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Here’s How State Legislators Can FINALLY Fix The National Debt In 2018 written by Jesse Hathaway February 14, 2018 About Latest Posts Jesse HathawayJesse Hathaway is the managing editor of the Budget & Tax News Heartland publication. Before joining the Heartland Institute, Hathaway worked for Medi...
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Teachers Unions Say Each Teacher Costs Schools $100,000 But Unions Still Want MORE Money written by Teresa Mull and Lennie Jarratt February 14, 2018 About Latest Posts Teresa Mull and Lennie Jarratt Latest posts by Teresa Mull and Lennie Jarratt (see all) Teachers Unions Say Each Teacher Costs Schoo...
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Grad rates have become the education establishment’s Potemkin village https://californiapolicycenter.org/grad-rates-become-educa…/

A couple of months ago, the education establishment told us that “U.S. Graduation Rate Hits New All-Time High, With Gains in All Student Groups.” But in the real world this is nothing more than a façade – a Potemkin village. Some schools improve their graduation numbers by conveniently omitti...
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The Constitution’s ‘Poetic’ Preamble https://spectator.org/the-constitutions-poetic-preamble/

The person most responsible for the Constitution’s final form was Gouverneur Morris. The Preamble, which begins with “We the People,” is one of the world’s most recognizable bits of prose — prose that, at least in some ways, approaches poetry. Morris had been well educated in poetics. At K...
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Dental Therapists Can Soothe Florida’s Dental Shortage Pains written by Tim Benson and Charlie Katebi February 13, 2018 About Latest Posts Tim Benson and Charlie Katebi Latest posts by Tim Benson and Charlie Katebi (see all) Dental Therapists Can Soothe Florida’s Dental Shortage Pains - February...
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Kentucky is considering a proposal that, if passed, would significantly reform the state’s net-metering program, which was established in 2004. Under current Kentucky law, households with their own electricity generation source, also called “distributed generation,” can sell the excess, unused...
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Virginia Should Embrace Full Certificate of Public Need Repeal https://www.heartland.org/…/research--commentary-virginia-s…

In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans examines certificate of need reform in Virginia and the need for full repeal and not a piecemeal approach.
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Education Income Tax Credits Would Benefit Colorado Students https://www.heartland.org/…/research--commentary-education-…

A proposal that would establish scholarship tax credits for parents sending their children to a private school has been introduced in the Colorado State Senate. Under the proposed program, which would begin in 2019, parents whose children are leaving the public school system or are entering the publ...
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