Assessing baseline trust in Republican and Democratic leadership is useful when assessing prospects for Trump proposals, especially when it comes to education. A quick review of the relevant data suggests that, regarding education, Americans have historically trusted Democrats more than Republicans.
Several music milestones were established last year: Streaming music platforms generated the majority of US music sales for the first time in history, and the 25-year reign of CDs as the single-most popular music format ended, as paid music subscriptions rose to become the No. 1 format.
As we observe Earth Day on Saturday (April 22), we should appreciate the fact that Americans get most of their plentiful, affordable energy directly from the Earth’s “natural environment” in the form of fossil fuels (coal, natural gas, and petroleum).
Tom Miller offers his thoughts on the state of the individual market and potential policy fixes.
In order to promote economic growth, Congress needs to lessen financial regulation especially on smaller financial institutions.
FDA regulations on vaping products must change so that reduced risk products can get to smokers without needless delay. It is important that appealing quality products exist; who makes them is not.
What’s the purpose of school reform? What constitutes meaningful reform? What is “reform,” anyway? One challenge is that we come at this with different answers to these questions, which makes it pretty easy to misunderstand or talk past one another.
Denial is alive and well amongst certain Labour voters in UK. In an extraordinary outburst, Labour leader’s brother, Piers Corbyn, claims the BBC, Britain’s public TV service, is “evil” in doing all it can to deny his brother victory in the June 8 General Election.