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Pope Francis conducts a mass before presenting palliums to Archbishops in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican June 29, 2015. Reuters

Can reduced wealth yield environmental improvement?

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The results are in! According to the 2015 Schooling in America Survey, Americans feel negatively about the current direction of K-12 education, but approve of school choice reforms.

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President Barack Obama meets with senior Defense Department, national security advisors and military leadership regarding the campaign against ISIL, at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., July 6, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Violent ideologies are defeated by both guns and better ideas.

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Given the limits of public budgets, we shouldn’t allow the current focus on banishing student debt through increased spending to overshadow established bipartisan ideas that might achieve similar goals but at little to no cost to taxpayers.

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AEI president and New York Times best-selling author Arthur Brooks declares that it is time for a new conservative movement — one where fighting poverty, promoting equal opportunity, celebrating earned success, and valuing spiritual enlightenment are embraced as universal goals.

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Republican presidential candidate U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) speaks at the First in the Nation Republican Leadership Conference in Nashua, New Hampshire April 17, 2015. Reuters

Innovation and education will empower the US middle class to turn challenges from globalization and automation into opportunity.

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A wholesale rejection of any active role for American foreign policy is unwise and reckless, and would ultimately jeopardize libertarian principles of individual freedom.

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Discussion on the recent turmoil in Chinese and Greece stock markets.

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Too much crony capitalism, not enough competitive capitalism.

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There are two essential questions for the future of energy: Will the PRC continue to accept, however grudgingly, the world order in most of its dimensions, or more aggressively try to reshape it in accordance with its own perceived interests?

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