Former US Representative Frank Wolf and two other religious freedom experts address how American foreign policy leaders should tackle religious persecution in Iraq and around the globe.
Here’s today’s assortment of graphs, a Venn diagram, some links about Uber, minimum wage, markets in everything, 3D printing, active vs. passive management and more.
The Cage-Busting Teacher aims to offer practical advice to educators to help them elevate their voices in decisions that affect their work, schools, and students. But is Rick Hess just another countless person sitting in the ivory tower without portable ideas?
If we want to turn around the depressing education statistics, we need serious change in the American education system.
In On the Margin’s seventh annual survey of public opinion on tax issues, Bowman and Sims discuss current polls on the IRS, tax reform, the tax burden, and the president’s tax policies.
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Here’s a great collection of ten classic Milton Friedman quotations on the free market, greed, the social responsibility of business, drug legalization, and more.
The decline of heavy industry in Scotland plus the free market and anti-union policies of Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative governments in 1979-90 made her party anathema in much of Scotland.
Whether recruited in Iran or Afghanistan, the presence of an Afghan Shi‘ite force in Damascus suggests significant Iranian assistance with regard to logistics.
When Iraqi Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani meets with President Barack Obama he is expected to request more direct assistance and weaponry in the fight against ISIS. There are many questions that President Obama and Congress should ask the Kurdish leader.
Antipathy toward Israel remains an ideological pillar of the Islamic Republic of Iran and its Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.