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Common Core Bringing People Together…

 
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Common Core Bringing People Together…

… against it, as a wide coalition continues to push to rid education of this latest federal assault. Politico looks at actions on the local level challenging adoption of the Common Core: School districts from New Hampshire to Oregon are revolting against the coming Common Core tests. Even as political leaders in both red and […]


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It doesn’t know when to stop.

While some find growing mistrust in government officials and institutions alarming, George Will recently countered that worry by stating on a Fox News panel, “I think we have much more to fear from excessive faith in government than from too little faith in government.” He succinctly but powerfully describes some of the reasons this lack […]


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But muh exports!

As the debate over the Export-Import Bank’s future continues (C4L supports allowing it to expire), Washington Examiner Senior Political Columnist (and LPAC 2014 speaker) Tim Carney debunks another of the doom-and-gloom pronouncements, writing: The academic literature on this suggests that a large majority of exports that receive government-backed financing would happen anyway without the financing.¬†This […]


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It deserves more than an “FYI.”

LPAC 2014 speaker Jim Antle has a piece on Rare reiterating both the reason why the Founders entrusted Congress with “the question of war” and why the argument that the rest of the government can do what it wants – and rely on the judiciary to sort out the constitutionality of it all later – […]


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LPAC 2014 room block at the Hilton

Our LPAC 2014 room block at the conference’s location, the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia, runs through this Monday! After that, any remaining rooms will be released to the general public. To reserve a room in our block, you must use the link provided at this page on our LPAC website: lpac.com/hotel-information/. Wednesday […]


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