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The School-Choice Election Wave

Even Democrats are adapting to new political realities. By Corey DeAngelis Nov. 10, 2022 1:45 pm ET There may not have been a red wave or a blue wave, but there was a nationwide school-choice wave. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was the biggest victory of the night for parents. In 2018 William Mattox of the [...]

By |2022-11-11T12:10:02-04:00November 11th, 2022|Uncategorized|Comments Off on The School-Choice Election Wave

The Future Is on Today’s Ballot. Kind Of.

Derek Robertson November 8, 2022 Elections, you might have heard, have consequences. Today’s midterms obviously matter for hot-button issues like abortion, elections in their own right, and crypto, as my colleague Ben Schreckinger reported yesterday. Tech companies have plenty of interests, like privacy and antitrust, that could pivot with a change in Congress. [...]

By |2022-11-18T11:16:30-04:00November 8th, 2022|Press|Comments Off on The Future Is on Today’s Ballot. Kind Of.

Statehood Issue Adds Intensity to Puerto Ricans’ Vote | Commentary

Former U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen November 5, 2022 When you work in politics, you find out really early that the most important question you have to answer is what is a person’s “voting intensity” issue? You don’t get elected to Congress, or stay there very long, if you don’t figure [...]

By |2022-11-14T15:16:59-04:00November 7th, 2022|Press|Comments Off on Statehood Issue Adds Intensity to Puerto Ricans’ Vote | Commentary

Socially Diverse And Politically Conservative: Why Most Americans Move To Florida

Roslyn Layton October 31, 2022 Florida is now the third-largest state. One way we can look at policy is in the rearview mirror and doing a natural experiment to see where people move after elections. Florida has overcome New York to be the third largest state. Moreover, it’s economy is [...]

By |2022-10-31T16:32:03-04:00October 31st, 2022|Press|Comments Off on Socially Diverse And Politically Conservative: Why Most Americans Move To Florida

ESGs: Invest with Caution

Chloe Kauffman and Mason Robinson October 31, 2022 In recent years, a growing cohort of individual investors have been considering and participating in efforts to tie their asset portfolios to their political or social values, a practice known as ‘socially responsible investing’ (SRI). While SRI can be—and has been—employed in [...]

By |2022-11-08T15:22:19-04:00October 31st, 2022|Blog|Comments Off on ESGs: Invest with Caution

Why Kelo v. New London Is One of the Worst Supreme Court Decisions

Chloe Kauffman October 28, 2022 When the Supreme Court of the United States handed down its ruling in Kelo v. New London (2004), it went down as  of the worst economic-based decisions presented by the highest court in the land. It marked a significant expansion of government power over their [...]

By |2022-10-28T10:36:35-04:00October 28th, 2022|Blog|Comments Off on Why Kelo v. New London Is One of the Worst Supreme Court Decisions

How To Break the Cycle of Poverty

A recent report from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and the Institute for Family Studies (IFS) details the remarkable power of the “Success Sequence”  to generate upward mobility. The “Success Sequence” is a thoroughly researched, three-part formula for overcoming poverty: (1) complete at least a high school education, (2) get [...]

By |2022-10-18T09:23:46-04:00October 18th, 2022|Blog|Comments Off on How To Break the Cycle of Poverty

Will DeSantis’s revenge on Disney work?

In the culture war, figuring out how much government is too much government April 22, 2022 | 1:33 pm Written by: Taylor Millard The Walt Disney Company is going to need some special magic following two losses in the Florida state legislature. Florida’s House and Senate passed laws this week [...]

By |2022-06-02T11:25:46-04:00April 27th, 2022|Press|Comments Off on Will DeSantis’s revenge on Disney work?

The Economist: A peninsula that makes waves in policy formation

Florida has a history as a policy laboratory It is best known as the home of “Florida Man”, infamous for oddball residents committing dubious deeds involving alligators and the like. Yet Florida has a record of creating policies that catch on elsewhere. An early example came in 1889, when it [...]

By |2022-06-02T11:26:53-04:00April 4th, 2022|Press|Comments Off on The Economist: A peninsula that makes waves in policy formation

Heritage: Solving the Civics Crisis Begins at Home

As the election results in Virginia and elsewhere demonstrate, many parents are upset with how American history and civics are being taught in schools. And it’s hard to blame them. Some feel we are tearing down our nation’s past. Others believe we are not doing enough to tell the history [...]

By |2022-06-02T11:59:43-04:00November 10th, 2021|Press|Comments Off on Heritage: Solving the Civics Crisis Begins at Home
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