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The Only Way to Reform the Farm Bill

Daren Bakst
September 10, 2013

In this post at the Foundry, Daren Bakst writes that the best option before Congress is an extension of the 2008 farm bill.

Countdown to Obamacare Exchanges

Amy Payne
September 3, 2013

In this Morning Bell, at the Foundry, Amy Payne asserts that as we approach the implementation of Obamacare, the levels of participation in various states is mixed.  Payne writes:

Is America Still the Land of Labor?

David Azerrad
September 2, 2013

In this post at the Foundry, David Azerrad contends that for all the talk these days of how to revive our supposedly moribund 

Obama Grants Amnesty to Illegal Immigrants Without Congress

Jessica Zuckerman
August 30, 2013

In this post at The Foundry, Jessica Zuckerman notes that, 

America's Opportunity for All

Matthew Spaulding
August 19, 2013

Too many Americans are either out of work or have altogether given up looking for employment.

Free America’s Workers from Outdated Labor Laws

Matthew Spaulding
August 27, 2013

In this selection of a pamphlet from Heritage, the author argues that the laws are outdted to regulate the nation's workforce.

Should We Delay or Defund Obamacare?

Marguerite Higgins
August 26, 2013

In this post at the Foundry, the author asserts that, delaying Obamacare is not enough. It is far more than the individual mandate, the employer mandate, and the new entitlement spending.

When You Can’t Actually Keep Your Health Care Plan

Alyene Senger
August 22, 2013

In this revealing post at The Foundry, Alyene Senger points out that there are cruel realities to the health care act recently passed and held constitutional:

Morning Bell: The Imperial President Will Act on His Own

Matt Grinney
August 13, 2013

In this Morning Bell at the Foundry, Matt Grinney asserts that the American Presidency is becoming imperialistic:

As Detroit Goes, So Goes the Nation

Rachel Greszler, and Alison Acosta Fraser
August 5, 2013

In this posting at the Foundry, the authors assert that, Detroit is the poster child for economic decline. The city’s policies and politics over the past half-century sho

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