A Beacon Center of Tennessee study finds that school choice scholarships would put control over education in the hands of parents and boost academic achievement based on results from similar progra
In June 2009, the U.S. House of Representatives passed “cap and trade,” aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 83 percent over the next four decades.
Nine months ago, President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, ushering in the largest-ever government intrusion into American’s health-care decisions.
A vast majority of Tennesseans believe their public school system needs changing, as found by a recent Vanderbilt University poll. Thankfully, state leaders don’t have to play a guessing game to determine which reforms would best serve Tennessee’s children.
A law that is not enforced might as well not exist. We see this in property rights, as well.
The state Senate recently voted to ensure that Tennesseans will not face an income tax in the future. The Senate is seeking to clarify that the state constitution outright prohibits an income tax. There is a solid chance the House of Representatives will do the same, beginning the process of putting the issue before voters in the November 2014 election.
In the run-up to his reelection campaign, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean promised voters that he would not raise their property taxes.
In the days before the new health care law passed Congress last year, then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi famously said that we would “have to pass the bill to find out what is in it.” Well, it ha