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The Washington Times
Hillary Clinton and Soviet-style educationregard to their individual aspirations. So, the moms may just have to keep figh
Hillary Clinton and Soviet-style education
The Washington Times / Posted 3 days ago
regard to their individual aspirations. So, the moms may just have to keep fighting for their right to direct their children’s education in 2017 and well beyond. • Robert Holland is a senior fellow for education policy with The Heartland Insti... Read more
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New York Post
Clinton’s awful plan to socialize collegeimportantly, it will give tremendous power to the government to force colleges
Clinton’s awful plan to socialize college
New York Post / Posted 3 days ago
importantly, it will give tremendous power to the government to force colleges to do as it pleases. Sounds like good deal for Clinton and the Democrats and a bad deal for everyone else. Justin Haskins is executive editor of The Heartland Insti... Read more
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Op-Ed News
The Tin Ear of Free Trade AdvocatesOne of my frequent foils on the matter recently directed me to this op-ed by ra
The Tin Ear of Free Trade Advocates
Op-Ed News / Posted 4 days ago
One of my frequent foils on the matter recently directed me to this op-ed by radio talk show host and senior fellow at the Heartland Institute, Ross Kaminsky. It is tellingly entitled "Trashing Free Trade Isn't Economics -- It's Pandering." Not... Read more
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The Washington Times
Democrats’ barriers to free speechinvestors and the public about the danger of climate changes. Right- and liber
Democrats’ barriers to free speech
The Washington Times / Posted 8 days ago
investors and the public about the danger of climate changes. Right- and libertarian-leaning policy centers — such as the Heartland Institute and Competitive Enterprise Institute — are also facing tough scrutiny. My employer, the National Center... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Obama's economic track record should be a strike against Clintonis a full $17,000 below where it should be if the economy was recovering at an
Obama's economic track record should be a strike against Clinton
Detroit Free Press / Posted 8 days ago
is a full $17,000 below where it should be if the economy was recovering at an average pace, according to a study by the Heartland Institute. This hurts Americans saving for the exorbitant costs of college and kills the dream of buying a new home... Read more
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The Washington Times
Unions blast charter school funds, Philly dummies dumpster divefollow closely to a per-pupil formula. Public schools pretend to do the latter.
Unions blast charter school funds, Philly dummies dumpster dive
The Washington Times / Posted 19 days ago
follow closely to a per-pupil formula. Public schools pretend to do the latter. Here is what some senior fellows at the Heartland Institute had to say about the lawsuit, which for brevity’s sake I refer to as El Centro de la Raza v.... Read more
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The Hill
Zero-emissions ‘compliance cars’ rear-end consumersconsumers do want to buy. Isaac Orr (iorr@heartland.org) is a research fellow
Zero-emissions ‘compliance cars’ rear-end consumers
The Hill / Posted 19 days ago
consumers do want to buy. Isaac Orr (iorr@heartland.org) is a research fellow for energy and environmental policy at The Heartland Institute. Follow him on Twitter @thefrackingguy. The views expressed by authors are their own and not the views... Read more
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Orange County Register
Millionaire sports team owners should pay for their own stadiumsby paying for their own stadiums that they alone earn the profits from. If they
Millionaire sports team owners should pay for their own stadiums
Orange County Register / Posted 21 days ago
by paying for their own stadiums that they alone earn the profits from. If they aren’t willing to do that, perhaps they should be the ones to leave town. Justin Haskins (jhaskins@heartland.org) is executive editor of The Heartlan... Read more
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The Washington Times
Republicans uphold parental rights, Democrats don’tthey prefer to have the independence to rear their children and educate them as
Republicans uphold parental rights, Democrats don’t
The Washington Times / Posted 21 days ago
they prefer to have the independence to rear their children and educate them as they see fit? That is one of the many large questions to be answered this November. • Robert Holland is a senior fellow for education policy with the Heartland Institu... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
From sex scandals to Karl Marx: 23 years of Bughouse Square Debate topicsShould Be The Future Of Public Education In Chicago?Speaker: Troy LaRaviere, Bl
From sex scandals to Karl Marx: 23 years of Bughouse Square Debate topics
Chicago Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
Should Be The Future Of Public Education In Chicago?Speaker: Troy LaRaviere, Blaine Elementary School vs. Bruno Behrend, Heartland Institute A Democratic Revolution From BelowSpeaker: A.J. Segneri, Foundation for a United Front The Chicago... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Smith in another global warming tiffand other organizations engaged in climate change denial. For example, accordi
Smith in another global warming tiff
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 26 days ago
and other organizations engaged in climate change denial. For example, according to a spokesman for the Chicago-based Heartland Institute, Exxon Mobil gave the self-described “nonprofit research organization” $736,500 between 1998 and 2006. A... Read more
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Daily Journal
COMMENTARY: 3 ways to address mental healthfinally be able to gain significant ground in the battle against mental illness
COMMENTARY: 3 ways to address mental health
Daily Journal / Posted 29 days ago
finally be able to gain significant ground in the battle against mental illness. Justin Haskins is executive editor of The Heartland Institute. Jacquelyn Corley is a neurological surgery resident at Duke University Medical Center and a member of... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Give special-needs kids best possible education: Columnbe denied the opportunity to learn in a way that fits his or her needs. Teresa
Give special-needs kids best possible education: Column
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 29 days ago
be denied the opportunity to learn in a way that fits his or her needs. Teresa Mull is a research fellow in education policy for The Heartland Institute. Contact her at tmull@heartland.org. Read or Share this story: http://on.thec-l.com... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Polish up your soapbox for Bughouse Square Debatesthe Chicago Principals and Administrators Association and perhaps future mayora
Polish up your soapbox for Bughouse Square Debates
Chicago Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
the Chicago Principals and Administrators Association and perhaps future mayoral candidate) debating Bruno Behrend of the Heartland Institute on "Public or Private? What Should Be the Future of Public Education in Chicago?" Saturday's main debate... Read more
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Salon.com
Addicted to fossil fuels: Renewable energy sources are becoming mainstream, but that doesn’t mean fossil fuels don’t ruleAnd that’s just to scratch the surface of corporate efforts to mislead the publ
Addicted to fossil fuels: Renewable energy sources are becoming mainstream, but that doesn’t mean fossil fuels don’t rule
Salon.com / Posted a month ago
And that’s just to scratch the surface of corporate efforts to mislead the public that have included the funding of the Heartland Institute and other climate-change-denying think tanks. Of course, nowhere is the determination to sustain fossil... Read more

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