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The ample opportunities provided by the Internet and social media are redefining the complexity of personal privacy
D.C. public schools are right to explore merit-based pay for teachers.
Budget-cutting orthodoxy could mean harming programs that are vital to the United States” long-term economic health.
Once the economy recovers, states should be required to maintain larger rainy day funds or risk losing federal money.
ACTA may not be perfect, but it would offer greater protection for intellectual property rights—a direct benefit for American companies, American jobs, and American consumers.
Are American's colleges really preparing graduates for the modern economy?
Innovation economics offers more useful policy proposals for shrinking the budget deficit than neoclassical economics
Much of what passes for conventional wisdom on climate change is in fact either wrong or significantly exaggerated.
Some advocates are miffed about the process underway to clarify the FCC's role as a broadband regulator, but they shouldn't be.
Policymakers should give insurers the freedom they need to find the most innovative health IT applications available.