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Climate Change
April 13, 2018
A Climate Science Tutorial Prepared for Hon. William Alsup
Although completed too late to submit to the judge, this document stands on its own as a good primer on climate change.
Education
November 20, 2017
Strengthening America's Educational Safety Net
All students have unique skills, face unique challenges, and have unique needs. For many students, such needs are not met in standard government school classrooms and settings. These students are often described generally as "at-risk."
Constitutional Reform
October 31, 2017
Why the Constitution's 'Convention for Proposing Amendments' Is a Convention of the States
State lawmakers weighing whether to apply for a federal amendments convention are often asked, "How do you know an amendments convention is a convention of the states?"
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Climate Change
October 12, 2017
Will Global Warming Overflow the Chesapeake Bay?
Flooding problems in the Chesapeake Bay region— Maryland and Virginia in particular—are due not to climate-change-induced sea-level rise, but to land subsidence.
Energy
October 10, 2017
A Viewer’s Guide to NatGeo’s "From the Ashes": Why It Belongs in the Ashes
"From the Ashes" could have undone some of the damage caused by Gore’s movies and other recent movies that mislead rather than inform viewers. It is a shame that its producers had a different agenda.
Health Care
September 20, 2017
Don't Wait for Congress to Fix Health Care
States can implement real health care solutions today.

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Policy Briefs
April 13, 2018
By Jay Lehr, Kenneth Haapala, Patrick Moore, Patrick Frank
Although completed too late to submit to the judge, this document stands on its own as a good primer on climate change.
November 20, 2017
By Carl L. Brodt and Alan Bonsteel
All students have unique skills, face unique challenges, and have unique needs. For many students, such needs are not met in standard government school classrooms and settings. These students are often described generally as "at-risk."
October 31, 2017
By Rob Natelson
State lawmakers weighing whether to apply for a federal amendments convention are often asked, "How do you know an amendments convention is a convention of the states?"
October 12, 2017
By Roger Bezdek
Flooding problems in the Chesapeake Bay region— Maryland and Virginia in particular—are due not to climate-change-induced sea-level rise, but to land subsidence.
October 10, 2017
By James H. Rust, Edward Hudgins
"From the Ashes" could have undone some of the damage caused by Gore’s movies and other recent movies that mislead rather than inform viewers. It is a shame that its producers had a different agenda.
September 20, 2017
By Matthew Glans
States can implement real health care solutions today.
September 18, 2017
By Dennis E. Hedke
Fear of rising sea levels is not a justification for reducing carbon dioxide emissions or adopting policies that would have that effect.
September 11, 2017
By S. Fred Singer
Temperature data in dispute can reverse conclusions about human influence on climate.
July 18, 2017
By Rob Natelson
As the debt of the United States government continues to mount, efforts to add a balanced budget amendment (BBA) to the U.S. Constitution are gaining steam. But drafting such an amendment is not as easy as it sounds.
June 20, 2017
By Tim Benson
Although the idea has been around since the 1990s, education savings accounts (ESAs) are attracting increasing interest among school choice advocates and legislators who want every child to have a quality education.