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So Many Anecdotes!

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On December 10, 2007
In response to Robert Maranto’s editorial, Donald Douglas of Long Beach City College spills his guts and exposes the leftist cesspool of higher education: Maranto’s discussion rings very true in my own circumstances. I became a 9/11 Republican after my own participation on an Iraq panel on March 19, 2003. Since then, I’ve had open […]

More on Vouchers

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On November 2, 2007
Laura McKenna: OK, a little poking around found that the Cleveland voucher is now worth up to $5,000 per student, which is much closer to what the average per student funding is for public school students. And no schools have popped up. It’s actually really expensive to run a school. The only way to break […]

Vouchers For What?

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On November 1, 2007

As a follow-up to the debate that various TAPPEDers and ex-TAPPEDers are having with respect to conservertarian claims about the efficacy of school vouchers, this from Justice Stevens’s dissent

A good idea gone bad.

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On October 29, 2007

From Slate’s XX Factor: Following the kerfuffle over birth control for the Hanna Montana set, health officials in Portland, Maine, have agreed to report “all illegal sexual activity involving

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