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Five Ideas for Education Reform

The topic of education reform seems to be highly politicized. I know what you’re thinking:  If you’re a Republican, you’re probably screaming about vouchers and standardized testing in your head, right now.  If you’re a Democrat, you’re probably screaming about, … Continue reading

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At the Intersection of Gay Rights Boulevard and Religious Freedom Way

In the wake of this week’s landmark decisions by the Supreme Court striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and invalidating legal challenges to uphold California’s Proposition 8, the LGBT community is celebrating loudly and proudly.  The cause of … Continue reading

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On Political Stalemate

The fundamental purpose of government is to govern.  That word, govern, is a verb.  By its nature, it implies doing something — as in, taking some sort of action.  Why do our political leaders seem incapable of doing anything, even at a … Continue reading

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