The historical record is clear: Everywhere it has been tried, socialism has done harm. It’s a cautionary tale that should be taught to every new generation.
We have the oldest, and I would argue, the most comprehensive and dynamic school choice system in the country. Maybe it’s time to shout that fact from the rooftops and let the country know of our role in “the civil rights issue of our time.”
Out of the devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria came an opportunity to reform the ailing education system on the island.
The U.S. must stop pouring more tax dollars into a failing education system without improving the system itself. Taking a cue from international leaders in encouraging vocational training through the use of education savings accounts would help us do just that.
The federal government is not responsible for leading the coal and nuclear industries out of the doldrums. Nor is it able to — experience shows that subsidizing industry only dulls the effects of bad policy only as long as the subsidies last.
According to a recently released survey, Americans are woefully uneducated about the most basic facts of our history, to the point where most couldn’t even pass a basic citizenship test.
It is an honor to have the newest of the Virginia class of submarines named after the Green Mountain State. It is the first time since 1920 when the second USS Vermont was decommissioned that a ship will bear the name Vermont.
“Patriotism” and “sovereignty” are now dirty words. That’s what one Washington Post editor said in response to President Donald Trump’s United Nations speech on Tuesday.
The Soviet Union did not free the world of tyranny in World War II. It merely helped defeat one evil while ruthlessly attempting to supplant it with another one.
You can find examples like these in every state. Yet efforts to put in place even the simplest policies to increase election security is met with stiff resistance and cries of “disenfranchisement.”
The GMCB’s attempt to use the certificate-of-need process to chasten Gifford for senior housing that addresses, in its own words, “an identified need” too quickly is an example of all that is superfluous about CON.