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    Having Their Cake…and Punishing Bakers Too

    posted December 7, 2017 by Jon Guze
    On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a case that will determine whether Colorado and other states…
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    The Scientific Method and Its Enemies

    posted November 30, 2017 by Jon Guze
    These days, if Karl Popper is remembered at all, he is usually remembered for The Open Society and Its Enemies—his blistering two-volume attack on the philosophical foundations of Fascism…
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    The Good and the Bad of the House and Senate Tax Bills

    posted November 30, 2017 by Dr. Roy Cordato
    I just came across this summary/comparison of the House and Senate’s tax reform proposals published by Forbes. It is really quite good at laying out the details in a…
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    From Start to Scale without Government

    posted November 16, 2017 by Joseph Coletti
    LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman has one of the best podcasts around, Masters of Scale. He recently interviewed Peter Thiel (transcript) about their shared experiences at PayPal and how…
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    Beware of Unintended Consequences of Telemedicine Parity Laws

    posted November 16, 2017 by Katherine Restrepo
    This week, the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services met to discuss a variety of policy issues, including telemedicine. Defined as “delivering health care at a distance,”…
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    Complacency Puts N.C. Charter School Movement At Risk

    posted November 16, 2017 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    Since the election of Republican legislative majorities in 2010, charter schools have enjoyed a winning streak of pro-charter legislation and policy.  Those victories included the removal of the 100-school cap,…

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