John Locke Update / Impact Newsletter


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Hawaiians rarely have to worry about winter coats, but that didn’t stop the Hawaii Reporter from picking up John Hood’s Christmas tale about winter coats. It exposes differences among charity, enterprise, and modern government. The same newspaper also highlighted JLF project management specialist Paul Messino’s dissection of the problems linked to perpetual patching of the flawed Alternative Minimum Tax.

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