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Trump Strikes Out In Rejecting Cuban Baseball Agreement | Opinion

by Markos Kounalakis
Thursday, April 11, 2019

Baseball is a colorful sport where bleacher bums spend entire games browbeating umps for making early-inning bad calls. President Trump has made a lot of bad calls during the past two years, but none is likely to incense the general public more than his decision to dump the Major League Baseball Cuban player agreement.

In the News

3M Sticks Together, As Rivals Break Apart

quoting Amit Seru via The Wall Street Journal
Thursday, April 11, 2019

[Subscription Required] As other sprawling corporations break up or shed assets, 3M Co. is doubling down on its future as a conglomerate. Peers such as United Technologies Corp. and DowDuPont Inc. are splitting up. General Electric Co. is shrinking. Arconic Inc., cleaved off three years ago from the aluminum giant that was Alcoa, plans to dump more units this year.

 

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Area 45: A Healthier America With Health And Human Services Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan

interview with Eric Harganvia Area 45
Thursday, April 11, 2019

How to increase longevity and healthy living, and reduce unintentional injuries, overdoses, and deaths.

Interviews

Michael Petrilli & Chester Finn Jr.: Is Checker Going Soft On “Social And Emotional Learning”?

interview with Michael J. Petrilli, Chester E. Finn Jr.via Education Gadfly
Thursday, April 11, 2019

Hoover Institution fellows Michael Petrilli and Chester Finn discuss with David Griffith, his new paper with Rick Hess, how the social and emotional learning movement can avoid going off the rails.

Analysis and Commentary

David Davenport: Campus Politics Are More Dangerous Than Bribes

by David Davenportvia Townhall Review
Thursday, April 11, 2019

Parents paying to get their children into elite colleges has shocked the nation. Meanwhile, a more prevalent and more insidious problem—campus politics and intolerance—goes unnoticed.

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The Libertarian: The Reparations Debate

interview with Richard A. Epsteinvia The Libertarian
Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Is there a case for compensating those touched by slavery’s legacy?

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The Appropriate Role Of Government

by Milton Friedmanvia PolicyEd
Thursday, February 7, 2019

Milton Friedman, Hoover Institution Senior Research Fellow and Nobel Laureate, discusses how there are times when the government can become involved without infringing upon political freedom and autonomy. If two individuals enter into a business, most likely they will both benefit from it; however, there are cases in which a business can impose a cost on another individual without providing reparation. In this case, the government can become involved if markets are unable to compensate for the harm they’ve imposed.

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Getting Work Done in Congress, with Josh Hawley and Michael Waltz

interview with Josh Hawley, Michael Waltzvia Uncommon Knowledge
Monday, April 8, 2019

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Senator Josh Hawley and representative Michael Waltz discuss their first terms in Congress and how much more they still want to accomplish.

In the News

Palo Alto Woman Sparks National Furor After Berating A Man Wearing A Maga Hat In Starbucks

quoting Morris P. Fiorinavia Mercury News
Thursday, April 4, 2019
A Palo Alto woman’s tirade against a 74-year-old man wearing a Make America Great Again hat inside a Starbucks has sparked a social media firestorm and national debate about whether her actions reflect this country’s political divide or simply epitomize out-of-bounds extremism.
Analysis and Commentary

Boudreaux On Mandatory Paid Parental Leave

by David R. Hendersonvia EconLog
Thursday, April 4, 2019
Over at CafeHayek, George Mason University economist Donald Boudreaux, a frequent commenter on this blog, has been in an interesting conversation with two scholars at the American Enterprise Institute. His first post was an open letter to economist Aparna Mathur. She didn’t reply but her colleague Angela Rachidi, whose Ph.D. is in public policy, did.

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