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George S. Mack of The Life Sciences Report
Alan Leong has chosen to look for investments positioned in less obvious alcoves of the market. Interestingly, this concept could be a competitive advantage for retail investors. His niche markets include orphan, metabolic and animal companion medicine, as ...
Written by Celeste Busby
Another Reason For States To Back Out Of Common Core
Article 5 in a series on Common Core Standards by Celeste Busby
As far as curricula for Common Core (CC) goes, there are a couple of major issues that concern ...
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By the Obamacare Truth Squad
Written by TMLC
Karen Mersino, one of 14 female owners of for-profit companies challenging the HHS Mandate, is finally free to continue offering health insurance to her employees that does not cover contraceptives and abortion causing drugs. Reacting to the 6thCircuit Court’s order, she ...
Written by Bruce Deitrick Price
Historically, Socialism and Communism were sometimes synonyms. But generally there was a sense that Socialism was softer. If you had enough power, you moved on to Communism, which was more coercive.
One intellectual summed up the matter this way. Socialists persuade you with speeches. ...
Written by Michael Maharrey
Things just got a lot harder for federal health mandates in Georgia.
Today, a law that bans the state from participating in significant portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) went into full effect.
This represents the first step in the nullification of the federal act in Georgia. It certainly ...
Written by Eagle Forum
The “Secret Behind College Completion: Girls, Boys, and The Power of Eighth Grade Grades,” a research paper by two sociology professors from Ohio State and Columbia University, indicates that grades received in 8th grade through high school are a better predictor of college completion than are ...
Written by Celeste Busby
Originally published at the Virginia Free Citizen. Reprinted by permission
Article 4 in a series on Common Core Standards
Let’s use New York as an example, since it was one of the first states to implement Common Core State Standards(CCSS). Common Core information and methods have been taught there ...
Written by Lindsey Burke
School might be winding down for the summer, but states are putting on a crash course in how to reclaim education decision-making authority.
Last week marked a turning point in the fight to reverse the push for national standards and tests through Common Core.