Louisiana is one of 10 states with leaders seeking to oppose greater federal debt with the first ever state initiated constitutional amendment.
Legal scholars claim Judge Vinson’s ruling against ObamaCare in Florida can apply nationwide. Gov. Jindal the U.S. Supreme Court to put an end to the federal law.
“The political turmoil sweeping across countries like Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, and Tunisia has resulted in rising oil and gasoline prices, increased inflation, devalued currencies, and diminishing stock values… Unfortunately for U.S. consumers, no one is taking action to alleviate the strain on their pocketbook.”
Harvard’s Graduate School of Education releases “Pathways to Prosperity”, a study which aims to have educators place a stronger emphasis on vocational and occupational degrees, as opposed to sending all students to four-year universities.
Sheila Weinberg, of the Institute for Truth in Accounting, unravels the illusions of federal and state accounting that conceal deficits.
“While the $1.6 billion shortfall is a legitimate concern, a greater danger lurks beneath the surface and eventually could dwarf our current challenges.”
President Obama’s plan to increase taxes on the energy industry has sparked a swift response from the American Petroleum Institute.
Analysis from Friday’s Hispanic Chamber of Commerce luncheon quantified New Orleans’ declining political capital and the expanded presence of self-described Hispanics.
Over the weekend the Institute for Humane Studies brought classical liberal and libertarian academics to Loyola University. They shared and debated the ideas of liberty with students and recent graduates.
American historian and scholar of Austrian economics, Thomas Woods this week published his most ambitious work so far. With Rollback he pronounces “Everything needs to the abolished, and here’s why.”