Stimulus sparks growth in government
–USA Today, front page, old-fashioned paper edition
Americans have been fighting in Afghanistan for longer than the Civil War, World War I, and World War II combined.
New numbers have been released showing that the current Congress is going to set a modern-era record for imposing the fewest new laws.
The Canadian test score advantage over the United States doesn’t prove that decentralization alone leads to higher scores, but it does prove that the United States does not need any federal involvement in order to become a top-ranked schooling nation.
We should also be skeptical that the recent increase in terrorism means more danger for Americans.
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