Publications

May 23, 2020
Commentary

Why the ‘Reopen Maryland’ Lawsuit Failed

The text of this lawsuit was full of rhetorical flights and digressions into points not germane to law. It appeared to be written with some audience in mind other than federal judges.

The Frederick News-Post
May 21, 2020
Commentary

Let Mass Home Schooling Unleash Innovation

The highly structured nature of formal schooling could inhibit creative thinking through the use of uniform curriculum, teaching to standardized tests, and policies that discipline even minor forms of disobedience.

Washington Examiner
May 20, 2020
Commentary

Americans Have Always Politicized Public Health

As humanity tackles the serious, global problems presented by the current pandemic, we should learn the lessons of the past and know that beating COVID-19 will require clear heads and a reliance on reason and data.

The American Conservative
May 18, 2020
Commentary

Families, Not Bureaucrats, Are the Real Education Experts

Let’s give families a real opportunity to make decisions — allowing them to take their children’s education dollars to wherever they think they can get the best education and environment, whether that’s a public school, a private school or through homeschooling.

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