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We’re upside down and debt crash is coming

(Centennial Fellow) In the movie “Flight,” something major goes wrong with a passenger jet. It starts plunging downward, the pilot amazingly, incredibly rolls the plane upside down to keep it just barely under control, and,

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Why Republicans are right to draw the line on taxes

(Centennial Fellow) The culture of Washington is one of compromise. Go along. Get along. Get something done—good, bad or otherwise. Sometimes compromise is necessary. When the levers of power are divided, reality dictates two choices:

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‘Opportunity scholarships’ in DC repay taxpayers 162%

(’76 Contributor) Very few government programs can claim a positive return on taxpayer investment. The D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program (DCOSP) is one of them. Launched in 2004, the DCOSP provides scholarships of approximately $8,500 for

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Corporations save the day

(Centennial Fellow) Despite diatribes to the contrary, American corporations include multitudes that are tough–minded, occasionally brilliant and manifestly capable, a major reason the stock market is not just alive and well, but downright perky. That’s

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Poll: Religious freedom increasingly threatened

(Centennial Fellow) Some 60% of Coloradans now feel their religious freedom is being threatened by the prevailing political and cultural forces in America over the past 20 years, according to a new survey done by

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Sequestration Obama’s fault, but GOP will pay

“Spit in the ocean” — it’s a phrase that’s well-worn, and for a reason, namely that it sums up so splendidly the idea of something that is itsy-bitsy relative to something very, very big. “Sequestration”

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Promises Obama can’t keep

In his State of the Union speech, President Obama chided Congress, “Our government shouldn’t make promises we cannot keep,” but then he did what politicians regularly do and raised false expectations. He claimed that “[e]very

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Arizona parents freer with Education Savings Accounts

(‘76 Contributor) If there is anything Americans love, it is options. Lots of them. Americans enjoy a variety of choices in retail, entertainment, automotive… you name it. Private industry tends to reveal what the American

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