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ALG's Daily Grind - Voters are giving up on fixing Washington 

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May 19, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted. 

Voters are giving up on fixing Washington
Is it time to throw in the towel? A recent Gallup poll of registered voters shows that voter enthusiasm is at a 20-year low-point. 

Common Core in the classroom another one size fits all cluster
Unintended consequences to big government, utopian solutions.

Obama clings to climate alarmism with National Climate Assessment
Institute for Energy Research Senior Vice President Dan Kish dubs new climate report "a scare tactic designed to excuse the President's agenda of centralizing power in Washington and making energy more expensive and jobs harder to find."

Washington Examiner: Internal government watchdog system broken, experts say
"Attorneys who specialize in government ethics say the case of the Department of Homeland Security's former acting inspector general, Charles Edwards, shows the government's own watchdogs are too influenced by political considerations."

  

May 19, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted.

Voters are giving up on fixing Washington
Is it time to throw in the towel? A recent Gallup poll of registered voters shows that voter enthusiasm is at a 20-year low-point.

Common Core in the classroom another one size fits all cluster
Unintended consequences to big government, utopian solutions.

Obama clings to climate alarmism with National Climate Assessment
Institute for Energy Research Senior Vice President Dan Kish dubs new climate report "a scare tactic designed to excuse the President's agenda of centralizing power in Washington and making energy more expensive and jobs harder to find."

Washington Examiner: Internal government watchdog system broken, experts say
"Attorneys who specialize in government ethics say the case of the Department of Homeland Security's former acting inspector general, Charles Edwards, shows the government's own watchdogs are too influenced by political considerations."

 

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