Ideas for a New Congress (Winter 2015)

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    Measuring Privacy and Security

    Rachel Brand Winter 2015
    When making decisions about national security surveillance programs, policymakers must consider how valuable a type of information or way of collecting information would be...

    Federalism, Then and Now

    Roger Pilon Winter 2015
    Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1995, a perplexed Governor Ben Nelson remarked, "When I was elected governor in 1990 and prepared my...

    What Women Want

    Mona Charen Winter 2015
    Until the 2014 election, Democratic politicians thought they had discovered the key to women's desires, at least to their political longings: a single-minded focus...

    Avoiding Conflict: Religious Liberty and Regulation

    Richard T. Foltin Winter 2015
    On June 30, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its decision in the consolidated cases of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores and Conestoga...

    Energy Security Policy: An Opportunity Awaits

    Gene Gurevich Winter 2015
    Energy is certain to be among the top priorities for policymakers when the 114th Congress convenes in January. With the House and the Senate...

    Letter from the Publisher

    Matthew Brooks Winter 2015
    Elections are chocolate mousse on the sideboard or Bordeaux in the glass. Perfect potential. Governance, on the other hand, is the hard management of...

    A Final Thought … The Case Act

    Jewish Policy Center Winter 2015
    A movement is afoot on Capitol Hill to "force" President Obama to submit any agreement between the United States and Iran to lawmakers, even...

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