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Ted Cruz Wants to Use Religion to Discriminate in Our Nation's Capital | Commentary

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.

In an Increasingly Diverse Electorate, GOP Must Offer More | Commentary

By Cecile Richards, Neera Tanden, and Janet Murguía

What Can You Learn From Community Colleges? More Than You Think | Commentary

The emerging national dialogue about making community colleges as free as K-12 education shows how central these institutions have become to our national vision for building a strong economic future. With nearly half of all U.S. undergraduates enrolled in community colleges, we must all agree on this fact: Our nation needs community colleges to be the best they can be. They simply cannot fail.

Alaska’s Responsible Energy Development is a Compatible Arctic Activity | Commentary

By Frank McQueary

Obama's Double Death Tax | Commentary

By Tyler Deaton

Alaskan Energy Matters | Commentary

By Richard Pombo

The Rise of the Regulator | Commentary

By Patrick Forrest

Americans Facing Tax Filing Hurdles With Elimination of Printed Tax Guide| Commentary

By Ken McEldowney

Why Environmentalists Should Support a Bill Co-Sponsored by David Vitter (Seriously) | Commentary

By Jack Pratt

Congress Must Act if DOJ’s Actions Harm Viability Of Music Streaming | Commentary

By Mike Montgomery

Global Food Security Act a Critical Step Forward in Ending Hunger | Commentary

By Daniel Speckhard

Republican Budget Resolutions Rely on Tired Gimmicks | Commentary

By Elizabeth G. Taylor

Politics Needs Privacy | Commentary

By Luke Wachob

LIHEAP Funding Critical for Vulnerable Populations | Commentary

By Helen Holton

No Time for Strategic Patience; Azerbaijan As an Example | Commentary

By Gregory T. Kiley

Proposed Regulation Could Hurt the American Consumers it is Supposed to Protect | Commentary

By H. West Richards

How Congress Can Support the Internet of Things | Commentary

By Gary Shapiro

STEM Fields: Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow | Commentary

While Americans hear mostly about gridlock and partisan fighting in Congress, the issues with strong bipartisan support often get overlooked.

Racing to Better Health in Oklahoma City | Commentary

When the clock struck noon on April 22, 1889, approximately 50,000 people raced to claim settlements across 2 million open acres comprising present-day Oklahoma. By the time the sun set that evening, the population of Oklahoma City had gone from zero to 10,000 and was on its way to becoming the capital of our great state.

Americans Facing New Hurdles to File This Tax Season with Elimination of Printed Tax Guide | Commentary

By Ken McEldowney




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