Daily Archives : April 12, 2015


Death to the Estate Tax!

Originally published on March 26, 2015 Death and taxes are two certainties in life, yet the government seems to combine the two in the estate tax, which is colloquially known as the death tax. This tax was meant to be…

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The Blurred Line With Intellectual Property Rights in Music: Do We Need Copyright Law Reform?

Originally published on March 21, 2015 Copyright law and intellectual property rights can be some ambiguous territory because of the more abstract nature of intellectual property. This idea played out with the recent ruling that Robin Thicke’s 2013 song, Blurred Lines, was a…

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Should America Be Learning Lessons from Finland’s School System, and If So, Why Laud It?

Originally published on February 23, 2015 When one talks about Finland in a public policy context, it’s usually lumped together with “the Nordic countries.” However, there is one topic that everyone seems to swoon over Finland, and that is their K-12…

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Religious Freedom Acts: What Do They Actually Mean for Religious Freedom and Freedom in General?

Originally published on April 2, 2015 The state of Indiana has been taking a lot of heat lately. The states of Connecticut and New York, as well as a whole slew of companies and celebrities, have decided to boycott the state of Indiana. What…

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Emotion Matters In Politics

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