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In Other Words (Week of September 23)

On the Left

Down the Middle

On the Right  

  • The Corporate Welfare Lady Protests Too Much Evidence shows that government subsidies mean to attract new business are forms of corporate welfare that in the end are ineffective and costly. Commentary published by Michigan Capitol
  • Retaining Students Who Lag in Literacy Pays Off Early literacy, even if students must be held back to repeat a grade, is a "small, sure step toward needed improvements" in assuring literate citizens, says a blog published by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy.
  • The Ability to Strike United Auto Workers – General Motors’ contract negotiations could easily progress just by realizing that President Trump has created a rewarding economy that gives unions the upper hand. Opinion on