The Summary for Policymakers released in September by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is filled with concessions that its past predictions were too extreme and mislead
Cybercrime and cyberattacks are genuine threats, with reports of data breaches, hacks, or thefts appearing regularly in the news.
This essay is the second of a series of Heartland Policy Briefs by the author on entitlement reform.
This Policy Brief summarizes past research and presents new analysis showing how a proposal called the Taxpayer Savings Grant Program (TSGP) would enable the state of Texas to comply with
Common Core State Standards for K-12 schools were adopted without debate by every state but Alaska, Nebraska, Texas, and Virginia in 2010, part of the price of getting federal dollars under the Oba
A new report written by one of the nation’s leading authorities on groundwater hydrology and nuclear energy says uranium mining in Virginia can take place safely and with minimal environmental impa
This essay is the first of a series of Heartland Policy Briefs that addresses entitlement reform. In this document he writes that,
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s Act 10 is working.
A new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), titled Too Late for Two Degrees?
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