The Anchorage School Board voted to adopt what are known as Common Core Standards which lays the groundwork for a national curriculum.
Health Insurance Exchanges are a bad idea, and Alaska should refuse to set one up. Alaska Policy Forum’s Jeremy Thompson and David Boyle interview Cato Institute’s Michael Cannon who explains why.
Michael Cannon concisely answers several questions about the new federal health care law.
by: Jamie Kenworthy
There may be no better Alaskan example of a big spending government project misrepresented as a “public-private partnership” than the Knik Arm Bridge, Alaska’s second and only surviving “Bridge to Nowhere”. This study examines the financial aspects of the Bridge project and looks at the long term financial impact to the State of Alaska.
(Government Executive News) In testimony before Congress, the Department of Defense has stated that it will have to close bases to accomodate the sharp cuts in the defense budget. The Obama Administration has […]
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