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The Humanity of Herbert Hoover: A Character of Caring

“In all the history of human suffering I know of … no accomplishment which in terms of magnitude and generosity can be compared to the relief that you have actually accomplished.”

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Friday Facts: August 29, 2014

Up (welfare recipients), Up (education spending) and Away (Burger King).

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Caveat Investor! Now Feds Want a Bite of Your Mutual Fund

Capital markets should not be subject to central planning by the Fed.

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Checking Up On Health: August 26, 2014

Insect sting allergies, home versus hospital births, why your teen sleeps in and more.

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Friday Facts: August 22, 2014

Proposed federal regulations on onions are enough to make one cry.

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Georgia Can Lead in Savings with Plan to Eliminate Medical Malpractice

By reducing the necessity for physicians to practice defensive medicine, Georgians can save billions of dollars.

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Utopian Academy Determined to Succeed in Clayton County

Utopian Academy for the Arts opened in Clayton County despite bureaucratic roadblocks that threatened its unique mission. By Foundation Editor Mike Klein.

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Loudermilk: Conservatives oppose ‘needless and excessive spending’

An increase in competence and respect for the proper role of the federal government in our lives will allow that government to do the things — like interstate transportation — it is supposed to do, and do them well

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Atlanta Classical Academy Educates Citizens for a Free Republic

Atlanta Classical Academy opened this fall with nearly 500 students enrolled and 1,200 more are on the waiting list. By Foundation Editor Mike Klein.

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Checking Up On Health: August 19, 2014

Three dumb things about Whole Foods, an at-home colon cancer test, the ALS ice bucket challenge and more.

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