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When ‘Poverty’ Founders, Float ‘Income Inequality’

‘Poverty’ gets harder to define in a changing world.

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Friday Facts: October 17, 2014

Savings vs. costs under the Affordable Care Act.

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Friday Facts: October 10, 2013

What if you could eliminate 90 percent of road vehicles?

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Transit Tall Tales and Coping With Too Much Money

If it weren’t for a surfeit of federal funds, cities wouldn’t plan ridiculously expensive rail lines that, in most cases, do nothing for transit riders or transportation users in general.

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Checking Up On Health: October 7, 2014

If Ebola is the enemy, should we allow it to gain a foothold here?

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Friday Facts: October 3, 2014

One more reason Georgia needs tax reform

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Disruptive Think Tanks: ‘Undermining the State,’ Unnerving the Left

Challenging the Goliath of Big Government and statism – government’s growing control over our business and businesses – is what the “stink tanks” do.

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Friday Facts: September 26, 2014

Self-driving cars could soon be in Fayette County.

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Friday Facts: September 19, 2014

Who’s about to get health care coverage cancelled?

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Lift the Offshore Drilling Moratorium

The economic benefits of offshore drilling far outweigh environmental concerns.

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