May 24, 2024 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: May 24, 2024

This weekend, we pause to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defending our great nation.

May 23, 2024 • Blog

Greet them ever with grateful hearts

We arrived, parked, entered the cemetery, and were immediately struck by the simple, still beauty of the grounds they kept.

May 17, 2024 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: May 17, 2024

Much of this increase in house prices is not due to market forces, but rather dictated by a complex system of regulatory factors that increase costs.

May 15, 2024 • Commentary

America needs a sane regulatory environment

Vogtle Units 3 and 4 are the first completely new nuclear reactors brought online in this country in more than three decades.

May 10, 2024 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: May 10, 2024

The Federal Trade Commission recently voted to approve a new final rule banning non compete agreements across the entire economy.

May 8, 2024 • Commentary

A day of reckoning for higher education?

As we watch the anti-Israel protests on multiple college campuses – and reactions to those protests – it sure feels like change is in the air.

May 2, 2024 • Commentary

To impact change, look local

Instead of repeatedly pushing the rock up the hill that is the federal government, Kimberley Strassel urges us to think more locally.

May 2, 2024 • Blog

Hybrid schools look to the future

Convention organizers said a hybrid school is one that meets a child’s individual needs and/or preferences, and they are only growing.

April 26, 2024 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: April 26, 2024

What is the future of impact fees in Georgia after a recent Supreme Court ruling?

April 25, 2024 • Commentary

Is this Georgia fee still constitutional?

Until recently, impact fees were believed to be immune from attacks under the Takings Clause of the United States Constitution. What has changed?

April 18, 2024 • Commentary

The right way to end federal student loans

With the federal student loan program going off the rails (if it was ever really on them), the time is right for a serious conversation about privatization.

April 17, 2024 • Blog

We aren’t building enough houses. Why?

Regulations limit home building by making it costlier and more time-consuming, and by requiring new homes to be larger and made with more expensive materials.

April 12, 2024 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: April 12, 2024

Georgia is not meeting its full potential in making open enrollment programs accessible to students.

April 5, 2024 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: April 5, 2024

The prospects for meaningful property tax reform seemed promising at the beginning of the session.