Southern ‘poverty,’ high-cost higher-ed, nebulous ‘character’ definitions
Stay safe as Hurricane Irma approaches.
It’s Friday! Events February 22: Register by MONDAY to join the Georgia Public Policy Foundation and the Institute for Justice for, “Bottleneckers,” Wednesday’s Leadership Breakfast and Book Forum with Dick Carpenter, co-author of, “Bottleneckers: Gaming the Government for Power and Private Profit.” Cobb County’s Georgian Club, 8 a.m. $30. C-SPAN BookTV will be recording this event. Information and registration here. March 23-24: The Heartland Institute hosts the 12th International Conference on Climate Change at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, D.C. The theme of the two-day conference is “Resetting U.S. Climate Policy.” Quotes … Continue Reading →
A neighborhood says no Waze.
It’s Friday! Hurricane Matthew State of emergency: As Hurricane Matthew approached the East Coast, Governor Nathan Deal declared a state of emergency in 13 Georgia coastal and rural counties. Mandatory evacuations were ordered in the coastal counties of Bryan, Chatham, Liberty, McIntosh, Glynn and Camden. As you consider volunteering or contributing to relief efforts, be wary of scammers preying on your emotions and bank account. Vet requests carefully at charitynavigator.org and use reputable organizations. Snooze you lose: A poll by the Insurance Information Institute shows that only 12 percent of … Continue Reading →
Join our 25th Anniversary Celebration with John Stossel!
Save your seat by SUNDAY for the Early Bird Rate to our 25th Anniversary Celebration with John Stossel!
You’re invited to our 25th Anniversary Celebration!
Regulation, transportation, criminal justice reform and more.
ObamaCare a losing proposition for insurance companies.
Ross Coker’s focus at the Foundation will be criminal justice reform.
A federal agency is requiring “voluntary payments.”
Happy 25th birthday charter schools, 2017 health insurance costs, Medicare delays
Public transportation criminal justice reform and the health care disconnect.
Costly rail and municipal broadband, school choice successes,
It’s Friday! Then and Now Did you know? In 1991, the year the Georgia Public Policy Foundation was established, there were 7.5 million cellphone users across the nation. One year later, the number surpassed 10 million and the first commercial text message was sent. This year, smartphone users in the United States are expected to surpass 207.2 million; by 2015, text messages were at 169.3 billion a year in the United States! It’s why we’ll be launching our new Web site soon! Events February 17: Register now for, “Georgia Criminal … Continue Reading →
Another misguided local government tries its hand at municipal broadband.
Health care: Enrollments increase, but so do premiums.
Road diets, tanning taxes and charter school churls.
The potential buses have with express toll lanes.