The Indiana Republican Assembly (INRA) has endorsed conservative candidate JD Miniear for US House 7th District for the Indiana Primaries on May 6, 2014. Miniear is running to unseat Andre Carson (D), and would be the first Republican to win that seat in 42 years.Full Story»
Suppose a scientific conference on cancer prevention never addressed smoking, on the grounds that in a free society you can’t change private behavior, and anyway, maybe the statistical relationships between smoking and cancer are really caused by some other third variable. Wouldn’t some suspect that the scientists who raised these claims were driven by something—ideology, tobacco money—other than science? Intellectuals fretting about income disparity are oddly silent regarding the decline of the two-parent family. . .
One group in banking stands out as highly paid—federal bank regulators. Fewer than 7% of employees in any of these regulatory agencies earned less than $50,000. In other words, 93% of the employees in these federal bank regulatory agencies earned more than the average banker’s salary in 2012. . .
It is a matter of no small importance to the success of the people of my race in Mississippi that business men, teachers, and the members of the different religious denominations are uniting disinterestedly in the effort to give the coloured children of the state a proper and adequate education, and that they are using their influence to encourage the masses of the people to get property and build homes. . .
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