Features and Highlights

Hopes for 2003

Ideas for a better Michigan and nation from the staff of the Mackinac Center … more

Curtailing Carnage at the Traffic Light: Are Cameras the Answer?

A pilot program by AAA Michigan and the City of Detroit demonstrates a sound alternative. … more

Keep Politics Out of Mutual Funds

Unions want to force mutual funds to vote on public policy measures involving wages, layoffs, and other issues that advance union politics. … more

Unintended Consequences of Cigarette Tax Hikes

Michael LaFaive's speech today in Washington explains that terrorists can profit from unwise tax policy. … more

Henry Ford's Reinvention and the Implications for Public Education

Government schools can learn what Michigan's most famous entrepreneur learned 75 years ago this month. … more

Federal Law Allows School Choice Options

Michigan is slow to enact them. … more

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