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The Government’s Plan to Fix Wall Street Will Do More Harm

Washington’s response to the mortgage crisis ignored the very government policies that created the problem.

American Greetings Says Hello to More Incentives

Policymakers are quick to issue press releases about how many jobs will be created when they give discriminatory favors to certain businesses. Where are the press releases when those predictions fall short?

Public Education: Time for Change Based on the Merits

A merit-pay program for Michigan's public schools would reward teachers based on student achievement, rather than longevity and advanced degrees.

Michigan Supreme Court Decision Limits Agency Powers

In practice, this ruling will make it more difficult to achieve policy change through executive fiat because the courts will engage in a meaningful review to determine whether the agency action was permitted by the Legislature’s statute.

Smart Growth Is Neither

Implementation of smart growth policies frequently results in the loss of private property rights.

State Checkbook Still Missing From Internet

The decision to “show Michigan the money” — or not — is a matter of priorities, not resources.