LPAF Issues Forum

Business Experience Is No Cure-All in Government

by: Casey Mulligan   July 31, 2015

Because government and business are fundamentally different in their financing and their evaluation, good business practices can make for poor governing. The election cycle regularly brings forth successful businesspeople who argue that voters should select them for public office over seasoned politicians because of the skills and experience they acquired in the business sector. In

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Casey Mulligan

Casey Mulligan

5 questions every presidential candidate should answer: Global warming and energy policy edition

by: News and Views   July 30, 2015

On May 24, 2015, Pope Francis issued his second encyclical, “On care for our common home,” addressing environmental issues and climate... Read More

What True Immigration ‘Reform’ Would Look Like

by: Victor Davis Hanson   July 30, 2015

Can we be honest about illegal immigration? It is a common challenge to almost every advanced Western country that is adjacent... Read More

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