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April 24, 2013

Reasons to Reject the Law of the Sea Treaty

The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea Treaty is essentially a new world government of the sea that redistributes wealth and seeks to control supply and demand of oceanic resources, say Iain Murray, an adjunct fellow, and H. Sterling Burnett, a senior fellow, at the National Center for Policy Analysis...


Tax Code More Complex Than Ever

The current paperwork burden generated by the Internal Revenue Service now totals more than 6.7 billion hours...


Math and Science Teachers Earn More Outside of Education

Math and science teachers earned 15 percent and 12 percent more, respectively, than did English teachers after leaving the teaching profession...


Insurance Tax Could Cost States Billions

The ObamaCare tax on insurance plans could cost the states as much as $15 billion...


Addressing the Declining Productivity of Higher Education

Even when adjusted for the growth in overall labor costs in the economy, the decline in bachelor's-degree production is nearly 20 percent...


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