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    The impact of medical licensure laws

    Medical licensing is in place to help prevent patients from being treated by someone with no training or by someone who has had ethical violations in the past. However, in many circumstances, states have gone too far in the amount of medical licensing medical professionals must obtain to…
    Jordan Roberts, October 14, 2019
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    Martin Center column examines those who don’t finish community college degrees

    Shannon Watkins of the Martin Center explores the notion that community college “dropouts” represent a public policy problem. A sense of urgency has taken hold of higher education leaders nationwide. Reports of declining community college graduation rates and the lack of skilled workers have led policymakers and college leaders…
    Mitch Kokai, October 14, 2019
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    Planning To Talk Politics With Family Over Thanksgiving?

    Stick to movies, music, and the weather when talking with family and friends. From pollsters at Rasmussen: A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 70% of American Adults believe their fellow countrymen are less tolerant of each other’s political opinions than they were in the…
    Donna Martinez, October 14, 2019
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    Media’s soft treatment of Warren

    Derek Hunter explains at TownHall.com why it’s good for Elizabeth Warren to be a Democrat when dealing with media scrutiny. Imagine a world free of consequences. More than that, a world where your bad acts are largely ignored and where those that aren’t are absolved, where excuses are…
    Mitch Kokai, October 14, 2019
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    Trump, China, and the push for impeachment

    Roger Simon uses a PJMedia.com column to contrast President Trump with his Democratic congressional critics. The press conference, live on television, from the Oval Office concluding this round of China trade negotiations was one of the more fascinating events of recent years. Spin, real, or a combination, the…
    Mitch Kokai, October 14, 2019
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    China and American culture

    Helen Raleigh argues in a Federalist column that the communist Chinese government’s goal extends far beyond limiting criticism of its actions. If ESPN thought shutting down on-air discussion about China and Hong Kong would please its Chinese master and protect the commercial interests of itself and its corporate…
    Mitch Kokai, October 14, 2019
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    Critiquing Warren’s push for ‘accountable’ capitalism

    Mark Jamison writes for the American Enterprise Institute about one of Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren‘s questionable proposals. [I]t’s easy to understand why presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) wants a law that would allow her as president to determine which billion dollar companies live or die: Politicians…
    Mitch Kokai, October 14, 2019
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    Barron’s interview highlights more bad news involving China

    Reshma Kapadia of Barron’s highlights disturbing challenges for American companies doing business in China. Lester Ross has headed law firm WilmerHale’s office in Beijing since it opened in 2004, advising companies on investment, trade, and regulatory matters in China. Below is an edited interview with Ross on issues…
    Mitch Kokai, October 14, 2019