In “Rewards,” Herb Walberg and I criticized the work of prominent authors who deny that rewards work in education or deny that people generally behave rationally, a major claim of so-called “behavioral economics.”
Sheriffs and other “lesser magistrates” are the first line of defense against unconstitutional government actions and most accountable to citizens.
Tell your local school board members, state legislators, and members of Congress how you feel about civics education. Tell them you oppose the “Civics Secures Democracy Act” as well as the “Educating for American Democracy” curriculum.
“The Naked Capitalist” is an important document from the anti-communist movement. It is neither an over-reaction to the politics of the day nor unreliable propaganda.
In late June, the U.S. Supreme Court issued four outstanding decisions, confirming that justice can still prevail in this nation.
Seven bills introduced to the Wisconsin Assembly and Senate, and supported by NE Wisconsin legislators, appear to be good steps toward election integrity.
The contention that the climate scientists funded by the fossil fuel industry represent “fringe views” is easily debunked.
We are awash in unreliable and often fraudulent claims about miracle cures, life-extending drugs or therapies, and diets that promise to end pain or remove unwanted pounds.
The job of law professors, lawyers, judges, and legislators is to deal with the power of their citizens and to address their grievances.
On November 2, 2020, President Donald J. Trump issued Executive Order No. 13598, establishing The President’s Advisory 1776 Commission.