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Opinion: Education Choice is Benefiting Rural Arizona – Dr. Matthew Ladner

Since 1994, Arizona’s public charter schools have allowed educators to create their own vision of K-12 education and families all across the state – including in rural communities – the opportunity to choose the education that best meets their needs. According to the 2020 U.S. Census, out of Arizona’s total population of over 7 million

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Opinion: Flashpoints of Potential Escalation in the Ukraine War – Inside Sources

From the American constitutional experiment in 1788 to World War I, the United States strenuously avoided being dragged into Europe’s conflicts. However, after the second and even more cataclysmic European war, caused in part by the first conflagration and America’s entry into it, the United States jumped into European affairs with both feet. Intoxicated with

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Opinion: How to Put the Inflation Genie Back in the Bottle – Inside Sources

The inflation rate in the United States in June increased to 9.1 percent. The Fed has responded to higher inflation with higher interest rates that could push the economy into recession.  But, before we revisit the stagflation of the 1970s, U.S. citizens should learn from the experience of a country that has had success in

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Opinion: The Ethanol Fraud – Inside Sources

America’s ethanol scam is responsible for the malnourishment of millions of people, higher energy costs and substantial resource misallocations. The most damning count of this indictment is corn ethanol fails to do what it is supposed to do and is more tragic because corn ethanol is not environmentally responsible.  The United States now uses 40

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