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‘You Got Schooled’: A Swift discussion at Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy

Church’s Scouting decision won’t end great leaders’ influence on boys

Here’s what the locals really think about Bears Ears monument

The campaign to designate Bears Ears as a national monument was born out of false narratives.

Trump’s Executive Order on Education

We all know that education happens at the individual level. Those closest to the student are in the best position to help students learn.

What the United Airlines debacle can teach us about healthcare

Free markets allow society to achieve beneficial and just outcomes, without government intervention and the unintended consequences that come with it.

Trump’s review of national monuments is a nudge in the right direction

Trump’s order could rein in presidential authority by transforming the Antiquities Act from an executive bludgeon into the tool of preservation its authors intended.

The Value of Values

Where there is a void in values, laws and legislation will not deter bad behavior. Where values are valued, laws and legislation can lend strength, certainty and security to society.

Attention Utah education leaders: Competency-Based Education Exploratory Team applications now available

Utah education leaders: Have you heard of “competency-based education”? Are you interested in learning more? Do you want to bring it to your district?

Supreme Court Trinity decision may affect school choice

Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer may have big implications for school choice. The case deals with one of the biggest obstacles to school choice efforts – the Blaine Amendment.

Bears Ears: Myth vs Fact

The Coalition for Self-Government in the West and Sutherland Institute debunk five claims by proponents of Bears Ears National Monument.

The echo of the empty Congressional chamber

Reforming the Antiquities Act into a law for the people

Shake it off and step up: Leave division behind

Op-ed: President Trump can solve federal overregulation

Homelessness: beyond the ‘where’

Even modest gains would be consequential

Crucial questions for making sound tax policy

“Lower the rate; broaden the base.” This concept has been a rallying cry for conservatives who seek to simplify the tax code.

7th Circuit’s gymnastics on litigation versus legislation

Why big government can’t make big changes