Edition 78

Less Money, More Problems

By Aleta Sprague

April 23, 2015

A new Kansas law is aimed at reducing “waste” while actually imposing significant costs on taxpayers.

Less Money, More Problems

A new Kansas law is aimed at reducing “waste” while actually imposing significant costs on taxpayers.


Modern Family Comes To Washington

As "traditional" family models shift, the male-breadwinner model remains the family that most social policies were designed to serve.


The Art of Negotiation

Reddit's ban on salary negotiations for new employees could address how and why negotiation affects the pay gap.


The Liberal Arts Conundrum

What role should the liberal arts play in higher education?


The Business of America is Lobbying

An excerpt from Lee Drutman’s recently released book explores the history of lobbying in America.


7 Things You Should Read About Creating Innovative Cities

What does the development of urban innovation districts mean for the cities of tomorrow?


8 Things You Should Read on Civil-Military Relations

Closing the civilian-military gap isn’t just an issue of citizenship, it’s a matter of security