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Scientology and Tax Exemptions

Claims of abuse in the Church of Scientology warrant investigation of the organization’s tax-exempt status.


Why Not Martin O’Malley?

On April 10, Elizabeth Warren joined Jon Stewart on The Daily Show and declared, “Powerful corporations [and] rich people have figured out that if you can bend the government to help you just a little bit, it’s a tremendous payoff, and if you can bend it to help you just a little bit more and […]


Big Tobacco: Why Smoking Is Not Going Away

The unexpected international impacts of American smoking laws.


Ohio Governor Kasich to Run for President

Governor John Kasich of Ohio will enter the Republican presidential primary as an underdog, but one with considerable upside.


#HarvardYouthPoll: Analyzing Harvard’s Spring 2015 Poll of Young Americans

An exclusive look at the Harvard Public Opinion Project’s survey of young Americans.


Let Them Eat Fish: Why Food Stamp Restrictions Are a Bad Idea

Republican efforts to restrict the use of food stamps are antithetical to their support for individual liberty and ignore the underlying issues of poverty.