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Archive of posts published in the tag: Georgia Public Policy Foundation

Corruption from Federal Grants

from The Georgia Public Policy Foundation Friday Facts 7/7/17 Academia gone rogue: In a whistleblower lawsuit, Duke University admitted its in-house investigators believe a former lab tech falsified or fabricated data that went into 29 medical research reports over eight years. Duke…

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Bad Economics, Bad Character

from The Georgia Public Policy Foundation Friday Facts 7/7/17 “People of solid character don’t spend money they don’t have year after year. They don’t send the bill to generations they don’t even know yet. That is not just bad economics, it is…

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Government and Society

from The Georgia Public Policy Foundation Friday Facts 7/7/17 “Socialism, like the ancient ideas from which it springs, confuses the distinction between government and society. As a result of this, every time we object to a thing being done by government, the socialists…

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Mortality Increase Under the ACA

from The Georgia Public Policy Foundation Friday Facts 7/7/17 Food for thought: A total of 31 states and the District of Columbia expanded Medicaid under ObamaCare. Oren Cass of the Manhattan Institute reports that in 2015, age-adjusted mortality rose and…

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The Highest Corporate Tax in The Developed World

from The Georgia Public Policy Foundation, Friday Facts Taxes and regulation But for Mississippi: About 1.95 million Georgians out of 4,589,611 Georgians (42.5 percent) who filed returns didn’t pay federal taxes in 2010, ranking the state second in the nation…

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