Tag: New Visions Commentary

Proposed Legislation Could Revitalize Cities and Reduce Crime, by Stone Washington

Proposed Legislation Could Revitalize Cities and Reduce Crime, by Stone Washington

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The signs seem to be popping up in city centers everywhere. "For Sale," "For Lease,” “Vacant.” They lie posted on the walls of buildings in downtowns across the country, where large office structures once filled with thousands of employees would ...
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Biden's Online Banking Restrictions Would Hurt Black Americans, by Martin Baker

Biden’s Online Banking Restrictions Would Hurt Black Americans, by Martin Baker

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If you ask 10 different people what online banking means to them, don’t be surprised if you get 10 different responses. But in the minority community, there’s a very special meaning. Opportunity. Among some minorities, you may hear online banking ...
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The American Dream Is Available To All Races, by Emery McClendon

The American Dream Is Available To All Races, by Emery McClendon

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Regarding divisive issues such as abortion, Black Lives Matter (BLM), Critical Race Theory and the 1619 Project, it’s unfortunate that too many blacks listen only to what they hear from the mainstream media, radical BLM activists and so-called black community ...
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Biden’s equity agenda will make schools less safe, by Stacy Washington

Biden’s equity agenda will make schools less safe, by Stacy Washington

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To comply with President Joe Biden’s racial equity executive order, the Departments of Justice and Education will likely reinstate, and possibly strengthen, Obama administration rules for public schools that judge student punishments by quantity rather than context. Mere numerical race ...
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Infrastructure Bill Proves DC Shouldn't Be in the Driver's Seat

Infrastructure Bill Proves DC Shouldn’t Be in the Driver’s Seat

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Summertime is normally when Hollywood releases its blockbuster disaster movies: "Twister," "Deep Impact," "Armageddon," and "The Perfect Storm," to name just a few. With no cinematic depictions of disaster on offer, Washington has had to step in. Introducing . . .  ...
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The American Economy Is at a Crossroads, by Martin Baker

The American Economy Is at a Crossroads, by Martin Baker

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As our nation emerges into a fragile post-pandemic world, we must recognize our economy has been in peril longer than most would care to admit. Some will blame the housing bubble’s collapse in 2007. Some will blame the tax and ...
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Limiting Access to Online Lending will Hurt Black Entrepreneurs, by Richard Holt

Limiting Access to Online Lending will Hurt Black Entrepreneurs, by Richard Holt

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We desperately need more growth to rebuild the post-COVID American economy. Yet liberals are hard at work waging war on business in general, and on minority entrepreneurs in particular. While large corporations have fewer problems applying for and receiving loans, ...
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To Succeed, the U.S. Postal Service Should Emulate Ben Franklin

To Succeed, the U.S. Postal Service Should Emulate Ben Franklin

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With all of the political division in Congress, it’s a pleasant surprise that one of the few areas of bipartisan support comes in the form of a plan to revamp the United States Postal Service (USPS) to make it more ...
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Assessing the Racial Cost of Regulation, by Derrick Hollie

Assessing the Racial Cost of Regulation, by Derrick Hollie

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If the predictions of the environmental “experts” and their models over the course of my life were true, I’d already be dead. Born in the late 1960s, I persevered through threats of famine, drought, a diminishing ozone layer, acid rain, ...
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The 'Endless Frontier Act' Slush Fund Is a Bad Idea

The ‘Endless Frontier Act’ Slush Fund Is a Bad Idea

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Do we have to become China to beat China? Apparently, some Republicans think so. Dozens in the House and Senate recently joined with Democrats to push a plan to use the byzantine protocols of government bureaucracies as a way to ...
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