The APP Foundation team compiled spending data for hundreds of social conservative organizations involved in public policy, political activism, and election. The report illustrates how little Christian conservatives invest in politics.
This study from several Catholic education experts explains in detail why Common Core is “incompatible with and unsuited for” Catholic schools.
Education scholar Ze’ev Wurman exposes the troubling weaknesses within the Common Core math standards and its likely negative effect on students.
Erin Tuttle and J.R. Wilson highlight the failures of Common Core mandates and their impact on student achievement—especially in math.
Robert Eitel and Kent Talbert explore problems and offer legal insights on Common Core, Race to the Top, conditional waivers and other critical education issues.
Emmett McGroarty and Jane Robbins document Common Core’s numerous problems — from its mediocre quality and threats to student privacy to its massive costs and questionable legality — in this groundbreaking report.
This joint Pioneer Institute and American Principles Project report outlines the financial burden that Common Core imposes on states and localities across America.
Renowned author George Gilder tackles key questions about how monetarism distorts the economy and leads to misallocation of investment, and advances an innovative, new theory for understanding money.
Dr. Marc A. Miles explains how Federal Reserve interest rate policies have slowed economic growth and reduced workers’ wages, and argues for renewed political focus on the underappreciated impact of inflation.
Rich Danker details how a gold standard would be implemented in the present day — from the convertibility of the dollar with gold to its integration in electronic payment systems.
Scholar Brian Domitrovic surveys American economic history and shows how the gold standard was responsible for the country’s most remarkable period of economic growth.
Rich Danker outlines the Constitutional basis for sound money and suggests how state governments can bypass a stagnant federal system and spur a return to hard currency.