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Wisdom from our 26th President – June 25, 2019

By on June 25, 2019 in Teddy Tweets
Wisdom from our 26th President – June 25, 2019

“No law is worth anything unless there is the right kind of man behind it.”

Outlook,
January 21, 1911

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“What’s being tested is American leadership that we have developed over the last 75 years.”

By on June 24, 2019 in Featured News, News
“What’s being tested is American leadership that we have developed over the last 75 years.”

WASHINGTON, DC — With America facing an increasing number of threats, The Ripon Society held a discussion with two leaders at the forefront of keeping American interests – and the American people – secure.

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“Can we still do great things?”

By on June 20, 2019 in Featured News, News
“Can we still do great things?”

WASHINGTON, DC – With the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing approaching, The Ripon Forum examines the future of the space program and whether – in this age of debt & dysfunction – America can still do great things.

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In this edition

By on June 20, 2019
In this edition

by LOU ZICKAR

The Ripon Forum commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing with essays by some of the leading experts on space policy today, and a conversation with historian Douglas Brinkley about his new bestselling book.

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Why City Hall is a Good Proving Ground for the White House

By on June 20, 2019
Why City Hall is a Good Proving Ground for the White House

by SCOTT SMITH

Who wouldn’t appreciate a leader who has developed a skill for solving problems, bringing people together, forging compromises, enhancing economic opportunities for all, and focusing on real issues as opposed to partisan rhetoric?

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An Innovative Solution to the Rising Cost of College

By on June 20, 2019
An Innovative Solution to the Rising Cost of College

by JOHN BAILEY

Our country needs a skilled workforce for continued economic growth and individual prosperity.

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William Barr and Congress’ Broken Contempt Power

By on June 20, 2019
William Barr and Congress’ Broken Contempt Power

by KEVIN KOSAR

Like so many aspects of the Legislative Branch, its ability to enforce a basic constitutional responsibility is plagued by dysfunction.

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Can We Still Do Great Things?

By on June 20, 2019
Can We Still Do Great Things?

A conversation with author & historian Douglas Brinkley about the early years of the space program and whether – in this age of debt and dysfunction – it is possible for such a momentous undertaking to happen in America again. 

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Returning to the Moon: The First Step in a New Journey

By on June 20, 2019
Returning to the Moon: The First Step in a New Journey

by FRANK LUCAS

Going back to the Moon isn’t a symbolic effort: we need an American presence there to keep us at the forefront of technological development.

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A New Vision for Space

By on June 20, 2019
A New Vision for Space

by ROBERT S. WALKER

NASA must restructure itself as a developer of new space technologies, but it must do so in conjunction with the entrepreneurial space businesses.

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