Daniel J. Mitchell

Cato Institute

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Senior fellow at the Cato Institute, a libertarian think-tank in Washington, DC

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Ohio will lose $25 million for primary and secondary education; Georgia may not get the money to vaccinate against childhood disease; Pennsylvania will loose help for victims of…

Friday's Sequester: Economic Disaster or Political Theater?

Ohio will lose $25 million for primary and secondary education; Georgia may not get the money to vaccinate against childhood disease; Pennsylvania will loose help for victims of…

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December is the most popular month to give to charity. According to one recent study, donations spike as the calendar moves closer to New Year's Eve.

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December is the most popular month to give to charity. According to one recent study, donations spike as the calendar moves closer to New Year's Eve.

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