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State Budget Cuts Don’t Explain Tuition Increases

By Preston Cooper History is replete with examples of obvious yet incorrect answers. The sun revolves around the earth. Labor inputs determine a good’s value. Now, another example has emerged. In the aftermath of the Great Recession, an obvious—yet ultimately incorrect—explanation for the rise in c... READ MORE

Agricultural Regulation a Serious Concern for Producers

By Levi Russell Agricultural regulation is an important issue for rural America. The Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are the primary regulators affecting the food supply chain from farm to fork. For row crop and cattle ... READ MORE

Why Schools Don't Deliver

By Greg Forster I don’t often get great new insights when I read the work of Oklahoma edu-blogger Rob Miller. But I did have an epiphany of sorts when I recently read an article of his arguing that public schools underperform for the same reason the post office does—because meddling politicians are... READ MORE

Oklahomans Want Educational Choices

By Brandon Dutcher An honest reading of the public-opinion survey data over the past couple of years shows that Oklahomans favor educational choice. In the last two years, six different public opinion surveys—from respected polling firms such as Tarrance, SoonerPoll, and Cole Hargrave Snodgrass—ha... READ MORE