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Thinking Minnesota: Issue 11, Spring 2018

Ron Eibensteiner: This is not your grandpa's think tank | Educated Teachers MN | Mail Bag | Backlash against wind farms | MN Auditor criticizes DEED | Edina parents confront their school board | Blaine homeowners reject 'green neighborhood' | Phelen shares economic reality with Legislature | John Phelan: Mining is vital to Minnesota's economy | Pearlstein: Movement to create 'marriage champions' | Madison Faupel fights for freedom at U of MN | 5 questions with Aaron Benner | CAE Hires Isaac Orr | The Vanishing Minnesota Worker | TM Poll on value of tech school education | Crockett: Janus...

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Thinking Minnesota: Issue 10, Winter 2018

Eibensteiner: Debate? Not Likely | Peter Nelson takes job in Trump Administration | Mark Steyn speaks to crowd of 1,000 | Steward: Maplewood dismantles its solar project | Crockett: Minnesota's unfunded pension liabilities exceed $118 billlion | Kersten testifies against race-based discipline policies in St. Paul schools | Unions smell defeat | Pearlstein: Thanks for the well-done roast | Poem: Mitch at the Bat | Advice for young conservatives | Star Parker's indictment of liberal policy-making | Lynn Shelton: Proven value of manufacturing careers | Center launches planned giving program | New Center Greater Minnesota outreach project | Inside the...

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Thinking Minnesota: Issue 9, Fall 2017

Eibensteiner: E is for Education | Crockett: Met Council admits it has not won the light rail argument | Nelson: Landmark legal victory forces St. Paul to come clean about fees | Steward: Rothman's baseless lawsuits at Commerce | Liberal narrative on border battle with WI upended | $15 minimum wage champion Ellison doesn't pay his interns | Education Minnesota hides its 'opt out' provision | Pearlstein: The virtues of religious community | Lunch forum with poverty fighter Star Parker Nov. 7th | Meet CAE's impressive summer interns | Dan Juntunen: Leaders should focus on preparing people to fill jobs...

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Thinking Minnesota: Issue 8, Summer 2017

Thinking Minnesota: Issue 7, Spring 2017

American freedoms | EdFacts | Government's war on commuters | MN demographic challenge | Dayton's rich-vs.-the-rest fallacy | House looks at SEIU home worker contract | Tom Cotton headlines CAE dinner | CAE's newest video: Parents basement | Men without work | Pearlstein on school choice | John Phelan, CAE first staff economist | State of MN Agriculture | 7 things the legislature still needs to do | Interview with exonerated CEO Howard Root | CAE's Great Jobs Without a Four-Year Degree Project | Hinderaker on complacency...

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Thinking Minnesota: Issue 7, Spring 2017

DC's View of the Met Council | Crockett: MN Refugee Time-Out Needed | Because of Pensions There is No Budget Surplus | Making the Met Council Accountable | The Future of Work | The War on Cops | Sen. Tom Cotton to Keynote CAE Dinner June 17 | The Power of School Choice | Pearlstein on Political Predictions | David Lebedoff: Uncivil War | Young Leadership Council | New Staff: Catrin Thorman | 5 Questions with Rookie | Randal O'Toole: How the Met Council Misplans the Twin Cities | How Liberal Policies Betray America's Young | Kersten on St. Paul...

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Thinking Minnesota: Issue 6, Winter 2017

Interview w/ Heather Mac Donald about The War on Cops | Why Minnesota's Border Counties Can't Compete | Xcel's Wind Program | MNsure's Hidden Costs | Jonah Goldberg | Rethinking Post-Secondary | Refugees in MN | CAE Road Show in Greater MN | Minimum Wage | CAE at the Fair | Individual Responsibility | Union Abuse | CAE's Banner Year...

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