Does growing concentration of wealth in the top one percent of the nation imply that wealth is being taken from low- and middle-income Americans?

In this short paper, we provide a snapshot of black voting behavior in presidential elections over 80 years, from 1936 to the present. We then compile recent polling data to gain insight into what opinions and attitudes may be driving the political/voting behavior of this population.

Court decisions purging religion from our schools and public spaces have dramatically influenced the national culture negatively, undermining values such as personal responsibility and family and leading to a dramatic growth of government.

The purpose of this paper is to clarify how The Center for Urban Renewal and Education (“CURE”) understands the vision of America and the implications for CURE’s mission and work.

CURE recommends reforming Social Security by transforming it into a system of ownership through personally owned retirement accounts to replace the current pay-as-you-go government taxation and spending program.

One of the challenges of producing public policy targeted to homelessness is the absence of any rigorous and consistent work characterizing this population.

Education choice is the idea that parents should be able to choose where to send their children to school and is also called "Education Freedom." The call for education choice impacts approximately 50.4 million students enrolled in public schools across America and their parents.