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Browsing: Civil Society
The Badger Institute’s visiting fellow, Eloise Anderson, explains why men who have been left behind are vital to a new civil society.
The good things in life in this democracy — opportunity, fulfillment, upward mobility, prosperity, the redounding energy and succor that comes from free association, love of relatives and friends
Milwaukee’s school choice program shows that letting parents choose a moral ecology is how differing beliefs can coexist.
Kids are the ultimate losers when this reality is ignored.
Governor’s veto lays bare the doubletalk of the CRT crowd.
The following is testimony delivered by Badger Institute Senior Vice President Michael Jahr in favor of AB 692, a bill designed to eliminate the marriage penalty for participants in the Wisconsin Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) program.
Hear a special message from Badger Institute President Mike Nichols.
If you’ve recently filled out a school admission form, read a story in the local paper, or listened to a white politician talk about Latinos, then you may have heard the term Latinx.
Listen to a special message from our staff.
Young conservatives fear and loathe cancel culture
A frank conversation excerpted from the Badger Institute’s podcast series, Free Exchange
Civil Rights Leader Bob Woodson from the Woodson Center joins the Badger Institute to discuss his alternative to Critical Race Theory. Originally live-streamed on July 22nd, 2021.
Most of the Declaration of Independence was a litany of grievances against King George III. The language was pretty stark
Downplayed by the media, two very different COVID-19 outcomes for the old and young
Elections commission is confident that ballot tracking and barcoding will mean smooth and secure voting
Madison protesters sacrifice symbol of abolition, equality and freedom for Black Lives Matter dogma
How people — and finely crafted furniture — leave an indelible imprint on our lives
1800s utopian commune called Ceresco was established — and collapsed — just blocks from where GOP was later founded
Family’s universal belief is that competition and merit are best for America
Democrats on the far left embrace redistribution of income and other modern-day socialist ideals