In a new must-read story, the Weekly Standard’s Fred Barnes recaps his experience at CRN’s second annual policy summit, which we held last week in advance of a new policy project we will launch in June.
CRN is focused on reforming the broken policies that make life harder for American families— and, just hours after the deadline for millions of Americans to file their tax returns, it’s especially clear that our complicated, unfair federal tax code is a great place to start.
In today’s Washington Post, Michael Gerson discusses his experience last week at CRN’s second annual policy summit.
There are signs that some on the Left are now “at least aware” of the credibility problem they face in selling their failed agenda to middle-class Americans.
As millions of high school seniors across the country receive acceptance (and, yes, rejection) letters from institutions of higher learning this spring, they and their parents are faced with the increasingly difficult question of how to handle the skyrocketing costs of earning a degree.
Good morning, folks—and a very happy Opening Day to you. Here in Washington it’s a beautiful day for a ballgame, and this season marks the tenth year since big league ball returned to the nation’s capital. We hope many of you are planning to grab a dog and a cold one at the ballpark this […]