Newsletters

Newsletter 80 - Winter 2015

This 80th issue of the SAFE newsletter marks 20 years of quarterly publication. In honor of the occasion, we are proud to present excerpts from the inputs of 18 members (with links to the underlying letters, etc.) But for all our efforts, this country is headed for a crisis (eerily similar to what happened to Argentina - see video), which can only be averted if Americans wake up in time and demand a major course correction. The key is "smaller, more focused, less costly government;" numerous policy recommendations are spelled out on our website. Read More...

Newsletter 79 - Fall 2015

From appropriation bills to the Iranian nuclear deal, the Senate filibuster has been a prime source of Washington gridlock. In effect, the minority is calling most of the shots. Other stories: Federal Reserve interest rate decision, talk by Dr. David Legates on Delaware climate, "We the People" in the US Constitution, upgrades to the SAFE website.

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Newsletter 78 - Summer 2015

For better results, political leaders should assess problems realistically (e.g., illegal immigration), aim for solid improvement vs. moral crusades (like combating global warming), and fix failures (such as the War on Poverty). Other stories: brewing budget showdown, SAFE participation opportunities, and video corner (GovCare factions, wildlife, 1950s nostalgia). Read More...

Newsletter 77 - Spring 2015

Regular order, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, electronic edition, Pacific Legal Foundation, book reviews, video corner (Michael Tanner re war on poverty, college student interviews, find top tune on your birth date).

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