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InsiderOnline Blog: May 2014

To Do: Remember Those Who Sacrificed

• Monday is Memorial Day, so take a moment to remember those men and women, soldiers and sailors and airmen, who sacrificed so that we could be free. [Photo at right from The Official Website of Arlington National Cemetery]

Consider whether the Senate needs a little more gridlock. James Wallner will discuss his book The Death of Deliberation: Partisanship and Polarization in the United States Senate. Wallner’s talk will begin at noon on May 28 at The Heritage Foundation.

Examine the state of religious liberty in the military. Rep. John Fleming (R - La.) will speak at the Family Research Council at noon on May 28.

Hear the evidence that tax levels do indeed matter. The Heritage Foundation will host Arthur Laffer, Rex Sinquefield, and Stephen Moore discussing their book An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of States: How Taxes, Energy, and Worker Freedom will Change the Balance of Power Among States. The discussion will begin at noon on May 29.

Learn about the escalating costs and challenges of Medicaid under ObamaCare. The Cato Institute will host a discussion of what state policymakers can do to get Medicaid under control. The discussion will begin at noon on May 27.

Get out your nice clothes and have a ball at the Annual America’s Future Foundation Gala. The fun will begin at 7 p.m. on May 28 at the Reagan Building in Washington, D.C.

Examine the connection between economic liberty and human flourishing. The American Enterprise Institute will host a panel discussing the importance of economic liberty in the moral philosophies of the West’s great thinkers. The event will begin at 5:15 p.m. on May 27 at the American Enterprise Institute.

Confab with your tax reform allies from 54 countries at the World Taxpayers Conference in Vancouver Canada. The conference will run from May 29 to May 31.

Posted on 05/23/14 10:59 PM by Alex Adrianson

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