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July 2015 Member Updates

Tracy Mehan has been named Executive Director of Government Affairs for the American Water Works Association.  He will begin his duties in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 3, succeeding Tom Curtis in leading the association’s legislative, regulatory and advocacy efforts.  


Richard Bishirjian, The Conservative Rebellion (available for pre-order)

Dwight Murphey, A ‘Shared Market Economy:’  A Classical Liberal Rethinks the Market System is now available on Kindle


Brad Watson:
Call to Arms
Love’s Language Lost (this piece from 2005 is a timely read!)
Reclaiming the Rule of Law After Obergefell

S.T. Karnick (and Gene J. Koprowski): Pope Comes Out Against Carbon Credits, Disappoints True Eco-Believers

S.T. Karnick: The Left’s False Flag Operation

Sam Gregg:  Public Debt, Political Paralysis, and the West

William Fahey, Sin and Civilization–Reading Deeply into the Summer

Allen Mendenhall has several new pieces:
“The Bar Exam is Unfair and Undemocratic.”  Newsweek.
An Issue of Supreme Importance for 2016.”  (The American Spectator)
“The Next President and the Supreme Court.” (The Imaginative Conservative)
Harold Bloom’s American Sublime.”  (The American Conservative)
Boswell Gets His Due.”  (Liberty)

George Leef:
 “… Read Damon Root’s ‘Overruled'”
“Does ‘I, Pencil’ Need a Pro-Government Update?”
“We’re Still Learning the Lessons of Kelo
“Friedrichs vs. CTA”
“LegalZoom takes on State Bar”
“Civil Asset Forfeiture Victims…”

George H. Nash:


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