Policy Today

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Politics/Social Contract
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Your Top Ten Policy Issues—And the Winners Are ...
Thursday, 13 March 2008

While PT's servers never approached meltdown, a number of our readers sent in their choices for our “Top 10” policy issues. We have our own ideas, but wanted to know yours. Throughout the comments – those posted on the site and received by e–mail – there was a similar undercurrent: that as a nation, we have been ill served by the lack of intelligent debate on issues that concern us most.

But, here you go—the sealed envelope, please. Let's start with the easy ones: (1) Education and (2) Healthcare. Writes Lisa Buhler, “I would like to see a discussion on the healthcare system – national healthcare has not worked for other countries – why would it work...

POLICY PRIORITIES: Your
Friday, 08 February 2008


In the coming issues, PT will cover people and policies in the following areas. Let us know whether they're on your “Top 10” list. And, if not, what are your “Top 10”?

Top 10 Policy Areas:

  1. Education
  2. Energy
  3. Environment /Climate Change
  4. Women's issues
  5. Men's issues
  6. Political process/campaign finance
  7. Federalism
  8. Criminal justice
  9. Economy/free markets
  10. Foreign Policy
Founding Fathers signing a document JULY 2008

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Term Limits
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Immigration
Environment

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

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