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Student-Athletes Deserve 10-Year Scholarships

On June 21, the Supreme Court ruled that the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s strict limits on compensation for student-athletes violated antitrust law. The door is

This Is Not a Review of the Snyder Cut

Good news for movie buffs: 98 percent of AMC Theatres nationwide are now open to the public. I could not be more relieved. After watching movies exclusively

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Slow the Roll in the Student-Loan Market

To adapt Oliver Hardy: Well, here’s another nice mess the federal government has gotten us into. When Congress passed the CARES Act in March 2020, it placed student loans into “administrative forbearance” until September

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Slow the Roll in the Student-Loan Market

To adapt Oliver Hardy: Well, here’s another nice mess the federal government has gotten us into. When Congress passed the CARES Act in March 2020, it placed student loans into “administrative forbearance” until September

If T-Mobile, Sprint Merger Is OK’d, Consumers Win

After getting the nod from Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai last week, the final hurdle in front of the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile is the Justice Department’s antitrust

Are Crazy State Liquor Laws Constitutional?

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of Prohibition. While that odd chapter in American history officially concluded with the 21st Amendment’s ratification

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