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Daniel Huizinga

Daniel Huizinga is a business/politics columnist for Opportunity Lives and has contributed more than 200 articles to Washington Times Communities, the Daily Caller, the Daily Signal, Red Alert Politics, RedState, TheCollegeConservative, PolicyMic, Turning Point USA, Intercollegiate Review, the Baylor Lariat, NewBostonPost, the AEI Values and Capitalism blog and others. He has been featured on MSNBC and won a Gold Circle Award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, the 2013 Columnist of the Year award from Turning Point USA, and 3rd place in the Jeff Zaslow College Columnist Contest sponsored by the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. He currently lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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“In the early days of commercial flight,” mused The Economist’s “Gulliver” columnist recently, “people would dress up to take to the air and marvel at the …

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Here’s a great way to cut government spending and improve job growth: let’s move the offices of several federal agencies outside of Washington, D.C. …

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Politicians and policy experts have argued for two decades about the merits of charter schools, with many studies showing the alternative public schools perform …

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The results are in for one of the most important global rankings in education — and the scores for the United States aren’t good. The Programme for …

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“I don’t want a handout—I just want an opportunity.” Liz Powers heard those words from many of the homeless she was working to help …

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A new 400-page report by the World Economic Forum reveals the current state of economic competitiveness for almost 140 countries around the world and …

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In the age of breakneck technological innovation, one aspect of government the digital revolution has yet to touch: voting. It’s surprising we still use …

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Having a dog is one of life’s greatest joys, and yet finding someone to take care of your favorite pet can be quite a …

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The Digital Revolution is upon us, and it has profound implications for our way of life. With so many contradicting narratives (based mostly on opinion …

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Unemployment insurance is a valuable program for people enduring the stress and uncertainty of temporary joblessness. But if the benefits become too generous, unemployment …