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Norpac draws ire of publishing industry over paper tariffs

... formed the STOPP Coalition (Stop Tariffs on Print and Publishers), a group dedicated to fighting the tariffs. Members include the Printing Industries Association, Association of American Publisher... read more

Print & Packaging Legislative Summit 2018: Registration Now Open

Book Manufacturers Institute (BMI), National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM), and Resolute Forest Products. Representing a $1.4 trillion share of the U.S. economy, the thriving print... read more

Tariffs on imported newsprint are a potentially crushing blow to local newspapers and their communities

A coalition of U.S. printers, publishers, newspaper associations, paper suppliers and distributors calling itself STOPP — Stop ... tariffs put at risk an estimated 600,000 other American jobs in newsp... read more

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The renewed threat of action came in the face of an open letter to Trump issued by a US coalition ... tariffs on auto and auto parts would be a massive tax on consumers who buy and service their vehic... read more


Mergers, acquisitions and new contracts across metro Detroit

has been tapped by the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Manufacturing Extension Partnership program to lead a national effort to prepare MEP centers to roll out cybersecurity services ... read more

Publisher's Notes

MACHAN'S NEW BOOK ... publisher, HUMAN EVENTS; Tonie Nathan. 1972 Libertarian Party Vice Presidential Candidate (and the first woman to have received an electoral vote); and Murray Rothbard, Ph.D., pr... read more

Wal-Mart under attack: But should it fight back?

This intractable contradiction between the way Wal-Mart views its actions and the way the opposition does has culminated in what might be the most coordinated PR effort ever against a retailer-a coali... read more

I did not want to write about Kevin Williamson … but

Hanson wrote (emphasis added): Certainly, Kevin has expressed himself freely both in print and in interviews in ways that many thought were antithetical to the values of many conservatives — whether h... read more

High school biology teachers reluctant to endorse evolution in class

The majority of public high school biology teachers are not strong classroom advocates of evolutionary biology, despite 40 years of court cases that have ruled teaching creationism or intelligent desi... read more

UK’s Privy Council used to steamroller press regulation

Publishers were only given until 5:30 ... the International Association of Broadcasting, the International Press Institute and the World Press Freedom Committee. These organisations said the charter “ ... read more

China: zero tolerance for academic freedom

the 2015 disappearances of five book-sellers and publishers is still unresolved. These cases reveal the widening cracks in the “one country, two systems” model. Yet Beijing’s influence does not stop t... read more



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