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Image of the Day: Another View of Those Helped in Trump Economy

From our friends at the Senate Joint Economic Committee (JEC), another helpful perspective on how President Trump's economic agenda has helped those who need it most, in contrast to his predecessor who only claimed his policies pursued that end:

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January 28, 2020 • 09:55 am
Happy Anniversary to Citizens United

Happy Anniversary to Citizens United

Publishing companies, especially smaller ones, can now print books about political figures without being policed by the state.

The Israel-U.S. Model Has Been a Resounding Success

The Israel-U.S. Model Has Been a Resounding Success

Instead of cajoling allies to join us in expeditionary wars abroad, the U.S. increasingly appears reluctant to intervene, especially in the Middle East.

Sabre/Farelogix Merger: DOJ Antitrust Lawsuit Needlessly Threatens U.S. Prosperity and Innovation

Sabre/Farelogix Merger: DOJ Antitrust Lawsuit Needlessly Threatens U.S. Prosperity and Innovation

Contrary to the DOJ’s assertion, Sabre doesn’t seek to eliminate Farelogix, but rather incorporate and improve its software product to provide a superior product.

Trump Comes Out Swinging Against Impeachment

Trump Comes Out Swinging Against Impeachment

Biden's conduct in Ukraine raises questions. What's wrong with investigating? That's the point, say Trump's lawyers.

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Congress Cannot Limit the President's Constitutional Authority

David Rivkin, Jr., a Partner at Baker & Hostelter, discusses the recent resolution passed by the House of Representatives purporting to restrict the president's power to wage war, how the power to declare war is different from the power to make war and what history teaches us[more]
U.S. Trade Policy

Bryan Riley, Director of National Taxpayer Union's Free Trade Initiative, discusses the latest developments in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), what it means for taxpayers, how the proposed changes impact intellectual property protections, and what may work in negotiating U.S. trade relations with[more]
Impeachment and Other Updates From Inside the Beltway

William Conti, Partner at Baker & Hostetler in Washington, DC, discusses impeachment, who it helps and hurts, and the Democratic presidential primaries[more]
U.S.-Iran Relations: How We Got Here

Tzvi Kahn, Research Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, discusses the U.S. strike on Qassem Soleimani, how it represents the most consequential development in the Middle East in recent history, what it means for U.S. relations with Iran, Iraq, North Korea and Russia, and what may be next[more]
Impeachment, Separation of Powers and the U.S. Constitution

Timothy Snowball, Attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation, discusses separation of powers, the impeachment process and how the Framers of the Constitution intended for it to be used[more]
Transparency and Big Tech

Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, discusses why more heavy-handed government regulation of the internet is not needed and why the FCC's transparency rule as applied currently to Internet Service Providers might be the right model for so-called Big Tech[more]
Why the "Green Act" May Have Us Seeing Red

Ross Marchand, Director of Policy for the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, discusses the recently unveiled "Green Act," which would expand from 200,000 to 600,000 the per-manufacturer cap on tax credits for Electric Vehicle producers, and why this failed "green tax credit" should be phased out[more]
Elizabeth Warren's Destructive Plan to Slash Military Budgets

Giselle Donnelly, Resident Fellow in Defense and National Security at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses Senator Elizabeth Warren's desire to "take a sharp knife" to defense budgets and what happens to the morale of the men and women in uniform with such steep cuts[more]
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How many States have adopted “red flag” laws to temporarily limit the possession of firearms?
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"Do Schumer and Pelosi want to sacrifice Biden in a bid to damage Trump?That's the choice they face. Either the nation moves on to other business and the election, or the parties engage in mutual destruction over Bolton and the Bidens.Acquittal and moving on is my hope. Mutual destruction is my fear."…[more]
—Michael Goodwin, New York Post
— Michael Goodwin, New York Post
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Voters in Kings County (Seattle), Washington, are being allowed to vote in a local election from their smartphones. Is this a good idea because of the ease of voting or a bad idea because of voting security and integrity concerns?