In this installment of the Freedom Minute, the Center for Individual Freedom’s (“CFIF”) Renee Giachino discusses our nation’s growing epidemic of frivolous patent litigation by illegitimate parties who hope to score “jackpot jury” verdicts or simply frighten legitimate patent holders into costly out-of-court settlements to avoid catastrophic litigation costs, and the bipartisan effort in Washington, DC, to help address the problem.
In this edition of the Freedom Minute, CFIF’s Renee Giachino discusses President Obama’s handling of the growing threat from ISIS and how ensuring America’s national security must come first, before acting on any humanitarian impulse to help the true victims of the chaos in Syria.
In this installment of the Freedom Minute, CFIF’s Renee Giachino discusses the massive toxic spill caused by the EPA in a Colorado river, the agency’s response to the disaster and the double standard by which business and the feds are held to account.
In this latest installment of the Freedom Minute, CFIF’s Renee Giachino discusses Puerto Rico’s debt crisis, explains why a Chapter 9 bailout is a bad idea, and warns that Puerto Rico should serve as a wake-up call for the entire nation to get its fiscal house in order.
In this week’s Freedom Minute, CFIF’s Renee Giachino demands accountability for the apparent fraud that took place enabling Members of Congress and their staff to circumvent clear rules under ObamaCare in order to keep their taxpayer-subsidized health insurance.
In this week’s Freedom Minute video, CFIF’s Renee Giachino discusses the plan by President Obama and the FCC to seize unprecedented regulatory control over the Internet by reclassifying Internet service as a public utility.
In this week’s Freedom Minute, CFIF’s Renee Giachino discusses the Constitutional crisis set up by President Obama’s unilateral action on immigration and the lasting damage to the separation of powers that will result if left unchecked by Congress.
In this week’s Freedom Minute, CFIF’s Renee Giachino discusses Barack Obama’s misguided push to have the Federal Communications Commission regulate the Internet like a public utility under telephone and railroad laws drafted in the 1930s – long before the Internet (or computers, for that matter) was even invented.
At the pace with which new videos continue to surface of ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber insulting American voters and exposing the Administration’s legal and deceitful public relations case for the president’s signature health care law, it truly is hard to keep up.
Therefore, a big thank you is in order to the good folks at American Commitment, the organization that released the first Gruber video, for compiling everything you need to know about GruberGate, including Mr. Gruber’s most controversial comments – all in this in one handy two-minute video.
There has been no shortage of commentary in recent weeks and months addressing the illegality of President Obama’s planned executive action on immigration. Even Obama himself, despite his plans to announce a sweeping new executive order on immigration tonight on prime-time television, has argued that circumventing Congress and acting unilaterally would be illegal.
In fact, Fox News’ “The Kelly File” dug up some 25 instances in which Obama said so on camera over the last several years.
In this week’s Freedom Minute, CFIF’s Renee Giachino discusses the significance of voter ID requirements, the importance of protecting both the rights and privileges of American voters and making sure every vote counts on Election Day.
CFIF’s Renee Giachino discusses the senseless legislative and PR push by the Obama Administration and many Congressional Democrats against U.S. corporations legally working to reduce their tax burden. Giachino explains that the most effective way forward is to reduce the U.S. corporate tax rate – currently the highest in the developed world – so American companies can better compete in the global economy.
CFIF’s Renee Giachino discusses the mainstream media’s treatment of the Obama administration and how important it is that the Fourth Estate begin to hold the administration accountable for its actions and policies.