In an interview with CFIF, Bradley A. Smith, Chairman and Founder of the Center for Competitive Politics and Former Chairman of the FEC, discusses campaign finance law 40 years after the Supreme Court's seminal decision in Buckley v Valeo and why "big money" isn't buying this election.
Sarah Westwood, Watchdog Reporter for the Washington Examiner, discusses the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton's paid speeches to private groups, what is different about the use of personal e-mail accounts by former Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice as compared to Hillary Clinton, and the finger-pointing and mudslinging on the GOP side of the campaign trail.
Quin Hillyer, Contributing Editor of National Review magazine, Senior Editor for The American Spectator magazine and Political Commentator, discusses the sore losers of the GOP post Iowa, Donald Trump and New Hampshire values, and which quarterbacks should be considered a GOAT or BOAT (the Greatest of All Time or the Best of All Time) post Super Bowl 50.
Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs, discusses the critical benefits offered by patent litigation reform legislation currently before Congress, including its provisions targeting ongoing venue abuse, and how reform complements rather than contradicts America's strong intellectual property rights system.
David Barnes, Policy Director of Generation Opportunity, discusses the challenges Millennials face, real solutions to be considered, and his recent TIME op-ed, "Obama's Optimism Isn't Shared by Millennials."