Thomas Berry, Attorney and Lead Strategist for Pacific Legal Foundation's Constitutional Rules for Rulemaking Litigation Campaign, discusses the role of career civil servants who illegitimately and unaccountably “rule” America.
Sally Pipes, President, CEO and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Studies at the Pacific Research Institute, discusses the Department of Health and Human Services's proposed rule that would allow insurers to sell "short-term" health plans, a much less expensive plan than ObamaCare's premium-inflating mandates.
Lee Casey, Partner at Baker & Hostetler, discusses the House Democratic surveillance memorandum, why Americans should care about it, and how FISA abuses are a special threat to privacy and due process.
Fred Karlinsky, Shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, Adjunct Professor of Law at Florida State University College of Law and Governor Rick Scott's Appointee on the Florida Constitution Revision Commission, discusses Florida's latest legislative session, the state budget, and the status of the Constitution Revision Commission's effort to propose changes to the Florida Constitution for voter consideration.
Kristina Rasmussen, Vice President of Federal Affairs for the Foundation for Government Accountability, discusses changes that need to be made to America's welfare system so it will serve only those who really need it.
Raheel Raza, Clarion Project Advisory Board Member, Founding Member of the Muslim Reformer Movement, and International Human Rights Activist, discusses a new campaign to prevent the spread of radical Islamic ideology and violence among American children and youth, and France's efforts to curb Islamic extremism.
Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President for Legal and Public Affairs, discusses proposed bipartisan legislation that will provide relief and support to American creators and innovators by restoring the historic strength of the U.S. patent system.
Richard Samp, Chief Counsel for the Washington Legal Foundation, discusses WLF's brief filed in the U.S. Supreme Court, which urges the Court to review and strike down a Berkeley, California, ordinance that requires all cell phone retailers to post cell phone health warnings, in violation of their First Amendment rights not to be compelled to convey the government's message.
Bradley A. Smith, Chairman and Founder of the Institute for Free Speech, discusses the Mueller indictments, campaign finance laws, and proposals to respond to foreign interference with broad-based restrictions on American online issue speech.