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Image of the Day: What Obama FCC Internet Regulation Did to U.S. Broadband Investment

Inexplicably, the U.S. Senate this week narrowly moved to restore 2015 Obama Administration Federal Communications Commission (FCC) crony capitalist internet regulations.  Here's the effect that Obama FCC regulation immediately had on mobile broadband investment.  It's now the duty of the House of Representatives and the Trump Administration to kill this mindless Obama-era attempt to regulate the internet, and we encourage everyone to contact their Representatives and the White House to demand that action.

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May 18, 2018 • 12:09 pm
Congress Must Reform Federal Sugar Policy

Congress Must Reform Federal Sugar Policy

It's time Congress do its part by passing Representative Foxx's amendments to the farm bill, finally reforming indefensible federal sugar policy and offering relief at long last to American manufacturers, consumers and workers.

As Obamacare Premiums Soar, Dems Lie

As Obamacare Premiums Soar, Dems Lie

For Schumer and other Dems, soaring premiums are about politics.

Marginalizing Melania

Marginalizing Melania

When leftists can't win on their ideas, they resort to marginalizing the messengers of ideology they abhor — and their mates. It's not an attractive look.

Media Coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian Clash Is Built on a Myth

Media Coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian Clash Is Built on a Myth

The fact is that if Hamas were to drop its claim on Israel proper and stop using every opening provided to instigate violence, not a single Palestinian would ever have to die in this war.

Video: Free Market and Conservative Groups Speak Out for STRONGER Patents

Video: Free Market and Conservative Groups Speak Out for STRONGER Patents

In a video released by the Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF), the leaders of numerous free market and conservative organizations speak out in strong support of the STRONGER Patents Act.

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NAFTA, the Farm Bill and Sugar Subsidies

Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, discusses NAFTA modernization, the Farm Bill and how sugar subsidies are hurting American consumers and small businesses[more]
How Tariffs May Cause Unemployment

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Judicial Nominees and Schneiderman's Fall from Grace

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Much-Needed Welfare Reform

Mimi Teixeira, Graduate Fellow in Welfare Policy at The Heritage Foundation, discusses much-needed reforms in the welfare system, how over the years many states have weakened welfare’s work requirements and why voters support food stamp reforms in the Farm Bill[more]
Internet Taxation, Small Businesses and Consumers

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Scooter Libby: Was a Presidential Pardon Appropriate?

Lee Casey, Appellate and Constitutional Law Attorney at Baker & Hostetler, discusses why President Trump was right to pardon Scooter Libby, the history of the matter and whether a full pardon can rectify previous wrongs[more]
Foreign Policy Update: Syria, Iran, and France

Tzvi Kahn, Senior Iran Analyst with the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, discusses why President Trump was right to strike Syria but perhaps wrong to announce the withdrawal of U.S. troops, how Syria is a proxy of Iran and what role France can play in the region[more]
Catching Up on Comey, Cohen and Daniels

William J. Conti, Partner at Baker & Hostetler, discusses if and why we should pay attention to or care about the political drama plaguing the Trump administration with respect to former FBI Director James Comey, Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen and adult film star Stormy Daniels[more]
Question of the Week   
During which one of the following conflicts was U.S. paper money first printed by the Department of the Treasury?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"The blue wave that Democrats are counting on to win the day in November, and the Congress with it, just can't seem to break out of the swamp. This week's party primaries were counted on to produce candidates moderate enough, or at least sane enough, to restore credibility to Democratic prospects. It didn't happen quite that way.'Tuesday,' observes The Washington Post, the house organ of the party…[more]
 
 
—The Editors, The Washington Times
— The Editors, The Washington Times
 
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Do you believe media reporting that President Trump called immigrants "animals," without checking his full statement clearly referring specifically to "MS-13 gang members," was intentional or unintentional?