Does the federal government have too little on its plate these days, or too much?  The American public…
CFIF on Twitter CFIF on YouTube
FCC Micromanagement Could "Blow Up" Planned Spectrum Auction

Does the federal government have too little on its plate these days, or too much?  The American public is unequivocal on that question, with a record 60% telling Gallup that bureaucrats are wielding too much power.  Only 7% say "too little."

Despite that ugly reality, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) seeks to increase its level of micromanagement over our telecommunications market.  The auction of spectrum from television stations to wireless carriers is obviously long overdue, and ideally would improve service quality and speed within that growing market.  Unfortunately, the FCC intends to limit participation in bidding on highly valuable low-frequency airwaves by excluding the largest and most successful carriers in many markets.  As Bret Swanson observes at TechPolicyDaily…[more]

April 22, 2014 • 03:13 pm

Liberty Update

CFIFs latest news, commentary and alerts delivered to your inbox.
Jester's CourtroomLegal tales stranger than stranger than fiction: Ridiculous and sometimes funny lawsuits plaguing our courts.
Home Press Room CFIF Launches TV Ads Targeting Six Congressional House Districts
CFIF Launches TV Ads Targeting Six Congressional House Districts Print
Wednesday, September 19 2012

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The Center for Individual Freedom today launched six television ads in as many federal House districts.  The new ads expressly urge viewers to vote against the following candidates for federal office: Rep. Leonard Boswell in IA-3, Rep. Ben Chandler in KY-6, Rep. Bill Owens in NY-21, Dan Maffei in NY-24, Steven Horsford in NV-4 and Rep. Jim Matheson in UT-4.

The independent expenditure ads can be viewed below:

CFIF “Three of a Kind” – IA-3

 

 CFIF “Busy” – KY-6

 

 CFIF “Shelf Life” – NY-21

 

CFIF “Stick” – NY-24

 

 CFIF “Burden” – NV-4

 

 CFIF “Same” – UT-4

 

Founded in 1998, the Center for Individual Freedom is a constitutional and free market advocacy organization with more than 250,000 supporters and activists nationwide. 

The above ads were paid for by the Center for Individual Freedom – www.cfif.org – and were not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

###

Related Articles :
Question of the Week   
How much is the Internal Revenue Service expected to pay out in employee bonuses for fiscal year 2013?
More Questions
Quote of the Day   
 
"Justice Sotomayor argues explicitly that Michigan’s voters would have been within their rights to, for example, lobby university authorities to adopt race-neutral admissions standards but that by adopting a constitutional amendment insisting on race neutrality, thereby transferring the decision from the education bureaucrats to the people themselves and their constitution, they 'changed the…[more]
 
 
—The Editors, National Review
— The Editors, National Review
 
Liberty Poll   

Is ObamaCare “working”?