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Image of the Day: Electric Vehicle Irrationality

As Congress considers the so-called "Clean Future Act," which would unfairly allow utilities to pass the cost of electric vehicle charging stations that overwhelmingly benefit the rich to all utility customers, it's worth highlighting how even the New York Times acknowledges how impossible "Green New Deal" dreams for EVs really are:

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May 05, 2021 • 08:49 PM
Biden's American Unions Plan

Biden's American Unions Plan

America needs better roads and bridges, but not at the cost of workers' freedom.

Are Americans Becoming Sovietized?

Are Americans Becoming Sovietized?

Here are 10 symptoms of Sovietism. Ask yourself whether we are headed down this same road to perdition.

First Amendment Protects Free Speech, Not Government Snooping

First Amendment Protects Free Speech, Not Government Snooping

If leftist politicians like Sheldon Whitehouse can’t internalize that simple truth, hopefully the Supreme Court this term will issue that necessary corrective.

No, There's No Mandate to Remake America

No, There's No Mandate to Remake America

Biden advocates argue that he can bring change to America in the style of Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the New Deal and Lyndon Johnson during the Great Society.

Punishing Big Pharma for Its Success Will Cost Lives

Punishing Big Pharma for Its Success Will Cost Lives

Without strong protections of intellectual property, companies won't make enormous investments of capital in the development of new drugs — the average cost of which is nearly $3 billion.

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Union Influence in School Re-openings

Jonathan Butcher, the Will Skillman Fellow in Education at The Heritage Foundation, discusses the stark contrast in school re-openings where union strongholds do and don't exist, and how school choice could play a bigger role in giving options to families held hostage by political partisanship rather than[more]
Biden's Broadband Plan Will Broaden, Not Bridge, Digital Divide

Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs, discusses President Biden’s $100 billion broadband spending proposal, why it would undermine private broadband investment, and how history teaches us that government-sponsored broadband doesn't work, costing American taxpayers[more]
Will It Be Game Over for the NCAA's Amateur Rules?

William J. Conti, a partner in the Washington, DC, office of Baker & Hostetler, discusses National Collegiate Athletic Association v. Alston, a case before the U.S. Supreme Court to determine whether the NCAA's limits on compensation for student athletes violate the nation's antitrust laws, and why abolishing[more]
Biden's "Court Packing" Commission

Carrie Severino, President of the Judicial Crisis Network and co-author of "Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court," discusses the 36-member commission recently created by President Biden to analyze whether to expand the size of the U.S. Supreme Court and impose[more]
Farmers vs. Union Trespassers

Chris Kieser, an Attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation, discusses, among other issues, property rights and a case recently argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in which farmers ask the Court to restore the right to turn away union organizers who storm their property[more]
GameStop Trading Volatility Is No Excuse for Harmful Taxation and Counterproductive Regulation

Brandon Arnold, Executive Vice President of National Taxpayers Union, discusses misguided Congressional proposals to ban short-selling and impose a financial transaction tax on American savers and investors, and lessons to be learned by looking overseas[more]
COVID Mutants & Masks, Presidential Communications, and A Country in Retreat

Quin Hillyer, Author, Historian, and Senior Commentary Writer & Editor for the Washington Examiner, shares details of his conversation with John Barry of the Tulane School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine regarding the one-year anniversary of COVID quarantines, lockdowns and masks, and discusses President[more]
How America Should Respond to Crises

Amity Shlaes, Author, Economic Historian, and Co-Editor of a New Edition of the "Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge," discusses the economic history of crises, why presidents should avoid "great," and her latest books[more]
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"Missouri's chief legal disciplinary officer accused St. Louis' top prosecutor of sweeping misconduct in the failed prosecution of former Gov. Eric Greitens, saying she lied to judges in court filings and testimony, withheld exculpatory evidence from the defense, misled her own prosecution team and violated the constitutional right to a fair trial.St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner, one of…[more]
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