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Ramirez Cartoon: China IP Theft

Below is one of the latest cartoons from two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Michael Ramirez……[more]

July 29, 2021 • 10:02 AM
Public Health Officials Conceal Hospital Infection Outbreaks

Public Health Officials Conceal Hospital Infection Outbreaks

Too bad that public health officials, from the CDC on down, pander to hospital and nursing home executives rather than making them clean up their facilities and come clean about their outbreaks.

Amid Economic Uncertainty, Law Targeting Short Sales Would Backfire

Amid Economic Uncertainty, Law Targeting Short Sales Would Backfire

What the American economy needs at this moment of sudden peril is more certainty and flexibility, not less.

As U.S. Optimism Suddenly Plummets, We Can’t Allow Needless Regulation to Create Market Uncertainty

As U.S. Optimism Suddenly Plummets, We Can’t Allow Needless Regulation to Create Market Uncertainty

As U.S. Optimism Suddenly Plummets, We Can’t Allow Needless Regulation to Create Market Uncertainty.

Biden's COVID Presidency

Biden's COVID Presidency

The COVID issue has changed under his feet, passing his ambitious agenda with the flimsiest of legislative majorities will only get tougher, and public optimism is falling.

CFIF Survey: Voters Want Bipartisan Agreement on Spending Bills, Oppose COVID-19 Patent Waivers and Gov’t Setting Prices for Health Care

CFIF Survey: Voters Want Bipartisan Agreement on Spending Bills, Oppose COVID-19 Patent Waivers and Gov’t Setting Prices for Health Care

The survey shows that more than six in ten voters (62%) do not want new federal government spending bills passed without reaching a compromise and getting bipartisan support from Republicans.

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Broadband: America's Greatest Infrastructure Success Story

Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, discusses how America's private broadband infrastructure should serve as a model to bring more private management and investment to other types of infrastructure, and how the Biden Administration's idea of massively funding a government takeover of broadband[more]
Compulsory Donor Disclosure vs. Associational Privacy

Lee Goodman, Partner in the Washington, D.C., law office of Wiley, discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's recent ruling regarding the facial challenge to California's compulsory disclosure requirement of the names and other personal information of donors to non-profit organizations, broad First Amendment[more]
Personal Private Healthcare vs. A Public Option

Dr. Tony Dale, a British physician who immigrated to the U.S. in 1987 and is the founder of Sedera.com, discusses the innovative organization that provides a medical cost sharing community to help businesses and individuals handle larger medical costs, how a free market healthcare system promotes easier access[more]
Big Ending to the U.S. Supreme Court's Term

William J. Conti, a Partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Baker & Hostetler, discusses some of the biggest cases decided in the final days of the U.S. Supreme Court's current term, including one rejecting the NCAA's limits for athletes, another ruling that a Pennsylvania school district overstepped[more]
Donor Disclosure: The Big Chill

David Keating, President of the Institute for Free Speech, discusses how donor disclosure chills free speech, the recent IRS leaks of private taxpayer information, and Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Rodriquez, the current donor privacy case before the U.S. Supreme Court[more]
SCOTUS Update: What's Been Decided, What Remains?

Ilya Shapiro, Vice President of the Cato Institute and Director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies, discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's current caseload compared to other years, increased unanimity on the Court, some of the biggest cases already decided and yet to be decided, and whether[more]
Don't Be Misled By Anti-Patent Myths

Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs, debunks some anti-patent myths, and discusses the importance of protecting intellectual property rights in the U.S., and how strong patent protections ensure continued innovation[more]
Pipeline Politics and the Need for Climate Realism

Katie Tubb, Senior Policy Analyst for the Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation, discusses why it’s time for climate realism when it comes to China, President Biden’s hypocrisy on Keystone XL versus Nord Stream 2 pipelines, and actions the U.S. must take in the wake[more]
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The epic failure of "nation building." 1) Desperate professional-class Afghans bracing for the likely return to po… https://t.co/s6ix7FIkNn
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Democrats are deadly serious about enacting a policy of unlimited taxpayer funding of abortion — and are close to h… https://t.co/WorgNFS8eg
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In what year did the Fidel Castro-led revolution overthrow the Cuban government of President Fulgencio Batista?
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"Democrats in Washington have a new definition of infrastructure. It could be described as anything that Democrats want to do. Sens. Bernie Sanders and Chuck Schumer have outlined a massive social welfare scheme they term 'soft' or 'human' infrastructure. Yet it's the same old liberal agenda of cradle-to-grave dependence on government.To Democrats, infrastructure includes everything from government…[more]
 
 
—Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), Chairman of the U.S. Senate Republican Conference
— Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), Chairman of the U.S. Senate Republican Conference
 
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