Below are links to tributes from across the web to our friend Bruce Herschensohn, who served on CFIF…
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Tributes to Bruce Herschensohn (September 10, 1932 – November 30, 2020)

Below are links to tributes from across the web to our friend Bruce Herschensohn, who served on CFIF's Board of Directors from its inception until his death on November 30, 2020. May he R.I.P. The Happiest Warrior, by Troy Senik, in City Journal Remembering Bruce Herschensohn, by John Gizzi, in Newsmax Bruce Herschensohn, RIP, by Timothy Sandefur, in The Dispatch Remembering Bruce Herschensohn, by Hugh Hewitt, The Richard Nixon Foundation Bruce Herschensohn: A Friend of Freedom, by Larry Greenfield, in Jewish Journal Bruce Herschensohn, R.I.P., by Arnold Steinberg, in National Review School of Public Policy Mourns the Loss of Bruce Herschensohn, by Pepperdine School of Public Policy Bruce Herschensohn (September 10, 1932…[more]

December 04, 2020 • 11:17 AM
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Among the Trump Administration’s Best Appointments

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Among the Trump Administration’s Best Appointments

It’s now up to political leaders and the American electorate to recognize his achievements and preserve them moving forward against malign interests that will seek to reverse them to our collective detriment.

Goodbye to 'Peace Through Strength'?

Goodbye to 'Peace Through Strength'?

A strong military deters challenges to U.S. authority and to order in the world.

The Electoral College, Now More Than Ever

The Electoral College, Now More Than Ever

The fact that the Electoral College doesn't align with the "popular vote" isn't alarming; it is the point.

Hands Off Operation Warp Speed

Hands Off Operation Warp Speed

By May…enough Americans will have been vaccinated to create herd immunity, allowing the nation to get back to normal. That will be the most impressive public health triumph in a century. Provided politics doesn't blow it up.

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Post-Election Scorecard and the Politics of a Pandemic

William J. Conti, a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Baker & Hostetler, discusses the pandemic politics, what the Biden Administration might look like, and a post-election scorecard of the candidates beyond just the races — who helped themselves and who hurt themselves[more]
The Impact of COVID-19 Restrictions on Jobless Rates

Rachel Greszler, Research Fellow in Economics, Budget and Entitlements at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how states that have given individuals, businesses and schools the freedom to return to most activities with proper safety precautions in place are faring relatively well and how some states are lagging[more]
Harmful Impact of Price Controls for Seniors

Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, discusses Commitment to Seniors, his organization's new project to shed light on public policies that harm seniors, how imposing foreign price controls on medicines will have devastating impacts on seniors and innovation, and the regulatory fights that may lie[more]
Health Care Policy: What Voters Want

Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs, discusses a recent national survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies on behalf of CFIF that measures health care priorities and demonstrates that voters, across party, overwhelmingly prefer the role of the federal government to be[more]
Protest with Passion, Not Violence

Dr. Charmaine Yoest, Vice President of the Institute for Family, Community and Opportunity at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how Americans want our heritage of peaceful elections protected, the work that must be done to ensure a "more perfect union," and why we as Americans need to reject political[more]
Election Predictions and a Look Forward

William J. Conti, a Partner at Baker & Hostetler, offers his final predictions on next week's elections, the landscape for both parties, and top contenders for 2024[more]
Economic Engagement: The Greatest Weapon Against International Tyranny

Luke Hogg, Foundation Program Coordinator at FreedomWorks, discusses human rights abuses by the Maduro regime in Venezuela, the negative implications for Venezuelans should American corporations be forced to leave, the importance of granting general licenses to American corporations operating in Venezuela to[more]
SCOTUS: Confirmation, Cases and the Constitution

Ilya Shapiro, Director of Cato Institute's Center for Constitutional Studies, discusses the confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, cases pending at the start of the SCOTUS 2020 term and his latest book, "Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America’s Highest Court.&#[more]
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"Many elected officials have told Americans for months to stay home and forego everything from religious gatherings and team sports to holiday dinners and even funerals to stem the spread of the coronavirus. And yet we keep seeing news reports about officials flouting their own rules with a nice dinner out or a trip.The rules just don't seem to apply to America's political class. Their refusal to…[more]
—Sally Pipes, Pacific Research Institute President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy
— Sally Pipes, Pacific Research Institute President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy
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