For a man who constantly claims to support "Buy American," Joe Biden demonstrates an inexplicable and…
CFIF on Twitter CFIF on YouTube
Inexcusable and Dangerous: Biden Administration Surrenders U.S. Patent Rights to World Trade Organization (WTO)

For a man who constantly claims to support "Buy American," Joe Biden demonstrates an inexplicable and almost fetish-like tendency to undercut American industries.

Since day one, the Biden Administration has ceaselessly besieged a domestic energy sector that finally achieved U.S. energy independence after decades of effort.  And now, it is following through on its inexcusably foolish assault against the U.S. pharmaceutical sector.

Each year, American pharmaceutical innovators account for an astounding two-thirds of all new lifesaving drugs introduced worldwide.  That's the direct result of our system of intellectual property (IP) protections, including patents, which consistently leads the world.

Instead of protecting that legacy of American Exceptionalism, however, the Biden Administration…[more]

June 17, 2022 • 12:30 PM

Liberty Update

CFIFs latest news, commentary and alerts delivered to your inbox.
Climate Change Is Not a Crisis
By David Harsanyi
Friday, September 10 2021
President Joe Biden contends that the recent hurricanes that hit the United States prove we're in a "climate crisis." It's a "code red" for the world, the president warns. White House national climate adviser Gina McCarthy added that climate is now a "health emergency." It is, no doubt, quite convenient for politicians to treat every hurricane, tornado and flood as an apocalyptic sign from Gaea – and then blame political apostates for the existence of nature. But it's an irrational way to think about the world. Because our situation is, in most ways – including…
 
Biden Can’t Spin Afghanistan Debacle to Claim Glory
Joe Biden’s catastrophic mismanagement in Afghanistan shouldn’t surprise anyone.  It…
Read more...
Recall Election Could Reverse the California Ideology
California once was run by conservatives and mostly centrist Democrats. True paleo-liberal governors…
Read more...
 
Democrats' Policies Are a Gift to China
China's leaders must be trading high-fives as they watch the American left push policies that will cripple…
Read more...
Two Questions About Afghan Refugees
Biden administration officials are proud of their effort to airlift about 118,000 Afghans, plus somewhere…
Read more...
 
Why Isn't Biden to Blame for COVID-19 Deaths?
One of the most morally revolting talking points taken up by Democrats in their effort to deflect attention…
Read more...
There’s a Problem In the Upper Reaches of Our Military
It is the beginning of a never-ending bad dream. Joe Biden and the Pentagon have managed to birth a new…
Read more...
 
Biden Administration and House Proposals Threaten Vital U.S. Railroad Sector
President Biden and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi often sing the praises of rail, which received…
Read more...
CDC's Mission Confusion
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a guide last week for "Inclusive Communication…
Read more...
 
The Ugly End We All Saw Coming
At 9:05 Monday night, State Department spokesman Ned Price issued a plaintive message to the new rulers…
Read more...
Biden's Disastrous Foreign-Policy Instincts
The unfolding disaster in Afghanistan is a bipartisan, transadministrational failure. It is a humiliation.…
Read more...
Quiz Question   
Which one of the following U.S. Presidents was born on the Fourth of July?
More Questions
Notable Quote   
 
"America's politicians aren't winning many popularity contests lately, and a survey doesn't like the job they're doing running our cities either! In a study of how efficiently the country's biggest metropolitan areas are operating, the nation's biggest and most famous cities finish at the bottom of the list.According to a recent WalletHub study, Washington, D.C. ranks as the worst-run big city in…[more]
 
 
—Chris Melore, Study Finds
— Chris Melore, Study Finds
 
Liberty Poll   

Are housing prices in your area currently rising, dropping or staying about the same?