The Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) announced Thursday the formation of the ‘One More Vote Campaign’ project — an allusion to 1995 when a constitutional amendment fell short just one vote in the Senate
A lot has changed since that not-so-halcyon year 1934. So why are the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and “net neutrality” advocates attempting to regulate the Internet under laws drafted for the technology of that era?
While Van Hollen and Schumer move to prevent TARP recipients from election spending, they hold the gate open for Big Labor
There’s a way we can avoid the Greek path upon which Obama is taking America. Namely, by returning to fundamental principles of spending and entitlement discipline
We’ve all heard the old adage, “Lead, follow or get out of the way. There is perhaps no other issue for which that adage better applies today than Internet innovation. There are the leaders—telecommunications and cable companies investing tens of billions of dollars annually in broadband network expansion and innovation.
Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission was a welcome victory for free speech and the First Amendment.