Published November 18, 2011
In good Orwellian fashion, the occupiers chant: “this is what democracy looks like,” as if they hadn’t been resoundingly trounced in the last national elections.
Published November 08, 2011
On December 21, 2010, President Obama’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) fittingly chose the darkest day of the year to ignore Congress, the courts, the American people, and common sense. They voted to unravel a decade of remarkably successful hands-off Internet policy and impose potentially devastating regulations on the previously free market Internet.
Published October 24, 2011
For President Obama to impose yet another mortgage bailout on a country sick of bailouts by going around Congress is simply outrageous.
Published October 19, 2011
Author Phil Kerpen argues that when the American people headed to the voting booth on November 2, 2010, they thought they were putting an end to President Obama’s “fundamental transformation” of America. They were wrong.
Published September 23, 2011
Free from regulation, the Internet has been a bright spot in our weak economy, with tech sector unemployment at just 3.3 percent. The net neutrality order will start us down the path to crippling it with regulations. A study from NYU found the rule will destroy between 100,000 and 200,000 jobs.
Published September 08, 2011
The law we know today as ObamaCare was a bill that was never meant to be the final version of the law. The consequences of that action are big and now comes the biggest glitch of all.
Published September 02, 2011
The is Obama administration's move to block the AT&T and T-Mobile deal is an open attack on one of our most prolific job creators.
Published August 02, 2011
Senate Democrats have failed to pass a budget for 825 days and counting. Americans need to demand that Senate Democrats tell us where they stand on the budget. Now.
Published July 19, 2011
In the House of Representatives Republicans must stand strong and reject the McConnell approach to resolving the debt ceiling crisis. Then they must force President Obama and Democrats to explain why obstructing popular, commonsense reforms like a balanced budget amendment is more important than stopping what they insist is a doomsday scenario.
Published July 14, 2011
The American people are sick of cynical scare tactics as a cover for Washington tax-borrow-and-spend as usual. Before we even consider allowing the federal government to accumulate even more debt for our children and grandchildren to pay, Congress needs to show a serious commitment to putting us on a path to a sound fiscal future.