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This free market solution can bring internet access to millions in rural America — no taxes needed

The election of President Donald Trump underscored the immense divide between rural and urban Americans. While those in large population centers continue to gain access to better services and opportunities, rural Americans face a diametrically opposite situation. Primarily among those is a lack of basic, affordable broadband internet to tens of millions of rural Americans. […]

UC-Berkeley claims right to suppress free speech in legal motion

The University of California, Berkeley is trying to get a judge to dismiss the First Amendment lawsuit filed by conservative students after the school blocked Ann Coulter from speaking. The suit alleges that UC administrators have systematically stifled “the speech of conservative students whose voices fall beyond the campus political orthodoxy,” claiming that Berkeley has […]

Liberal Protesters Try To Crash Congressman’s Birthday Party, Fail Miserably

At Congressman Dana Rohrabacher’s annual birthday party, Rep. Brian Mast, a Purple Heart recipient who lost both legs in Afghanistan, delivered a moving speech about his belief in American opportunity and exceptionalism. Drawing on his own experience of serving in Afghanistan and being severely wounded by a Taliban IED, he reiterated that America faces threats both […]

Here’s how bad tax policy affects real people in the real world

Last month, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady outlined his vision to “go bold” with tax reform for the good of the American people. In an attempt to pass the legislation before the August recess started, Chairman Brady admitted that “there may be a need” to adopt part of former Chairman Dave Camp’s […]

Why President Trump was right to pull out of the Paris Climate Deal

Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised voters that he would put “America First” in the international stage. In November, tens of millions of Americans voted to end the policies of President Obama, which many felt put the interests of the world ahead of their own. President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord […]

The free market is bringing down costs in this area of health care; lobbyists are fighting back

Telemedicine, the remote diagnosis and treatment of patients through telecommunications technology, represents the best hope for access to affordable health care worldwide. New groundbreaking technologies, which allow consumers to receive a remote eye exam and refill their eye prescription from the comfort of their home, are the beginning of a new era in health care […]

Evergreen Trustees condemn ‘indefensible’ protest tactics

The Evergreen State College Board of Trustees released a statement over the weekend reproaching the tactics, if not the underlying intent, of the recent student protests on campus. “During the last week, the conduct of a small percentage of Evergreen’s community members exhibited unacceptable behavior that is completely contrary to Evergreen’s values,” Board Chair Gretchen […]

Lawmakers propose defunding Evergreen State amid protests

State lawmakers in Washington are fed up with the antics of Evergreen State College, and plan to introduce legislation Thursday to privatize the left-leaning institution. As Campus Reform initially reported, hundreds of students marched through campus last week demanding the resignation of Professor Bret Weinstein, who had questioned the school’s decision to ask white people […]

The American Consumer Wins By Dismantling Dodd-Frank

On May 4th, the House Financial Services Committee advanced The Financial CHOICE Act, a bill by Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), which eliminates price fixing and repeals anti-consumer measures in Dodd-Frank. The legislation eliminates the Durbin Amendment, which has saved big retailers nearly $42,000,000,000 since its passage in 2010, with a significant amount coming from low-income […]

Students, faculty demand OCC get Republicans ‘out of our face’

Students and faculty stormed the Orange Coast College administration building Monday to protest the release of public records and demand that the administration end its “neutrality” on political issues by removing the College Republicans. The protest formed in opposition to the OCC College Republicans chapter, which released emails obtained from a public records request showing Professor […]