Regulation

Club for Growth Opposes Obama On “Net Neutrality”

Barney Keller - November 10th, 2014

Club for Growth President Chris Chocola: “The IRS is corrupt, ObamaCare is a disaster and its website was laughably terrible, the debt goes up year after year, and we’re supposed to trust the government to regulate the Internet?”

Washington, DC – The Club for Growth today issued the following statement on President Obama’s decision to ask the FCC to classify the Internet as a public utility:

“The IRS is corrupt, ObamaCare is a disaster and its website was laughably terrible, the debt goes up year after year, and we’re supposed to trust the government to regulate the Internet?” said Club for Growth President Chris Chocola. “Private Internet providers already compete with each other to provide broadband access to millions of Americans, and limiting their ability to sell their products how they see fit will stifle innovation and competition, not encourage it. The Internet is not broken, and there is no need for a team of government bureaucrats to come in and fix it.”

What’s the Right Minimum Wage?

Andrew Roth - October 29th, 2014

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Andrew Roth - July 21st, 2014

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In (dis)honor of Dodd-Frank’s 4th birthday, here are the AYES & NAYS from 2010.

House: http://goo.gl/dMVebE

Senate: http://goo.gl/C06WDw

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Secretary Lew Comments On “Economic Patriotism” Shameful

Barney Keller - July 16th, 2014

Club for Growth President Chris Chocola: “It is shameful that Treasury Secretary Lew would question the patriotism of the companies that drive economic growth here in the United States.”

Washington, DC – The Club for Growth issued the following statement in response to a letter from Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to the Senate Finance Committee calling for a “new sense of economic patriotism” that prevents American companies from taking advantage of a process in the tax code known as inversion:

 

“It is shameful that Treasury Secretary Lew would question the patriotism of the companies that drive economic growth here in the United States,”  said Club for Growth President Chris Chocola. “Companies aren’t taking advantage of inversion because they’re unpatriotic, they’re taking advantage of it because the Obama administration and Congress have failed to pass comprehensive tax reform that would make America a far more attractive place to invest. Instead of ridiculous attacks on the patriotism of job-creating business leaders and the companies they represent, Treasury Secretary Lew should call on President Obama to push Congress to adopt something similar to the tax reform proposal offered by Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp, which provides a framework for real pro-growth tax reform.”

Obama’s Phony Keystone Pipeline Decision

Andrew Roth - March 14th, 2012

Here’s a video of Ezra Levant, the host of The Source, for Canada’s Sun News: