Category: Regulation

In The News… 4.6.16

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Daily Signal on how politicians have been dishonest on trade Environment & Energy on Mike Lee’s conservative credentials and his view of the right role of the federal government Rand Paul’s op-ed in Grayson County News Gazette; We Must Stop Wasteful Spending Now

National Review: Too Much Regulation

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Too Many Laws, Too Much Regulation By Michael Turner in National Review Legislators at all levels of government try to make everything their business. Amid the many crucial issues facing this country, lawmakers in some 30 states turned last month to a matter of grave national import: regulating fantasy sports betting. Depending on the state, […]

Sen. Mike Lee’s Op-Ed On FCC Regulations And Overreach

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“Instead of expanding the scope of an 80-year-old law beyond recognition, we should trust the good judgment and common sense of the American people to decide what works and what doesn’t.” (AP File Photo/Susan Walsh Bringing freedom back to the Internet By SEN. MIKE LEE  in the Washington Examiner  2/25/16 12:03 AM A year ago today, […]

In The News… 2.11.16

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Real Clear Markets on the true cost of over-regulation Forbes; Despite everything Bernie says, Wall Street was not deregulated before the crash Roll Call on taking down establishment and incumbent Republicans; the Club for Growth PAC is “the most influential of a coterie of organizations known for taking on Republican incumbents” The News and Observer; […]

Investor’s Business Daily: Job Creation Slows Where Minimum Wages Rise

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Jed Graham in Investor’s Business Daily Minimum Wages Surged In 6 Cities Last Year; Then This Happened Hiring at restaurants, hotels and other leisure and hospitality sector venues slowed markedly last year in metro areas that saw big minimum-wage hikes, new Labor Department data show. Wherever cities implemented big minimum-wage hikes to $10 an hour or more last […]

Quad City Times – McIntosh: Cruz is right to question ethanol subsidies

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Op-Ed available online here. Desperate and out of touch. That’s what comes to mind when lobbyists who want ethanol mandates are driving around in an RV, stalking and criticizing Sen. Ted Cruz as he campaigns in Iowa. If there’s one message Americans are sending this campaign season it’s that they want Washington out of the […]

Wall St Journal – The Sugar Scandal

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The Sugar Scandal Wall Street Journal (Editorial) 07/29/15   Americans pay nearly twice as much per pound as foreigners do for sugar, thanks to U.S. import restrictions and subsidies. We’ve tilted at this corporate welfare for decades, but new political forces are aligning to take another run. The absurdity of the federal sugar program is legendary. […]

John Stossel: Supreme Court decision turns “grapes of wrath” into delight

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John Stossel explains the recent SCOTUS decision and what it means for free markets Check out more from John Stossel on his YouTube page. #WeThePeople

Club for Growth Opposes Obama On “Net Neutrality”

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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 […]

What’s the Right Minimum Wage?

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