Kartel Policy

John Cornyn Holding Up Key Trump Nominee

FreedomWorks Vice President of Advocacy Noah Wall released the following statement about the news that Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) is holding up the confirmation of President Donald Trump’s nominee Russell Vought. “A member of Sen. Mitch McConnell’s ‘leadership team’ is blocking a key nominee of …

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How Could EPA Avoid 'Sue and Settle' Problem?

OneNewsNow discusses the EPA’s “sue and settle” directive with Chris Horner. Lawsuits involving environmental groups and the EPA may not be going away, even though EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt says they’re doing away with the practice of “sue and settle.” Sue and settle is a situation in …

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Comments to the EPA on Renewable Fuel and Diesel Standards for 2019

View Full Document as PDF Thank you for the opportunity to submit comments on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed Renewable Fuel Standards (RFS) for 2018 and Biomass-Based Diesel (BBD) Volume for 2019.[1] EPA proposes a BBD volume target of 2.1 billion gallons for 2019—the …

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The Limits of Trump's Health-Care Order

Give President Trump an A for effort with his latest executive order, which tries to expand health-insurance options for individuals battered by exploding premiums and fleeing insurers. At least somebody is trying to do something after congressional Republicans failed to repeal and replace ObamaCare. While …

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Halloween at Kent State: Who will notice?

How can you tell it’s Halloween at Kent State? There’s more candy around. “A bulletin board is urging students in a Kent State University residence hall to ‘stop cultural appropriation this Halloween’ by eschewing costumes based on other cultures,” Ezra Katz reports on Campus Reform. …

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Biden Blasts Campus Left

Yes, it’s gotten really bipartisan. Robby Soave in Reason magazine reports that at the University of Delaware, the former vice president said, “Don’t give the Trumps of the world the ability to compare you to the Nazis or you to the racists because you’re doing …

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Progressives Go Pagan

Religious liberty actually has had a long and noble history in the United States, at least until recently. In 1790, George Washington wrote a letter to a Hebrew congregation in Rhode Island in which he claimed, “All citizens share and possess liberty of conscience and …

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Degrees of Opportunity: Lessons Learned from State-Level Data on Postsecondary Earnings Outcomes – The unintended consequences of Europe’s net neutrality law after one year

Key Points Despite a national emphasis on the role of the bachelor’s degree for economic success, many associate and certificate programs provide valuable routes into the middle class. Majors matter a great deal to postcollege earnings—no matter the degree level—and skills-oriented programs in health, engineering, …

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The unintended consequences of Europe’s net neutrality law after one year – The unintended consequences of Europe’s net neutrality law after one year

The EU’s law “laying down measures concerning open internet access” came into force in 2016. After a year with the law on the books, telecom regulators across Europe have submitted compliance reports to the supervisory Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) and the …

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Olbermann: It's a 'Fallacy' That Liberal Bias Is Hurting ESPN, NFL Ratings

Leftist table-pounder Keith Olbermann – now with GQ (“Gentlemen’s Quarterly”?) — has started a publicity tour for his new book Trump Is F*cking Crazy (ThIs Is Not a Joke). In an interview with a supportive Marisa Guthrie at The Hollywood Reporter, Olbermann fought back against …

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