Kartel Policy – A through M

We should allow all taxpayers to deduct charitable contributions – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

Americans gave $287 billion to charities in 2017, up 5 percent from 2016, according to a recent estimate by Giving USA. Individual donations help support a vibrant nonprofit sector that reflects the wide range of values and causes supported by the citizens of our diverse society. However, …

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Trump Administration Action Could Lower Health Care Costs, Expand Coverage for Small Business Employees

A new Labor Department regulation finalized Tuesday—which will make it easier for small businesses to pool resources to negotiate with large employers—will expand health care coverage for 4 million Americans by 2023, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. Out of that 4 million—who were …

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Trump’s New Health Initiative Will Spell Relief for Americans

This week, the Trump administration is moving forward with significant regulatory relief for millions of Americans seeking more affordable health coverage and better choices than they can get under Obamacare. The Department of Labor, pursuant to President Donald Trump’s October 2017 executive order, has just …

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Key Vote YES on the Spending Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary Programs Act, H.R. 3

On behalf of FreedomWorks activists nationwide, I urge you to contact your senators and ask them to vote YES on the Spending Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary Programs Act, H.R. 3. This bill would rescind roughly $15 billion in unobligated budget authorities from previous years. …

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FreedomWorks Applauds Department of Labor Decision to Expand Association Health Plans

WASHINGTON, DC – FreedomWorks cheers the Department of Labor’s reforms that will allow more Americans to form association health plans. Millions of Americans are unable to purchase affordable health insurance coverage, and the Department of Labor’s decision is a step in the right direction to …

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Avid Pro-Clinton Supporter to Serve as Columbia University Fellow

An avid pro-Hillary Clinton supporter will now be a fellow at Columbia University for ten months, a fellowship in existence since 1975. Raju Narisetti will be the new fellow in media journalism at Columbia University, and has made it clear who he supported in the …

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Conservative Group’s Petition Spurred Georgetown Law School to Change Public Access to Webpage Encouraging Progressive Activism

TPF Student Action, a student group that highlights conservative values and morality, highlighted a webpage from Georgetown University Law School. The webpage encouraged students to donate time and money to progressive causes and organizations, ranging from Planned Parenthood (a pro-abortion organization) to Lambda Legal (a …

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Pitt Prof Rewrites Venezuelan News

It’s one thing for professors to rewrite history but it’s even more annoying when they “amend” current events, and in a newspaper, no less! “I just returned from observing my fourth election in Venezuela in less than a year,” Daniel Kovalik writes in The Pittsburgh …

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Forward to the future in AT&T–Time Warner decision – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

Last week’s decision by Judge Richard Leon dismissing the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) plea that the merger of AT&T and Time Warner would substantially lessen competition in the market for television video content is a landmark. Importantly, it illustrates the strength of the United States …

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Our tariffs are bigger – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

I had a post drafted yesterday on American policy toward China, featuring the Senate’s ZTE amendment. Then this happened: the president threatened to apply 10% tariffs to $200 billion more in Chinese exports. Crossed up by the Trump administration — at least it’s a big …

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