Kartel Policy – A through M

House Financial Reform Plans Show Lawmakers Recognize Problems Caused by CFPB

This week, the House Financial Services Committee approved 15 bills on regulatory relief for community financial institutions, investment opportunities, access to financing for home buyers, consumer protection, and a national strategy to combat financial crime. Competitive Enterprise Institute Senior Fellow John Berlau praised the progress …

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Net Neutrality and Senate Democrats' Renewed Love for the Congressional Review Act

The Congressional Review Act (CRA) is the law by which the Republican Congress and the Trump Administration eliminated 14 of President Obama’s “midnight regulations” by passing laws called “resolutions of disapproval” (RoD). There was, unsurprisingly, plenty protest from Democrats. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) even introduced legislation in 2017 to get rid of the …

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How U.S. Foreign Policy Has Changed In Trump's First Year In Office

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The U.S. Navy Lowers Its Sights

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VA Facility Where Vet Got Prosecuted for Posting U.S. Flags Duped out of Millions by Bribed Official

An official at the same Los Angeles Veterans Administration facility where an Army vet got prosecuted for posting American Flags took hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes from a vendor that defrauded the VA out of millions. While the feds went on a witch …

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No, Senator Graham, America is not an idea – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

President Donald Trump had just made his infamous, if contested, remarks about not desiring immigrants from certain countries when Senator Lindsey Graham expressed disagreement. “America is an idea, not a race,” the South Carolina Republican said, adding that diversity is a strength and not a …

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‘We Were Crying:’ One Woman Shares Why She Left Planned Parenthood

For Myra Neyer, a mom and former Planned Parenthood employee, there was one defining moment that influenced her to leave the abortion giant. “There was this one girl, young girl–maybe 19, maybe 20, young–she came in, [and] her boyfriend didn’t want any children,” Neyer, who …

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Q&A: Sen. James Lankford on Earmarks, Democrat Obstruction, and More

The Daily Signal spoke with Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., Wednesday on news of the day including conversations on Capitol Hill about reinstating earmarks, the senator’s proposal to help end obstruction of President Donald Trump’s nominees, and more. Lankford’s proposal to help end obstruction of Trump’s …

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Q&A: Russell Moore Weighs in on Abortion, Adoption, and the Compassion of the Pro-Life Movement

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention,  joined the Daily Signal’s Daniel Davis to debunk the myth that pro-lifers only care about children until they’re born and discussed the current issues facing adoption agencies in America. Below …

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Why It May Be Too Soon To Write Democracy's Obituary?

Image credit: istockIn the Newsquoting Larry Diamondvia DNA IndiaIn their influential column in reputed foreign publication in 2015, political scientists Roberto Foa and Yascha Mounk sought to focus the attention of the world on the growing disillusionment with liberal democracies. Continue Reading....

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