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June 7, 2021
Follow The Science, At Least On Nutrition
Even if we hew to politicized science on Covid and climate, can’t we do real science on food?
Government & Politics
April 7, 2021
Progressive Myths About Mass Shootings and Weapons of War
In the wake of the Boulder supermarket massacre and other mass shootings, progressive activists, politicians, and journalists have misled the public about major aspects of these tragedies.
Government & Politics
January 26, 2021
Dem Senator Wants to Weaponize the IRS, Again
Wyden, one of the most liberal U.S. senators and ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee, wrote a letter to IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig
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Energy
August 20, 2020
California’s Dysfunctional Electricity Policies may lead to more Blackouts
California is proud of being the only state in America that imports more electricity than any other state.
Regulation
July 31, 2020
Food Security in a Post-Covid World
US-EU trade talks are already stalled over agriculture issues. And yet the European Union’s new “Farm to Fork” strategy doubles down on the EU’s contentious agricultural regulations.
Taxes
April 29, 2020
Proposed Violence Against Women Act Revisions Could Cost States Billions in Unemployment Benefits
Legislators in many states are considering bills that would reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) on the state level, jeopardizing the solvency of state Unemployment Insurance trust funds

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Regulation
June 7, 2021
By Paul Driessen
Even if we hew to politicized science on Covid and climate, can’t we do real science on food?
April 7, 2021
By James Agresti
In the wake of the Boulder supermarket massacre and other mass shootings, progressive activists, politicians, and journalists have misled the public about major aspects of these tragedies.
January 26, 2021
By Dan Pilla
Wyden, one of the most liberal U.S. senators and ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee, wrote a letter to IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig
August 20, 2020
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
California is proud of being the only state in America that imports more electricity than any other state.
July 31, 2020
By Paul Driessen
US-EU trade talks are already stalled over agriculture issues. And yet the European Union’s new “Farm to Fork” strategy doubles down on the EU’s contentious agricultural regulations.
April 29, 2020
By Edward E. Bartlett
Legislators in many states are considering bills that would reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) on the state level, jeopardizing the solvency of state Unemployment Insurance trust funds
April 17, 2020
By Leo Pusateri
Electronic Health Records (EHRs) were once touted as an easily transferrable, cost-effective way to record patient care, but more than a decade after their introduction, they are a subject of heated debate.
April 16, 2020
By Madeline Peltzer
After publicly calling attention to the problem eight years, physicians say there has been little to no change in the way insurance companies cover prescription medications for suicidal patients considered in danger of a drug overdose.
April 15, 2020
By Marilyn Singleton
During my last visit to the grocery store, the clerk directed me to the hermetically sealed conveyor belt and, grinning proudly, said, “Welcome to the new normal.”
April 14, 2020
By Kelsey Hackem
Before the Coronavirus pandemic took center stage, the Trump Administration began executing new rules for better production, use, and sharing of medical records.