, The Remnant
‎The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg: Episode 153: The Wild, the Innocent & the R Street Shuffle
Andy Smarick

From The Remnant:

R Street Institute scholar Andy Smarick joins the Remnant to discuss Hayek, subsidiarity, post-liberalism, and more. And in the post-interview show, the Remnant Anglosphere…

, reason
New Jersey Takes a Swipe at the Gig Economy With New Independent Contractor Bill
C. Jarrett Dieterle

From reason:

It could also put an end to flexible employment options many people have come to rely on, says Jarrett Dieterle, a policy analyst at the R Street Institute.

“A lot of workers and…

, USA Today
4 reasons Democrats have an uphill climb on Donald Trump impeachment and removal
Casey Burgat

Ratings show Americans are tuning in to the House’s public impeachment hearings, and polls show a clear majority of them find President Donald Trump’s actions wrong. Even so, Democrats face…

, Inside Sources
Unleashing Unlicensed Innovation
Jeffrey Westling

Unlicensed spectrum made innovative technologies that require large amounts of data processing — like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth — possible. The next generation of technology — think the internet of…

, The Federalist
The Funniest, Smartest, Most Sarcastic Tweets From The Fifth Democratic Debate
Shoshana Weissmann

From The Federalist:

In the end, the choice was as unclear as ever.

— Shoshana Weissmann, Sloth Committee Chair 🦥 (@senatorshoshana) November 21, 2019

Epilogue: A Very D.C. Thanksgiving
Charles Duan

From WAMU:

Hosting 40 adults and kids for Thanksgiving is a nightmare for some. For Washingtonian Charles Duan, his wife Jenny, and their two kids Alex and Teddy, it was nothing more than an…

, Reuters
Trump can no longer impose ‘Section 232’ auto tariffs after missing deadline: experts
Clark Packard

From Reuters:

By not acting by the deadline, Trump has forfeited his authority to impose the Section 232 tariffs, added Clark Packard, trade policy counsel with libertarian advocacy…

, Insider Advantage
Is Junk DUI Science Sending Innocent Georgians to Jail?
Marc Hyden

There have been over 300,000 DUI convictions  in Georgia over the last ten years, but new evidence suggests that many of these individuals, who had their lives turned upside down, may have been…

, Washington Examiner
ANALYSIS: Despite Schiff’s claims, whistleblower has no ‘statutory right’ to anonymity
Arthur Rizer

From Washington Examiner:

Arthur Rizer, a former Army officer and DOJ prosecutor who leads the R Street Institute’s criminal justice team, said he doubts the law guarantees whistleblower…

, The Epoch Times
Congress Should Hire More Staff, Task Force Says
Kevin Kosar

From The Epoch Times:

“Congress is decades overdue to address its capacity and operational shortcomings. Voters want reform,” Kevin Kosar, TFPCR co-host and vice president of the R Street…