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Comment to DOJ on Advertising Competition
Tom Struble

June 14, 2019

The Honorable Makan Delrahim

Assistant Attorney General

United States Department of Justice

950 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20530

 

Re: Public…

Letter in Support of Ernst-Gardner Over-the-Counter Birth Control Bill
Caroline Kitchens

Dear Senator,

On behalf of the undersigned organizations, we urge you to support the Allowing Greater Access to Safe and Effective Contraception Act (S. 930), sponsored by Sens. Joni Ernst…

, CIty-Journal
A Missing Precondition
Tony Mills

The United States is enjoying its lowest level of jobless claims since 1969, and the Labor Department indicates a reversal in the long-term trends of sluggish productivity and slow wage…

Letter to Financial Stability Board on SIFI Oversight
Alex J. Pollock

Alex J. Pollock and Thomas H. Stanton
Washington…

Testimony on Deepfakes before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Jeffrey Westling

 
Submitted Statement for the Record of
Jeffrey Westling
Fellow, Technology and Innovation Policy
The R Street Institute
Before the
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
United…

, Urbane Cowboys Podcast
Ramesh Ponnuru on Abortion and the Future of Conservatism
Media Coverage

From Urbane Cowboys:

Ramesh Ponnuru of National Review, American Enterprise Institute, and Bloomberg joins us to discuss abortion, the Supreme Court, and the future of conservatism.

Cohosted by…

, The Hill
America can take more actions to cut technology supply chain risks
Paul Rosenzweig

The recent decision by President Trump to list Huawei as a prohibited supplier of telecommunications equipment is the latest salvo in the fight for supply chain security. A secure public and…

, VTDigger
USPS universal service obligation has outlived its usefulness
Nick Zaiac

It’s always sad when a small-town retailer closes. Longtime employees lose their jobs. Holes open in town budgets, sometimes leading to tax increases. Residents are left with a dwindling number of…

, The American Spectator
Sad, Dying Gasps of Pension Reform
Steven Greenhut

The San Diego City Council’s vote Monday to join the union side in an effort to invalidate a 2012 ballot initiative signaled an ignominious end to one of the most promising pension-reform efforts…

, Real Clear Policy
Want to Shrink Government? Invest in Making Congress Smarter.
Kevin Kosar

Barely one in five Americans approve of the way Congress is operating. It is overwhelmingly clear that Congress needs to do a better job of understandingcomplex policy issues, being responsive to…