Publications

Publications

, Economic Innovation Group
EIG Applauds Introduction of Bipartisan Legislation to Limit Non-Compete Agreements, Boost Worker Mobility
Eli Lehrer

From Economic Innovation Group:

“Non-compete agreements are unfair to workers, economically damaging for employers, and they undermine the efficient, effective functioning of labor markets…

Why Congress Can’t Sue to End Military Conflicts
Anthony Marcum

As the Supreme Court has reminded the legislature: ‘Congress has a broad range of legislative authority it can use to stop a President’s war making.’ Oversight, appropriations and legislation,…

R Street Policy Short No. 77: Why Congress Can’t Sue to End Military Conflicts
Corinne Day

WASHINGTON (Oct. 18, 2019) – The president and Congress continue to butt heads over the president’s recent foreign policy decisions in Syria and around the world. When the two political branches…

R Street Testimony on China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative: Implications for the Global Maritime Supply Chain
Kathryn Waldron & Kristen Nyman

SUBMITTED STATEMENT FOR THE RECORD OF
KATHRYN WALDRON
FELLOW, NATIONAL SECURITY AND CYBERSECURITY
R STREET INSTITUTE
 
KRISTEN NYMAN
GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, NATIONAL SECURITY AND…

, John Jay College
Removing the Barriers of a Criminal Record
Arthur Rizer

From John Jay College:

Since 2017, the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the Center for American Progress, and the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation have co-hosted the SMART ON CRIME…

, The Washington Times
21st century robber barons? Push to break up Big Tech divides conservatives
Daisy Soderberg-Rivkin

From The Washington Times:

But the push for government intervention runs counter to traditional conservative values, said Daisy Soderberg-Rivkin, a resident fellow on the policy team at the…

, The Hill
Don’t give up on the First Step Act
Arthur Rizer & Emily Mooney

Earlier this month, 46-year-old Troy Pine was murdered while inside a hookah lounge in Providence, Rhode Island. His alleged attacker – father, husband and former cocaine dealer Joel…

William Barr, Trump’s New Roy Cohn
Jim Baker

From The New York Review of Books:

Former FBI general counsel Jim Baker, who was involved in the agency’s 2016 counter-intelligence investigation of Russian activity under James Comey, whom…

, Verizon
Verizon supports criminal justice reform.
Arthur Rizer

From Verizon:

On October 23rd, Silliman will host a panel of experts in Washington DC to discuss the current state of criminal justice reform, opportunities for more reforms and the challenges on…

, The American Spectator
Newsom’s Gas-Tax Switcheroo
Steven Greenhut

“Never give the bastards more money,” a friend always says when discussing proposed tax increases. “They’ll only squander it.” That also epitomizes my philosophy over decades of voting…