Feb. 27, 2014
IRS regs trample Tea Party's free speech, but unions get to keep their carve-out
New proposed regulation prevents the tea party and other 501(c)(4)s from even mentioning the names of politicians in and around election time, but $772 million spent by Big Labor on elections and lobbying in 2012 would be unaffected by the rule.
Why did the FCC pull its multi-market study monitoring newsroom content?
The multi-market study on critical information needs was just one of dozens of studies and analyses conducted by the Federal Communications Commission to monitor media content and viewpoint diversity.
Putting an end to the EPA's 'secret science'
American taxpayers foot the bill for the Environmental Protection Agency's costly regulations, and they have a right to see the underlying science.
Adams: In defense of the Elastic Clause of the Constitution
"I recently spoke at Emory University, where one student defended all of President Obama's unconstitutional actions by invoking the Elastic Clause of the Constitution." What Elastic Clause?