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Deja Vu All Over Again!
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Deja Vu All Over Again!

It seems as if the net neutrality proponents are at it again.  This time, they are targeting the forthcoming availability of the 700MHz band as a new venue to impose needless regulation on fledgling technologies.  As I have said many times before, “net neutrality” is a solution in search of problem.  This clever marketing scheme initially proposed new government “openness” regulations on the Internet and now is attempting to stifle growth in the wireless industry.  For the past decade, the wireless industry has been one of, if not the most, competitive sectors in the telecommunications industry, and now as they seek to grow their services by offering a wireless broadband network that would specifically aid rural America they are being hamstrung by opportunistic groups seeking to translate their rhetoric into government overregulation.

06/29/2007
Congressional Democrats Evade Responsibility
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Congressional Democrats Evade Responsibility

Charles Krauthammer has a good article in today's Washington Post that shows the main flaw behind much of the Democrat's economic policy. The problem is not that they are trying to do "something" about global warming, or dependence on foreign oil, but that they are trying to make it look like a free lunch. Instead of making hard decisions and imposing a gasoline or carbon tax, they are trying to push the costs onto car manufacturers and food producers.

06/28/2007
House Victory for the First Amendment
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House Victory for the First Amendment

Yesterday, the House overwhelmingly voted in favor of the Pence-Hensarling-Flake Amendment to the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Bill. This amendment will rescind the right of the FCC to enforce the Fairness Doctrine, the inherently unfair, archaic legislation, whose reinstitution is being discussed by the left. In a brief, sparkling moment in a life of dim-wittedness, Democratic House Appropriations Committee Chairman David Obey (Wis.) agreed with the right- bu

06/28/2007
Giuliani's Health Care Choices
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Giuliani's Health Care Choices

In the debate on how to fix health care, Sally Pipes of the Pacific Research Institute, says their is only one candidate who is offering anything besides higher taxes and further regulation of the market.She says Rudy Giuliani has differentiated himself by offering more choices through market based reforms.

06/28/2007
Market Based Solutions
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Market Based Solutions

Dr. David Gratzer is a practicing physician in Canada who debunks many of the views in Sickothat present Canada, Great Britain and elsewhere as far superior health care systems. First, he discredits the claim that waiting rooms in Canada and elsewhere are free of the logjam seen in the United States:

06/28/2007
Due Diligence: Risk Factors in the Frontline Proposal
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Due Diligence: Risk Factors in the Frontline Proposal

Click here to download a .pdf of the full report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

06/28/2007
FreedomWorks Rallies For Free Speech
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FreedomWorks Rallies For Free Speech

WASHINGTON, DC.  FreedomWorks interns cheered on members of the Republican Study Committee today on Capitol Hill at a press conference opposing the so-called Fairness Doctrine.  Reps. Mike Pence and Jeb Hensarling are introducing legislation to block the FCC or others from using the Fairness Doctrine to silence conservative voices on talk radio. 

06/28/2007
FreedomWorks Opposes Efforts to Re-Regulate Spectrum Allocation
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FreedomWorks Opposes Efforts to Re-Regulate Spectrum Allocation

FreedomWorks is opposed to efforts underway that would undermine the auctions that have been used to allocate spectrum by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Spectrum auctions have worked well to allocate this scarce resource in ways that provide great benefits to consumers, yet there have been recent attempts to place new restrictions on the use of spectrum and re-jigger the auction in a way that lets regulators rather than markets pick winners and losers. A recent study by Jeffrey Eisenach, Chairman of Criterion Economics, highlights some of the pitfalls of one such proposal. For example, the study finds that public safety may be required to pay $9 billion over a six-year period for the winning bidder to be financially viable.

06/28/2007
They won some, they lost some in 2007 legislative session
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They won some, they lost some in 2007 legislative session

BY Julia Silverman

The budgets have been passed, the favors called in, the interim task forces readied, and the gavels banged for the last time. There's not much left to do with the 2007 legislative session, except call some winners and losers. Taking the long view, there were some stealth surprises this year, especially with Salem firmly under Democratic control for the first time in 16 years.

06/28/2007
Socialized Medicine for 'Kids'
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Socialized Medicine for 'Kids'

Robert Novak has written an interesting article on the proposal to expand the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) from a 5 year budget of $25 billion to $75 billion. While this is a very popular program, he argues that this will help set up the health care debate after 2008 in favor of universal socialized medicine. Sen. Clinton is a principal sponsor of the bill.

06/27/2007

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