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National Popular Vote Is A Bad Idea

Check out Phyllis’ latest column explaining why national popular vote is a bad idea. National Popular Vote Is A Bad Idea by Phyllis Schlafly Moving quietly under cover of presidential debates and the enormous publicity given to the race for the Republican nomination is a plan to change how U.S. Presidents are elected. It would […]

Filed Under Blogroll, Constitution, Election, Featured

A Defense Of Free Market Capitalism

Great video of Milton Friedman destroying all arguments against free market capitalism:

Filed Under Blogroll, Economic Policy

Eagle Forum Collegians Summit July 21-22

Here’s a short message from Collegians Scholar Erin Grant about why you can’t miss Eagle Forum’s annual Collegians Summit in Washington, D.C. on July 21-22. Last year, over 200 students from all over the country attended our free, 2-day Summit in Washington, D.C. Space is limited, so we want you to be the first to […]

Filed Under Blogroll, Teen Eagles

Leaders For Liberty Conference in Huntsville, AL

Eagle Forum of South Dakota President Kitty Werthmann will be speaking at the Leaders For Liberty conference in Huntsville on Feb. 18,19 2011.

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Obama Wants To Implement National Internet ID Card

Ronald Reagan once said, “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.”  Well, those words are even more terrifying coming from the Obama administration. On January 7, 2011, Commerce Secretary Gary Locke joined the White House cybersecurity advisor to announce a new government ID […]

Filed Under Blogroll, Technology

FCC vs. AT&T: A Little Known Case With Big Consequences

Most of the media and activist organizations are focused on the Republican effort to Repeal Obamacare this week.  Between that, the state visit by China’s Hu Jintao, and continuing fallout from the Gifford’s shooting, a very important court case has gone largely unnoticed. This week, the Supreme Court will hear FCC vs AT&T.  Joshua Trevino […]

Filed Under Blogroll, Judicial

FCC Passes Net Neutrality Rules

A week ago today, the FCC voted 3-2 along partisan lines to implement new net neutrality regulations.  This is the first time the internet has been subject to regulation by the federal government, and it’s a huge win for left-wing activist groups.  Opposition to the rules was bipartisan in nature and overwhelming.  Over 300 House […]

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Federal Workers’ Wages Outpace Growth of Private Sector Pay

According to an article in USA Today, federal employees’ wages have increased at a much higher pace than private sector workers. The number of federal workers earning $150,000 or more a year has soared tenfold in the past five years and doubled since President Obama took office, a USA TODAY analysis finds. … Since 2000, […]

Filed Under Blogroll, Economic Policy

Waxman Net Neutrality Bill Fails Due To Lack of Republican Support

I’ve previously written on the issue of net neutrality, i.e.- government takeover of the internet, and its cooling effect on free speech.  Congress recently had a chance to stop this power grab by the FCC, but failed to come together on the issue.  Rep. Henry Waxman introduced a bill that would have expressly prohibited the […]

Filed Under Blogroll, Legislation

Public Schools Are Failing…Could Complete Privatization Be The Answer?

David Warren argues that privatization is precisely the answer to our epidemic of failing schools.  He points out that the concept of public education has long been engrained in the minds of Americans, but it didn’t start out that way.  In fact, the Constitution says nothing about public education… In the case of education, we […]

Filed Under Blogroll, Education