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Dial Test Shows Voters Unimpressed by Christie Tough Talk

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Dial Test Shows Voters Unimpressed by Christie Tough Talk

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie rose to national prominence with his tough talk and willingness to take on major interest groups. His reputation of “telling it like it is,” which is now his campaign slogan, led many to believe he would have…

Dial Test Shows Voters Unimpressed by Christie Tough Talk

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie rose to national prominence with his tough talk and willingness to take on major interest…
by Shawn McCoy | July 03, 2015 Read More

FBI to Push Congress Against Encryption As Investigators Encounter Fewer Encrypted Communications

FBI Director James Comey will take up his battle against consumer encryption products in a congressional double header next week…
by Giuseppe Macri | July 02, 2015 Read More

17 Episcopalians in Congress Who Oppose Gay Marriage

The Episcopal Church voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to allow religious weddings for gay couples. It’s the latest development for a…
by Graham Vyse | July 02, 2015 Read More

Some Democrats, Including Hillary Clinton, Hesitate On a $15-An-Hour Minimum Wage

When Hillary Clinton huddles with key labor leaders at a private meeting in Washington later this month, the minimum wage…
by Graham Vyse | July 02, 2015 Read More

Opinion: Economic Freedom and the American Experiment

When Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence 239 years ago, he placed equality and liberty at the heart of…
by Antony Davies and James R. Harrigan | July 02, 2015 Read More

Business Leaders Express Concerns over Revised EPA Regulations

CHICAGO – Three major business groups warned earlier this week that Chicago and Illinois would suffer dire economic consequences if the…
by Staff Writer | July 01, 2015 Read More

Do Data Caps Help Companies as Much as They Hurt Consumers?

While caps on the amount of data consumers can use in a billing cycle have become commonplace in recent years…
by Giuseppe Macri | July 01, 2015 Read More

Poll Shows 62 Percent of the U.S. Supports This School Choice Policy

An emerging form of school choice, known as education savings accounts or ESAs, garnered the support of 62 percent of Americans…
by Graham Vyse | July 01, 2015 Read More