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Medicare's Former Chief Actuary Speaks Out About Its Challenges
For his courage in telling the truth in Washington about Obamacare, the Wall Street Journal recommended CMS chief actuary Richard Foster for president.
Obamacare Costing Taxpayers $10,000 Per Insured Person - And Counting
Health coverage was never so costly until President Obama decided to make it “affordable.”
Those who oppose intellectual property rules in FTAs mostly base their rejection on a fundamental opposition to IP rights protections, rather than to the particulars of trade deals, wrote IPI's Tom Giovanetti.
Six Messy Facts Obama Failed to Mention in His UN Speech
The president regularly, and conveniently, leaves out several important facts in his speeches that muddy the water and would tell a different story than he wants told.
India's Modi Can Boost Foreign Investment By Protecting IP
Even friendly nations have occasional squabbles, and the United States has a major one with India: Respecting the intellectual property of U.S. companies.
Smelly Lockers: A True Story of Pirates
Pirates, mere thieves of artists and creators' inventions, have at the moment found a new place from which to operate.
A Modern Miracle: Middle East Chaos, Yet Gas Prices Drop!
Innovative drilling techniques have made it possible to dramatically increase oil and natural gas production, making shortages elsewhere less volatile.
The U.S. Finally Gets A Foreign Policy Agenda - From Rand Paul
Senator Rand Paul has outlined at least five important principles that should guide U.S. foreign policy decisions.
Report: Clearly in U.S. Interests to Include Intellectual Property Protection in FTAs
Intellectual property (IP) goods not only dominate U.S. exports and support a significant portion of the U.S. domestic economy, but IP protections also strengthen economic growth in countries around the world. A new paper says it is therefore crucial for the U.S. government to prioritize policies supporting innovation and creativity, especially in trade agreements.
Chattanooga Plays Part in FCC's Desire to Trump State Law on Government Internet
"Its tendency to overreach its authority has been magnified by the Obama administration’s general contempt for limits on federal authority,” according to the Institute for Policy Innovation. “So we can most likely expect the FCC to once again divert time and effort to a quixotic and almost certainly futile legal battle.
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