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The Worm in Netflix's Apple

Instead of succeeding through private, free-market negotiations, Netflix chose to lobby for favorable treatment from government regulators.


New Poll: Public Agrees the 'System Is Rigged'

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders claim the economic system is "rigged" in favor of corporations and the rich; turns out a lot of Americans agree.


Is Using Your Mobile Phone a Sin?


A Federal Appeals Court Slaps Obama's Hand and Then Does Nothing


Gross Violations of Fourth Amendment Right to Electronic Privacy


The Obama Administration Is Gearing Up to Cause Another Mortgage Meltdown

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America's Indispensable Role in the Global Fight for Freedom

“The world is on fire,” says Anders Fogh Rasmussen, “And only America has the material greatness to be able to stop the slide into chaos; only America has the moral greatness to do it.”

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Elements of a 21st Century Pro-Growth Immigration System

This paper suggests several new policies designed to create a reasonable, secure, functioning immigration system that is in the best interests of the United States. It further suggests a specific approach to dealing humanely and realistically with the current illegal population.

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Is This the End of the Internet As We Know It?

On KSKY 660AM, The Mark Davis Show, IPI President Tom Giovanetti explains the danger of relinquishing control of the internet to ICANN.

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Larry Lessig: All "property" is imaginary

In which Larry Lessig reveals his true view of property rights.

Is the SEC's Money-Market Rulemaking Designed to Discriminate Against Private Sector Debt?

Maybe it's just coincidence, but recent Obama administration policies seem designed to benefit the federal government at the expense of the private sector.

So It Turns Out That Trade Agreements ARE in America's Best Interests

Donald Trump is wrong. Trade agreements do not make the US vulnerable to unfair foreign competition. In fact, it’s the trade agreements themselves that establish rules, penalties, and enforcement mechanisms so markets can function and the best producers succeed.

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