Trump moves to protect home care workers from union shakedown

By Richard McCarty The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has proposed rolling back an Obama-Era regulation that allowed union dues to be deducted from Medicaid checks. If the proposed regulation takes effect, only deductions specifically […]


Proposed FCC rule change to reshape children’s television

  By Natalia Castro The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has been run by archaic laws for too long. KidVid rules that were implemented in the 1990’s, continue to restrict broadcasters’ ability to cater toward the needs of their clientele. What began as well-intentioned regulations to enhance televised […]


T-Mobile-Sprint merger will create more competition in 5G, boost growth

By Robert Romano In April, CTIA, the nation’s leading wireless trade association, rolled out its standard for 5G , promising 10 gigabits per second speeds at the top end, 100 times faster than today’s 4G of 100 megabits per second, as carriers begin deployment this year. It will be a faster mobile network […]


Communist China will not get control of Port of Long Beach

By Printus LeBlanc China has been at war with the U.S. for decades now, just not the kinetic war Americans are accustomed to. China has used trade, information technology, and currency manipulation as potent weapons to gain military and economic parity with the U.S. quickly. It looks […]


Big Media Consolidation Presents Big Problems

By Rick Manning AT&T and Time Warner were just given the green light to merge over Americans for Limited Government’s vigorous objections, but what does this mean for the everyday American? As big  media consolidation  continues to threaten market competition and free speech, not to mention monopolize the telecommunications […]


Ivanka Trump is absolutely right, labor participation among 16-to-64-year-olds is surging

By Robert Romano “I think one of the tremendous opportunities that we’re seeing because the economy is so strong is that people who have been out of the workforce are coming back off the sidelines… And this is something we’re working incredibly hard to incentive, because there […]


Cartoon: Stranded

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On Friday the latest round of job numbers were released, and things are looking good, real good

By Printus LeBlanc As the left attempts to turn over the U.S. economy to the Venezuelan wing of the Democrat Party, the Trump economy continues to gain steam. The tax cuts combined with regulation rollbacks have unleashed an economy the left spent eight years telling everyone couldn’t […]


Magic number for 3 percent growth in 2018 rises to 4.3 percent in Q2 amid accelerating labor participation in the Trump economy

By Robert Romano In 2017, labor participation among working age adults aged 16 to 64 has jumped up to an average, annual, unadjusted 73.34 percent, up from 72.95 percent in 2016, according to data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics . The trend has continued into 2018, rising to 73.47 percent. As a result, the number […]


Janus Decision Is a Victory for Government Workers — and Likely Taxpayers

By Richard McCarty By a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court ruled in the Janus case that government workers cannot be forced to pay unions just to keep their jobs. This is a huge victory for public employees – and likely for taxpayers as well. Functionally, the Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees decision […]

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