After IRGC Blacklisting, It’s Time to Engage the Iranian Resistance

4/16: President Trump and Secretary Pompeo have frequently promised that pressure on the Islamic Republic will continue to intensify until American goals are realized.

Carson Fights Discrimination On Facebook And The Democrats Who Advocate For Big Tech

4/14: The Department of Housing and Urban Development, under the direction of Dr. Ben Carson, is taking aggressive legal action against social media platforms for enabling online housing discrimination.

Too Little, Too Late?

4/13: The Labor Department’s recent proposal to revamp the Obama administration’s so-called “joint employer rule” is being lauded by Republicans and the business community.

Facebook’s New Policy Is Not About ‘Standing Up to Hate’

4/10: Liberal extremists want to silence and punish anyone who doesn’t share their views, and Facebook just gave them a powerful new way to do that.

Iran Regime’s Hardline Policies Will Not Prevail

3/11: The appointment of Raisi as the new judiciary chief is just the latest in a series of efforts to reassert a national identity that is under threat of overthrow at the hands of a resentful and overwhelmingly pro-democratic population.

Maxine Waters’ War on Consumers

3/6: Every day we are reminded that congressional Democrats are on a warpath to derail President Trump and his administration’s successful efforts to undo the regulatory state.

Fiduciary Responsibility: How Far Does it Extend?

3/5: The fiduciary responsibility that public pension plans hold must be at the forefront of all decision making.

Warren’s Comments on Racism Fail Again

2/20: Elizabeth Warren desperately wants to shift attention away from the racial controversies that have ensnared her and other Democrats.

The Green New Deal is Coming to a Community Near You

2/13: There is tremendous environmental and community impact experienced by the deployment of green energy.