Can Nevada Protect Net Neutrality?

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) just voted to remove Net Neutrality regulations from the internet. Net Neutrality keeps the internet running smoothly for everyone, and keeps costs down. Removing these regulations will allow a handful of large internet service providers to pick winners and losers by charging more money for faster internet service and more […]

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Yale Study Finds Conservatives are the Snowflakes

Being too politically correct has earned the left the title “snowflake” by supporters of Donald Trump. Their premise is that liberals are too sensitive because everything offends them. However, a recent Yale study suggests conservatives are actually the real snowflakes, often basing their primary political views in fear. This has been confirmed in numerous studies, […]

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Cato ‘Welfare More Than Minimum Wage’ is Fatally Flawed Analysis

First posted at the Ramirez Group website. Fox News was more than happy to highlight the messaging Cato recently released about welfare vs. work last night. “Welfare pays more than a minimum-wage job in 35 states, creating little incentive for Americans to take entry-level work and likely increasing their long-term dependency on government help, according […]

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The Supreme Court Was Right on DOMA; American Family Association Was Not

I spend a lot of time on Twitter—as do many young adults my age.  Anybody familiar with social media has most likely seen their friends transform into amateur political analysts and editorialists as soon breaking news develops.  During the Supreme Court’s recent Defense of Marriage Act decision, however, a tweet by an actual professional policy […]

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