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Four Reforms to Help States Curb Voter Apathy

According to recent polling from the Center for Excellence in Polling, a stunning 75 percent of likely voters have concerns about the security of our elections. Read more...

  • Election Integrity

Ranked-Choice Voting Supporters Want to Throw Your Ballot in the Trash

The purpose of ranked-choice voting is to trash ballots and elect Democrats. Anyone who tries to tell you otherwise likely benefits from trashing your ballot. Read more...

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North Carolina Bans Political “ESG Investors” From Managing State Pensions

Would you be willing to risk your pension to further someone else’s political agenda? Probably not. But under environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing criteria, that’s what happens. Read more...

  • ESG

Ranked-Choice Voting is Un-American

As any fourth grade civics student could tell you, 1) the people vote, 2) the votes are counted, and 3) the person with the most votes wins. Read more...

Even Democrats Are Passing on Ranked-Choice Voting

Last month, deep-blue Arlington County, Virginia became the latest Democrat-controlled election authority to give ranked-choice voting a try. Less than a month later, the experiment is dead. Read more...

  • Ranked Choice Voting

Why Is The Biden Administration Covering Up Hospital Violations?

This important question is one of the many topics covered in recent research papers released by the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA). Read more...

  • Health Care
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The Biden Administration’s Costly New Workaround for Student Loan Cancellation

Americans who paid their way through college, who did not go to college, or who are diligently paying off their college loans shouldn’t have to pay for the student loans of others. Read more...

  • Reins Act
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The Debt Ceiling Debate Is Over, But America Still Needs REINS and Work Requirements

In case you missed it, the latest debate over raising the debt ceiling has ended. Unfortunately, the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act and strengthened work requirements for Medicaid and food stamps were not included in the final bill. Read more...

  • Reins Act
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The REINS Act Passes the House!

For far too long, bureaucrats in Washington, D.C., have been the primary legislators in our country. And for far too long, Congress has been unable to take any serious action to prevent the runaway spending and out-of-control rulemaking that hurts Americans from all walks of life. Read more...

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