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    Bill Clinton Is Concerned and You Should Be, Too

    What do Bill Clinton, The Washington Post, and The Heritage Foundation have in common? They are all wary of a big transition that’s happening with the Internet. Today, representatives of countries from around the world are meeting in Brazil to start discussing the Internet’s future. It’s in dispute because the … More

    Filmmaker on Why Media Didn’t Cover Gosnell Case: ‘It Asks Too Many Awkward Questions’

    Producer Phelim McAleer talked today at The Heritage Foundation about his new project, “Gosnell,” a movie that examines the case of criminal abortionist Kermit Gosnell. Speaking at Heritage’s Bloggers Briefing, McAleer mused about why the media had largely ignored the Gosnell case: They just find more interesting stories when a … More

    This Ohio Law Bans Campaign ‘Lies.’ Today Supreme Court Heard a Challenge Against It

    Today, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in a case involving a constitutional challenge to an Ohio law that makes it a crime to make a false statement about a candidate during a political campaign. During the 2010 elections, Susan B. Anthony List, a national pro-life advocacy group, criticized members … More

    Pence OKs Education Standards for Indiana; Hit as Common Core Remix

    Indiana Gov. Mike Pence yesterday signed off on new education standards for Indiana schools despite protests from Hoosiers who say the standards are a rebranded form of the much-disputed Common Core program. “We have clearly become not only the first state to step out of the Common Core but in … More

    Supreme Court Win for Equal Protection

    Today the Supreme Court upheld a Michigan constitutional amendment that banned the consideration of race in college admissions. Six members of the Court recognized that the voters have the right to mandate equality under the law and ban unjust discrimination. In 2006, the voters of Michigan passed Proposal 2—an initiative … More

    Lawmakers Support Obamacare Lawsuit Against OPM in New Amicus Brief

    The fight by Sen. Ron Johnson (R–Wis.) to sue the federal personnel office over Obamacare gained support yesterday in a friend-of-the-court brief joined by 38 fellow Republican lawmakers: 12 in the Senate and 26 in the House of Representatives. The brief was filed along with Johnson’s response to the federal … More

    In the Twitter Wars, Republicans Win

    It took some time for politicians to warm up to social media platforms like Twitter, but these days, they are using it like old pros—especially Republicans. A new report out from The Washington Post shows that Republican House Members have about 13 percent more followers on Twitter than Democrats and … More

    New Clinton Administration Memo: ‘The Right Wing Has Seized Upon the Internet as a Means of Communicating Its Ideas to People’

    The Clinton White House was the first administration in history to contend with the rise of the Internet, and its dramatic transformation of the modern media landscape. The advent of the digital era smashed the Left’s media monopoly, and, according to papers released last week, the Clintons were prescient about … More