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    The Future of Drones

    A 60 Minutes segment that aired last Sunday, “Drones over America,” offered a friendly reminder that not all drones are bad and that drones are indeed coming. “We’re looking at the future. And whether we like it or not, the future is looking back at us,” as CBS correspondent Morley … More

    Holding Back Progress Is a Fool’s Errand: Drones Are Coming

    Amazon founder Jeff Bezos started a maelstrom after a surprise announcement on television Sunday evening that Amazon would “soon” begin to use drones to deliver packages. On one side, so loud was the outcry that you would have thought Bezos had asked to arm the drones with Hellfire missiles. On … More

    Minority Rule?

    Should a union need the support of most workers at a company in order to represent them? Most people would say yes—but most people are not union bosses. Unions want to represent as many dues paying members as possible. Whether those workers want their services is beside the point. At … More

    White House Backs Big Labor in Fight Over FAA Reauthorization Bill

    A year ago, a board of three unelected bureaucrats reversed 75 years of precedent when it decided airlines and railroads can unionize with the support of just a majority of voting workers rather than a majority of all workers. Today, the House of Representatives takes up a bill that would … More

    House and Senate Cloakroom Report: February 7th-11th

    Analysis provided by Heritage Action for America House Cloakroom Report: February 7th - 11th Analysis: The House returns from their district work period week to discuss a variety of issues. Deliberations will begin on the Continuing Resolution package under the guidelines that the House Budget Committeeunveiled last week and what spending cuts … More

    A Special Delivery for UPS That Could Change FedEx Overnight

    Special interest handouts are not a pretty sight. Perhaps that is why lawmakers buried their latest one inside the bill reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration. Unfortunately putting handouts out of sight does not make them any better for the economy. At issue is the fierce competition between FedEx and the … More