House Taking Aim at Regulatory Overreach

Even as headlines focus on the transition of power from the Obama to Trump Administrations, the House of Representatives has been steadily advancing legislation to rein in...

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Bipartisan Repudiation of Anti-Israel UN Resolution

Just before Christmas, the Obama Administration purposefully abstained from and, therefore, allowed passage of a resolution detrimental to its Israel in the United Nations Security Council. Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of National Religious Broadcasters, called this “a new low in the United Nations’ long history of anti-Israel actions” and “a breathtaking change in U.S. policy to defend the State of Israel.”

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International Religious Freedom Bill Signed Into Law

After the halls of the Capitol quieted last month, one bill to strengthen America’s international religious freedom efforts was thankfully put on a bipartisan fast-track...

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Infant Lives Panel Concludes Work

The House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives, which was spurred into action by the release of horrific videos exposing Planned Parenthood in 2015...

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NRB Speaks Up for AFA in Connecticut Speech Targeting Case

Last week, Connecticut State Comptroller Kevin Lembo publicly singled out the American Family Association (AFA) for an investigation related to their...

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Judiciary Committee Leaders Set Stage for Copyright Debate

Yesterday, the top two leaders of the House Judiciary Committee put out a marker to set the stage for copyright reform considerations in the next Congress.

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Christmas in the Capital

The end of the 114th session of Congress is in sight and the days of this tumultuous political year are coming to a close.

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Religious Liberty Provision Shelved

As Congress seeks to close out its 2016 business, one set of end-game negotiations has left a contested religious freedom provision on the shelf.

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Trust in Press at Record Lows

Earlier this week, Ari Fleischer, who served as White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, published an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal titled “Trump vs. the White House Press Corps.”

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FCC Make-up in Question

With likely one week until Congress wraps up the business of its lame-duck session, the nomination of FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel (D) for a new...

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Performance Tax Back in the News

Not surprisingly, record label representatives were pleased when a Washington, D.C., think tank this week released a report that appeared to buttress their call for government action to impose new...

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Congress Looking to Stop Flow of Obama Administration Regulations

The FCC’s Open Meeting this week was completed very quickly owing to the cancellation of most of the agenda after Republican leaders on the House and Senate Commerce Committees warned...

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Floral Artist’s Religious Freedom Case Heard

The State of Washington’s Supreme Court this week heard oral arguments in the case of Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene’s Flowers...

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Report Shows Internet Freedom Under Fire

Freedom House, a watchdog organization focused on the advancement of democracy around the world, this week released a report that showed global Internet freedom to be on the decline.

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Voters Shock Washington

Just a few weeks ago, news outlets reported that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was confidently working to expand its electoral margin of victory and aid down-ballot races.

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Veterans of Recent Wars Growing in Congress

On this Veterans Day, we honor those who have served in the Armed Forces in defense of this land.

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