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Opinion: USPS Must Deliver Transparency to the American People

Americans may not agree on much these days, but we do stand united in one thing: distrusting the federal government. In fact, a mere 20 percent of the American public trusts the federal government, with a sizable majority understandably frustrated at how Washington, D.C., serves (or fails to serve) the 50 states. One critical issue undermining trust

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Opinion: Big Tech’s Collision With Big Government

Over the last year, the companies making up America’s “Big Tech” have been confronted by federal and state governments pursuing antitrust investigations. In late September, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) sent draft legislation to Congress to reform Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996. In February, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) began

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EPA Announces Final Rule on Regulatory Guidance Transparency

Today, members of the Western Caucus released the following statements after the Environmental Protection Agency announced their final rule on regulatory guidance transparency. “Today’s announcement by EPA is another example of this Administration putting transparency at the forefront of their decision making. The American people deserve to know the exact science that goes behind regulatory

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Opinion: Decoding the Far Left

“When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the losers.” – Socrates In science, history, law enforcement and other disciplines, we look for clues when trying to solve a mystery. Some enigmas are easy to figure out, some are difficult and most fall in between. In politics and in trying to figure out

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Gosar Introduces Stop the Censorship Act of 2020

U.S. Representatives Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-4), Doug Collins (GA-9), Ralph Norman (SC-5), Lance Gooden (TX-5), Steve King (IA-4), Jim Banks (IN-3), Matt Gaetz (FL-1), Ted Yoho (FL-3), Tom Tiffany (WI-12), Ron Wright (TX-6), and Glenn Grothman (WI-6) introduced H.R. 7808 Stop the Censorship Act of 2020. Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (Section 230)

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