ARCHIVE – 2016

Repeal the Antiquities Act of 1906

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R.J. Smith As people in Utah and Nevada (and other places!) can tell you, it's too bad Congress is so bad at taking advice. With President Obama's new designations of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah and the Gold Butte National Monument in Nevada, millions more acres of land ...
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Bears Ears and Gold Butte National Monument Designations: Statement by Bonner Cohen

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The following is a statement by Bonner Cohen, Ph. D., senior fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, on the designation of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah and the Gold Butte National Monument in Nevada by President Obama: President Obama has yet again shown his disdain ...
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Unto You Is Born This Day

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Luke 2: 1-14 And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.) And all went to be taxed, every one into his own ...
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Frustrated by Political Polarization and Division? Take a Lesson from History, and Begin the World Over Again

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Thrilled or concerned about the incoming changes in Washington? Worried that the amount of political divisiveness in our country today is, except for the actual Civil War, unprecedented? Joe Roche has a reminder for all of you – perhaps especially those of you with concerns on either point – that ...
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Four Obama Regulations Trump Can Undo Right Away, by Bonner R. Cohen

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President-elect Trump's pledge to "drain the swamp" in Washington struck a chord with millions of Americans and helped propel him to his stunning election as the nation's 45th president.Trump can start by reversing many of the laws the Obama administration created on its own, in its serial abuse of executive ...
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Impending Announcement by U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy on E-Cigarettes Draws Statement by Jeff Stier of the National Center for Public Policy Research

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Washington, D.C. / New York, NY - United States Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy is expected to make an announcement this morning regarding e-cigarettes. Jeff Stier, director of the Risk Analysis Division at the National Center for Public Policy Research, a nationally-recognized authority on e-cigarette policy, is available to comment ...
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New Black Central Station News Portal Launched

Black News and Views Hub Intended to Increase Understanding between Racial Groups Washington, D.C. - The National Center for Public Policy Research announces the launch of a new "news portal" website dedicated to increasing understanding between minority and majority comities in the United States and eliminating unnecessary, often politically-inspired, divisiveness ...
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Is Apple Going the Way of the Post Office?

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Hate to say it, but I think Apple, one of America's premier companies, may have its best days behind it. Yesterday, I wrote about incompetence at the U.S. Postal Service. Today, it's Apple. Used to be, you paid more for an Apple computer, but, in exchange, you got hardware that ...
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Yet Another Post Office Story

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The news media is running yet another story about a postal worker throwing away the public’s mail — this time, in the woods. The post office tells the news media that the man who threw the mail away is a part-time employee — as if that matters! He worked for ...
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Award-Winning Director Aaron Biebert Hosts “Winston Man” and Dr. Sally Satel for Panel on October 28th about Saving A Billion Lives

National Center for Public Policy Research's Jeff Stier to Chair New York City Host Committee Critically-Acclaimed Documentary Film Begins Theatrical Debut on October 28th at the Cinepolis Chelsea Theater in New York City New York, NY - The award-winning documentary feature film "A Billion Lives" is kicking off its worldwide ...
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Sorry, Washington Post: EVERYONE Should Reject Statements Demeaning to Women

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Black Conservative Leader Stacy Washington Was Called Out by Post Columnist for Saying Americans Should Be Outraged by Demeaning Statements Made By Musicians and Others, Not Just Politicians Washington Calls on All Americans to Push Society in "A Just and Honorable Direction" St. Louis, MO / Washington, D.C. - Stacy ...
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Want to Buy Lawmakers? Hacker Guccifer 2.0 Releases Notes Purporting to Show It Being Done

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The hacker known as "Guccifer 2.0" is the source of an intriguing new article in the online publication The Intercept. The article purports to reproduce notes taken by the staff of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (the Democratic Party's arm dedicated to electing Democrats to the U.S. House of Representatives) ...
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Anti-Religious Freedom Activists Defeated at Procter & Gamble Annual Meeting

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Liberal Investment Group's Attack on Religious Protection Laws Fails Cincinnati, OH / Washington, D.C. - Procter & Gamble shareholders today overwhelmingly rejected a shareholder proposal designed to have the consumer goods company join the recent corporate wave of opposition to religious freedom, public accommodation and freedom of conscience laws. The ...
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Should Abortions Be Federally Funded?

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Should taxpayer dollars be used for abortions? On the 9/30/16 episode of RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” one panelist suggested that abortion should be covered by the government through a single-payer system. Horace Cooper, legal analyst at the National Center for Public Policy Research and the co-chair of Project 21, ...
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Tar Heel Toilets and Terrible Reporting: Setting the Record Straight on North Carolina’s Public Accommodation Law

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Responding to rejoinders that conservatives are racists and bigots, I joined the Thom Hartmann show last week to set the record straight about the federal government’s lawsuit against North Carolina’s public accommodation law. First, a little background.  North Carolina passed a law, known as HB2, determining that public restrooms, locker ...
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New Conservative Voice Joins National Urban Talk Radio; Stacy Washington’s “Stacy on the Right” Promises to Shake Up the Status Quo

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St. Louis, MO / Washington, D.C. - New leadership is arriving today in seven U.S. cities with the debut of Stacy Washington's "Stacy on the Right" radio program in seven urban markets on the Urban Family Talk network. This new, national - and conservative - voice will be heard daily ...
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Are White Voters Smarter Than African-American Voters? by Stacy Swimp

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The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled to restore a Michigan law that bans straight-ticket voting. Two of the Justices dissented, concluding that state officials should be permitted to enforce the ban in the November 2016 election. Straight-ticket voting is a policy which says that voters are permitted to select a ...
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“Madam Secretary” Season Debuts With Look at Climate Change and Military Bases

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When the CBS television show “Madam Secretary” premiered in 2014, many conservatives assumed it was simply a propaganda piece for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. As I have watched it, however, I have been impressed that the show is not a partisan hack job at all, but rather an ...
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Nike Ducks Civil Rights Question

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"Today, Nike Showed Zero Respect for Its Shareholders, Zero Respect for the Rule of Law and Zero Integrity." Nike Signed Amicus Brief Defending Obama DOJ's Position that Federal Law Requires Mixing the Biological Sexes in Public School Locker Rooms and Other Public Facilities in Litigation over North Carolina's HB2 Obama's ...
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No President Should Be Able to Create a 5,000-Square-Mile National Monument Without Consulting Congress and Affected States

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Reform Needed, Group Says: No President Should Be Able to Create a 5,000-Square-Mile National Monument Without Consulting Congress and Affected States National Center for Public Policy Research Calls on Congress to Repeal 1906 Law that Allows Presidents of Both Parties to Bypass States and Localities When Creating National Monuments Says ...
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