Author: Jennifer Biddison

Netflix Is Chill About Egypt Imprisoning Abortionists, Aghast at Georgia Law

Netflix Is Chill About Egypt Imprisoning Abortionists, Aghast at Georgia Law

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Netflix has been all up in Georgia’s business these days in its holier-than-thou quest to put pro-life Americans in their place. So yesterday we got all up in Netflix’s business, and the company refused to respond to our insinuations of ...
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Panera Shows Socialism Won’t Work Here

Panera Shows Socialism Won’t Work Here

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President Donald Trump spoke out against socialism during his recent State of the Union address. He proclaimed, to the loud applause and chants of “U.S.A.” from his supporters and the chagrined silence of his critics: “We are born free, and ...
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Philly Soda Tax Loses Fizz as Grocer Closes Shop in Food Desert

Philly Soda Tax Loses Fizz as Grocer Closes Shop in Food Desert

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Philadelphia’s special tax on sugary beverages is blamed for the closure of a grocery store serving one of the city’s “food deserts.” This tax, the first in a major city, was criticized in a National Center commentary that recently appeared in ...
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Anti-Gun Stance Yields More Bad News for Dick’s Sporting Goods

Anti-Gun Stance Yields More Bad News for Dick’s Sporting Goods

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It was another bad earnings report from Dick’s Sporting Goods, coming almost six months after the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP) first warned CEO Ed Stack that the retailer had made a poor decision by restricting all interested customers from ...
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Even Climate Alarmists Say Paris Treaty Is Ineffective, Says Cooper

Even Climate Alarmists Say Paris Treaty Is Ineffective, Says Cooper

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On the eve of President Trump announcing his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord, Horace Cooper criticized the Paris treaty on RT Network’s “The Big Picture With Thom Hartmann.” “The very same studies that were claiming ...
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Conservatives Should Be Concerned About GE & Coca-Cola

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Justin Danhof, General Counsel and Free Enterprise Project (FEP) Director at the National Center for Public Policy Research, talked with Pastor Greg Young of “Chosen Generation Radio” today about why conservative and Christian investors should be concerned about how General ...
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Jeff Stier Defends Neil Gorsuch and NEA Funding Cuts

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Should Americans be concerned about Neil Gorsuch’s connection to a billionaire Heritage Foundation donor? “The Big Picture” host Thom Hartmann thinks so. “I don’t think we should be concerned at all,” responded Jeff Stier, the director of the National Center ...
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Cooper Debates Sanctuary Cities and Social Security

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Who’s hypocritical, Democrats or Republicans, when it comes to immigration policy and the roles of state government and federal government? Last night, Thom Hartmann - the host of “The Big Picture” on RT Network - cited a study indicating that ...
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Democrats Should Have Approved Gorsuch, Says Project 21’s Shelby Emmett

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Were Senate Republicans right to exercise the nuclear option in order to confirm U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Grouch? “The Democrats asked for this,” responded Project 21’s Shelby Emmett on RT Network’s “The Big Picture” last night. “What goes around ...
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Consumer Choice and Company Profit Are Both Needed in Health Care, Says Cooper

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“The reason that most people have a negative impression about the so-called Affordable Care Act is because the government has taken away so many of our choices from us.” - Horace Cooper, legal fellow with the National Center for Public ...
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