Category: Free Enterprise Project

How to Stop Big Tech Censorship Without Creating More of It

How to Stop Big Tech Censorship Without Creating More of It

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Release of correspondence amongst members of the establishment elite suggests the worst did happen over the past year. As Scott Shepard – deputy director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project – writes in a Townhall commentary: It seems awfully ...
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"Anti-Racism" Is Just Racism: School Discipline Case Study

“Anti-Racism” Is Just Racism: School Discipline Case Study

We’re going to have to destroy the teachers’ unions. Not just tweak their power a bit. Destroy them utterly. After a year of demanding that teachers be paid while failing to do their jobs, even though kids aren’t really susceptible to ...
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Waking Up Conservatives About Proxy Voting

Waking Up Conservatives About Proxy Voting

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Voting is important. And just as it’s important to vote for political leaders, it’s of equal importance these days for conservative investors to vote their proxy ballots as shareholders. At last week's Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Free ...
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Watch LIVE – Justin Danhof at CPAC-Dallas

Watch LIVE – Justin Danhof at CPAC-Dallas

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Justin Danhof, Esq., the director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP), is part of a panel discussion this Saturday (July 10) at CPAC 2021 in Dallas, Texas. The panel – “Engaging in a World Where the Left Has ...
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A Red-State Agreement Can Break the NCAA’s Woke Monopoly

A Red-State Agreement Can Break the NCAA’s Woke Monopoly

It’s time to humble the NCAA. The United States Supreme Court took a glorious – and unanimous – first step recently. In NCAA v. Alston the Court had some good news for us, and some short, sharp shocks for the ...
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State Street’s Neutrality Claims Fold Under Scrutiny

State Street’s Neutrality Claims Fold Under Scrutiny

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When confronted by the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP), State Street CEO Ronald O’Hanley claimed that the $3.6 trillion asset manager votes with its investors’ money objectively and free of political policy preferences. FEP Deputy Director Scott Shepard is ...
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You’re Invited: Learn About the White House’s Woke Capitalism Agenda

You’re Invited: Learn About the White House’s Woke Capitalism Agenda

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Is the Biden Administration preparing to march in lockstep with woke shareholder activists, or does it have feet of clay? Join Justin Danhof, Esq., director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP), for a virtual panel discussion on “The ...
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Income Equality Theory: Not Even Wrong

Income Equality Theory: Not Even Wrong

You’ve probably heard the old story about Wolfgang Pauli’s response to a scientific paper he found himself obliged to review. The paper dealt with a scientific subject in non-scientific ways, suggesting possibilities that were not susceptible to testing to determine ...
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Did Zuckerberg, Facebook, And Fauci Conspire To Deny Americans Their Civil Rights?

Did Zuckerberg, Facebook, And Fauci Conspire To Deny Americans Their Civil Rights?

It seems awfully likely that Mark Zuckerberg, the dead-eyed CEO of Facebook, and disgraced Dr. Anthony Fauci, the highest paid employee of the United States government and tinpot dictator of the 14-month-long two-weeks-to-flatten-the-curve, colluded to keep certain facts and opinions ...
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Delta Loves to Virtue Signal, and It Shows

Delta Loves to Virtue Signal, and It Shows

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CEO Retreats From Objections to Georgia’s Election Integrity Law, Yet Fails to Explain or Apologize Washington, D.C. – Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian today backed away from his high-profile opposition to Georgia’s election integrity law, yet refused to explain ...
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