Category Archives: Policy

  • The New Major Victory for Uber and DoorDash

    The New Major Victory for Uber and DoorDash

    The Labor Department issued a final rule clarifying the difference between employees and independent contractors under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The rule, which goes into effect in March, makes it more difficult for gig workers to be classified as employees. Major win for companies like ...
  • Covid Relief Bill Blocks School Choice

    Covid Relief Bill Blocks School Choice

    The 5,600-page Covid-19 stimulus bill that was passed by Congress on Monday evening specifically blocks governors from using emergency education relief funds for school choice programs. Page 1,865 of the 5,600-page bill states under “Restrictions” for the use of the $2.75 billion allotted for ...
  • This Supreme Court Case Could Change College Sports Forever

    This Supreme Court Case Could Change College Sports Forever

    The Supreme Court this week agreed to hear the NCAA’s appeal of a lower court ruling that found the association to be in violation of federal antitrust law by restricting the kinds of compensation college athletes could receive related to their education. “NCAA limits on education-related ...
  • Democrat Proposes Bill to Ban Biological Males from Women’s Sports

    Democrat Proposes Bill to Ban Biological Males from Women’s Sports

    Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) has proposed legislation that specifies that Title IX, which protects against discrimination based on sex in federally funded education programs, be applied based on biological sex as determined at birth by a medical professional. The bill, called “Protect ...
  • Biden Without Borders? Transition Team Shows Radical Approach to Immigration

    Biden Without Borders? Transition Team Shows Radical Approach to Immigration

    “President-elect” Joe Biden is months away from taking office. While he has not named his Cabinet yet, there are already signs from his transition team of the radically different approach to immigration he intends to take once in office. Biden’s campaign called for departures from ...
  • Four Newborn Babies Die Due to Lockdowns

    Four Newborn Babies Die Due to Lockdowns

    Four newborn babies have died after they were denied lifesaving treatment due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions implemented by politicians in Australia. “Four Newborns in Adelaide have died after being denied lifesaving heart surgery because it wasn’t available in Adelaide, and they ...
  • Youtube Increases Conservative Censorship

    Youtube Increases Conservative Censorship

    YouTube has expanded its policies against hate and harassment to include removing content targeting an individual or group with a conspiracy theory like QAnon that has been linked to real-world violence. The update comes less than a week after the platform’s CEO, Susan Wojiciki, came under ...
  • Google Shares Your Keyword Searches with Police, Court Documents Reveal

    Google Shares Your Keyword Searches with Police, Court Documents Reveal

    Recently released court documents reveal that Google is sharing data on search keywords with police departments. According to the documents, police departments are able to obtain data from Google on every individual who has searched for a specific keyword. If the allegations are true, police ...
  • NRA Destroys California

    NRA Destroys California

    Federal district court judge Stephen Wilson ordered the city of Los Angeles to pay the NRA’s lawyer fees of approximately $150,000, just months after he ruled a city ordinance violated the NRA’s First Amendment rights. Wilson ruled on the First Amendment violation on December 11, 2019, ...
  • Some Matters Domestic and Foreign

    Some Matters Domestic and Foreign

    Attorney General William Barr earlier this week signaled that there would be a development in the ongoing Durham investigation into official misconduct relating to the Russiagate confection.  Friday, that came true with news that attorney Kevin Clinesmith, formerly with the FBI, was going to ...