California Aims To Take Nonprofit Donors’ Right To Privacy

January 16, 2020   •  By Zac Morgan   •  ,

This piece originally appeared in Daily Caller on January 16, 2020.   Several cases currently before the U.S. Supreme Court ask the question: will ...

Seattle Moves To Silence Dissent From Corporations

January 15, 2020   •  By Eric Wang   •  ,

This piece originally appeared in Daily Caller on January 15, 2020.   When government seeks to enact laws that harm your interests, should you ...

Surprise! The IRS really does want to protect your privacy

January 10, 2020   •  By Alex Baiocco   •  ,

This piece originally appeared in Washington Examiner on January 10, 2020.   Admiring the role of civic organizations in the infancy of America, Alexis De ...

Campaign finance limits take choices away from voters

December 17, 2019   •  By David Keating   •  ,

This piece originally appeared in Washington Examiner on December 17, 2019.   It happens every presidential election. A promising candidate joins the race, makes ...

Ending your right to petition the government as we know it

November 25, 2019   •  By Luke Wachob   •  ,

The best way to fight corruption is to protect freedom of speech and the right to vote.

Facebook is making the right choice on political speech

November 19, 2019   •  By Scott Blackburn   •  ,

Twitter’s strategy shows the cost to free expression that comes when ads are not treated as speech.

Courts come to defense of free speech in New Jersey, New York

November 18, 2019   •  By David Keating   •  , , ,

As legislatures and administrative bodies fight harder than ever to expose the identities of nonprofit donors, courts must step up to the challenge of ...

Free Speech Means Free Speech

November 6, 2019   •  By Brad Smith   •  ,

Removing a major source of low-cost political advertising from Twitter harms those who don't yet have a large audience but are looking for an ...

Campaign Finance Law Should Do More To Prevent Donor Harassment

October 24, 2019   •  By Brad Smith   •  , ,

At a time when everyone’s contributions over $200 are just a few clicks away, disclosure laws created in a pre-internet era deserve a second ...

We need to clean house at the Federal Election Commission

October 22, 2019   •  By Zac Morgan   •  ,

The country deserves a functioning campaign finance agency, especially as we head into the 2020 campaign season.

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