America’s Jacobin Moment

Anger at the killing of George Floyd has spurred useful reflection about race and perhaps some important police reform. But the political and cultural forces have transformed in recent weeks into something far less healthy—a ferocious campaign of political conformity sweeping across American artistic, educational, business and entertainment institutions.

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The FEC, Our First Amendment Right to Protest and Donor Privacy

Bradley Smith, Founder and Chairman of the Institute for Free Speech and a former FEC Chairman, joins a CFIF discussion about why supporting the right to peaceful protest is important even during a pandemic and the final donor privacy regulation recently released by the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service.

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