Originally seen in Daily Caller Our Constitution is clear: our elected representatives in Congress must work together to write our federal laws, and ou…
It’s not hard to find examples of cancel culture. The mob has gone after the Founding Fathers, Dr. Seuss and the co-founder of the left-leaning infotai…
Last week, I participated in a George Mason University panel to discuss the national-security implications of antitrust as they relate to Big Tech. Acc…
Last year, as COVID-19 spread like wildfire in New York’s nursing homes, then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo enjoyed fawning media coverage for his handling of the …
In 2000, Google began using “don’t be evil” as its unofficial motto. That pledge, shared internally among employees, rightly acknowledged that any comp…
Forget your spouse, your best friend, or your mom: there’s a good chance that Google knows you best of all. They know your deepest, burning questions, …
These frameworks leave individual Americans to pay for enforcing the laws against Big Tech
In last week’s Myth Buster piece we promised to follow up if we saw misinformation spreading about what the HJC antitrust bills do in reality. This wee…
Last week, we wrote about why Republicans must rethink antitrust when it comes to Big Tech’s market power, arguing: “The only way to tackle this market…
For the first time in a century, Republicans find themselves on the brink of an antitrust revival, a new trust-busting era in the tradition of the Bost…
Welcome to Unfazed and Determined by me, Mike Davis. Mike Davis is the founder and president of the Internet Accountability Project (IAP), Article III …