Bad corporate taxes batter working Americans

Well-paying jobs that working Americans use to feed families, pay mortgages and save for retirement are disappearing because the United States has the worst corporate tax rate in the developed… Read More

Medicaid: Poorly Built for the Poor

The bigger Medicaid becomes, the less care the neediest people actually receive. By Jes Greene What is Medicaid? An easy explanation for the average voter: Founded in 1965, Medicaid is… Read More

What They Should Have Said: Louie Gohmert

What They Should Have Said shows effective ways of communicating freedom principles by using a story telling approach, taking the moral high ground, putting the other side on defense, and… Read More

Tuck’s Tooques Revisited

Dennis Mashue was as busy as ever when I chatted with him on the phone one recent afternoon. He was tired. “We had a presentation at Central Michigan University yesterday,… Read More

Think Freely Media announces launch of Think Freely Latino

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sandra Pedroarias Think Freely Latino sandra@thinkfreelylatino.org www.thinkfreelylatino.org Washington, D.C., February 9, 2017 – Today, Think Freely Media launched Think Freely Latino (TFL), an outreach vertical specifically… Read More

Trump Presidency: A Call for Civility, Not Panic

This Opinion/Editorial was featured on Opportunity Lives. By Sandra Pedroarias, Project Manager, Hispanic and Latino Outreach For many Americans, the phrase “President Trump” is still difficult to utter. But take… Read More

What We Wish He’d Said: The Inauguration

While President Trump’s inaugural address resonated with some and exceeded the expectations of others, it left many wanting more. His fierce tone, some say, spoke only to his base rather… Read More