City Journal

“Failing Upward”

Corbin Barthold from TechFreedom points out that FTC Chair Lina Khan’s actions have become more bolden, despite her losing record.

Eye on FTC

Wall Street Journal

Regulators Gone Wild

Wall Street Journal cites CEI’s Clyde Wayne Crews on overabundance of regulation: According to the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Clyde Wayne Crews, the Biden Administration has 297…


New York Times

Climate Is Now a Culture War Issue

What’s behind this destructive effort? Well, Project 2025 appears to have been largely devised by the usual suspects — fossil-fueled think tanks like the Heartland…

Washington Examiner

“Lina Khan Goes to Congress”

Carl Szabo from NetChoice describes several abuses by FTC Chair Lina Khan in anticipation of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday.

Eye on FTC

Wall Street Journal

“Antitrust Gone Wild Against Amgen”

The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board describes the FTC’s desire to revive the antitrust theory of “potential competition” in light of the agency’s attempt to…

Eye on FTC