Google Is a Fundamental Threat to Conservatism

(Chuck Muth) – Google is at it again—quietly undermining the messaging of conservative advocacy campaigns without supplying any reason as to why. On December 1, 2019, “60 Minutes” reported that Google had targeted and removed more than 300 political ads from their platforms, purportedly because they “violated company policy.” The kicker? The more than 300 advertisements were all from President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign. Susan Wojcicki, YouTube’s CEO, confirmed in an interview that the president’s campaign ads were “not approved to run on Google or YouTube.” But, oddly enough, she didn’t say why. Google has been rather tight-lipped about the…

Citizen Outreach Joins Coalition Letter Urging FTC to Finalize Update to Contact Lens Rule

(Las Vegas, NV) – Citizen Outreach today joined fellow members of the Coalition for Contact Lens Consumer Choice in submitting a letter to members of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) urging them to finalize a long-delayed update to the Contact Lens Rule “as soon as possible.” The update would be of significant benefit to some 41 million Americans who wear contact lenses and often find themselves a “captive audience” when attempting to purchase their contact lenses from someone other than the optometrist who issued their prescription. “Too much power still resides with optometrists who can prescribe and sell contact lenses…

Citizen Outreach Urges Senate Leaders to Back T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

Citizen Outreach joined a large coalition of national conservative organizations urging Senate leaders to support the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint in order to boost competition, facilitate the expansion of the 5G network, and reduce costs for consumers. Click here to read the letter

Citizen Outreach Signs Onto Coalition Letter Calling for End to Foreign Sugar Subsidies

A group of nine national free-market advocacy and education organizations have submitted a coalition letter to Senate Republicans urging that language be added to the Farm Bill that would zero out the current U.S. sugar program in return for foreign competitors zeroing out their sugar industry subsidies. The group supports a resolution introduced by Rep. Ted Yoho (R-Fla.), called Zero for Zero, which is in line with President Trump’s stated long-term trade goal of “No tariffs, no barriers…and no subsidies.” The coalition letter notes that the current U.S. sugar program “exists because foreign subsidies have made sugar the world’s most…

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