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Where Are the Pros in Biden’s Campaign?

The Wall Street Journal
It’s unclear that his relatively greenhorn team can even fix his failing 2020 strategy.

WSJ Editorial: Proxy Advisers and Double Standards

The Wall Street Journal
A new study by the American Council for Capital Formation shows Glass Lewis and ISS make material errors in their recommendations to investors.

Joe Lieberman will not leave his fellow Democrats alone

The Washington Post
ACCF Board of Advisors Member Joe Lieberman: With No Labels, the Democratic maverick is still trying to foil liberals and challenge the party — even if that means threatening to throw a wrench into the 2024 campaign

A Conversation with Oren Cass, Executive Director of American Compass

On November 3rd the ACCF hosted ​A Conversation with Oren Cass, author of "The Once...

Rep. Steven Horsford, Chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus

The ACCF is pleased to host ​A Conversation with Rep. Steven A. Horsford (D-NV), Chairman...

University of Chicago Professor of Economics Joins Bipartisan ACCF Center for Policy Research Board of Scholars

Washington, DC – The American Council for Capital Formation Center for Policy Research (ACCF-CPR) announced...

A Conversation with the Ambassador of Portugal to the U.S.

The ACCF hosts "A Conversation with H.E. Francisco António Duarte Lopes, Ambassador of Portugal to...

A Conversation with former USTR Robert Lighthizer

On October 11, the ACCF hosted Robert Lighthizer, former United States Trade Representative and author...

Biden Has Abandoned Border Towns

The Wall Street Journal
Karl Rove: New York and Chicago get federal help. Eagle Pass, Texas, and Yuma, Ariz., don’t.

ACCF Webinars: Economic Policy in the Biden Presidency and 117th Congress

ACCF Webinars

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  • New England Will Benefit from Robust, Low-Cost Natural Gas Supply if Congress Removes Pipeline Red Tape
    Given our nation’s energy needs, it is clear that we will be using natural gas for many years to come, to heat our homes, fuel manufacturing, and importantly, to generate electricity. Even given climate concerns, most experts agree that natural gas – and other fossil fuels – along with carbon abatement technologies like carbon capture […]
    Kyle Isakower
  • Willow Approval is Sensible Energy and Environmental Strategy
    Willow Approval is Sensible Energy and Environmental Strategy By Kyle Isakower On March 13, the administration approved plans for oil production at the Willow site on the North Slope of Alaska. The area is part of the National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska (NPR-A), which was established a century ago by President Harding as a reserve of petroleum […]
    Kyle Isakower

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