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EXCLUSIVE: After Ban, Roger Stone Says Twitter ‘Violates Antitrust Law’, Should Be Treated More ‘Like A Public Utility’
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EXCLUSIVE: After Ban, Roger Stone Says Twitter ‘Violates Antitrust Law’, Should Be Treated More ‘Like A Public Utility’

The Twitter account of Roger Stone, the conservative political consultant, was suspended on Saturday after he had been told that his account had been “temporarily limited.” In fact, Stone was specifically notified that his account would be restored later in the day. The restoration never came. He remains cut off […]

POLL RESULTS: Whether Congress Should Act on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
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POLL RESULTS: Whether Congress Should Act on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

September 18, 2017 – The Jack News released the results of its recent online poll about the way that Congress should approach the recent controversy over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. More than three-quarters of respondents believe that Congress should either pass DACA or some other immigration reform. […]

New Crop of Libertarian State Legislators Contemplate Path to Re-Election
Political Highlights

New Crop of Libertarian State Legislators Contemplate Path to Re-Election

Across the United States, members of the nation’s third-largest political party are striving to build on their breakout presidential campaign in 2016. Gov. Gary Johnson’s bids for the White House increased the party’s usual vote totals almost 10-fold. Into that mix have stepped an increasing number of Libertarian state legislators. […]

Gary Johnson: Bringing Fresh Pragmatism to Stale ‘Bipartisanship’ Through The Jack News
Commentary Politics

Gary Johnson: Bringing Fresh Pragmatism to Stale ‘Bipartisanship’ Through The Jack News

Some things about the American experiment aren’t looking very good right now. They are the political things. And that’s a little bit odd. Because, thanks to technology, we have more entrepreneurship and transparency in society than ever before. Indeed, technology continues to offer opportunities to get a new perspective on […]

Maine Legislature Proposes State Constitutional Amendment on Ranked-Choice Voting
Elections Roundup

Maine Legislature Proposes State Constitutional Amendment on Ranked-Choice Voting

Last November, voters of Maine approved a ballot-initiative to implement ranked-choice voting for all offices other than President. Hailed by advocates of electoral reform and defenders of third parties, this made Maine the first state to systematically reject the “first past the post” election system. Unfortunately, the Maine Supreme Court […]