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Big Cities’ Climate Lawsuits Against Big Oil Scrutinized

A recent wave of government climate change lawsuits against oil and gas firms may prove deeply harmful, actually inhibiting the growth of new, greener technologies by diverting resources that would otherwise fuel innovation

Big Tech and Big Oil Brace for New Liberal Majority at FTC

Democrats have regained a majority at the Federal Trade Commission, enabling Chairwoman Lina Khan to advance an aggressive and liberal anti-monopoly and consumer protection agenda focusing on Big Tech and major oil companies.

House Dems Suffer Election Anxiety, Complain Leaders Doing Too Little on Gas Prices

Democrats on Capitol Hill are increasingly anxious about how to show voters they are taking aggressive action to deflate swelled gasoline prices, even if that means voting on legislation that would likely not bear results.

Ted Cruz Asks FTC to Investigate GoFundMe Over ‘Freedom Convoy’ Funds

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has asked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to launch an investigation into GoFundMe after the crowdfunding platform said it would reallocate nearly all of the $10 million in donations for Canada’s “Freedom Convoy” to charity — a move it reversed following backlash from conservatives.

Gas Prices Are Rising. Who Did That?

Slapped on a gas pump next to the digital meter display, the stickers tell a simple, powerful story: Today’s gasoline prices, the highest in years, are courtesy of the commander in chief.

Dont Be Tricked into Allowing Big Tech to Weaponize “Misinformation”

Tuesday’s Senate hearing with Facebook “whistleblower” Frances Haugen was part of a slick, well-produced rollout of a former Facebook employee, complete with a prerecorded and well-timed “expose” on CBS’ “60 Minutes,” harmonious media cheerleading, and paid Democratic consultants.

FTC accuses Facebook of “buy or bury” scheme in new antitrust complaint

The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday took a second shot at alleging Facebook is an illegal monopoly in a new complaint that accuses the social media company of buying up potential competitors or thwarting their access to the platform.

Facebook asks a federal court to dismiss government antitrust cases against it

Facebook on Wednesday asked a federal court to dismiss antitrust lawsuits brought by federal and state regulators, saying the suits failed to prove the company was a monopoly and harmed competition.

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