Government Spying on Your Email

Today, federal departments and law enforcement have the ability to access the emails you write without a warrant, sidestepping Fourth Amendment protections. Even if you have done nothing wrong, it doesn’t matter. Law enforcement can, through current existing law, obtain any of your emails over 180 days old. The most ridiculous part is that the

WSJ: The Millennial Job Malaise

GenOpp President Evan Feinberg appeared on WSJ Opinion to explain the details of the terrible job numbers released last week by the Labor Department and Generation Opportunity. America needs more jobs! Click here to find out how you can take action now.

Here We Go Again: Tax Credits for Special Interests

  If there is anything that a majority of Americans can agree on, it’s that taxes are too complicated. Just filling out the most basic tax forms can take hours. H&R Block commercials run every 20 minutes promising us they can do a better job on your tax return, which is probably true. They are

Obamacare’s 7.1 million sign-ups: This year’s worst April Fools joke

In a twist of fate that reflects the dishonesty built into Obamacare, the president took to the White House Rose Garden to proclaim victory for his signature legislation on, of all days, April 1st. It might have been funny, if Obamacare wasn’t premised on falsehoods that are causing problems for the economy, middle class families, and Millennials. But

NSA Spying: Stop Pretending, Start Ending

In the wake of the revelation of the federal government’s bulk data collection project, the President and many in Congress defended the National Security Agency’s (NSA) spying programs. Only after the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board declared the NSA’s activities “illegal” and failed to “identif[y] a single instance involving a threat to the United

Who Is Benefiting from Obamacare?

Yesterday marked the official deadline to sign up for Obamacare. Unofficially, the administration pushed back the deadline to mid-April in hopes that more people would sign up. The President can extend his law indefinitely, but it will never fulfill the Obama administration’s promises – promises that Obamacare would provide health insurance for everyone, allow individuals

Obamacare: A Big Waste of Time

Guess what had its fourth birthday this weekend? Obamacare. But between the disastrous rollout, 38 (and counting) delays, appalling enrollment numbers, skyrocketing premiums, and many hours wasted waiting for HealthCare.gov to even work, it is little wonder why last weekend got little fanfare. In fact, it is pretty clear that Obamacare is nothing more than

Young People Not Signing Up, Obamacare Enrollment Deadline Pushed Back

Two weeks ago, Director of Health and Human Services (HHS) Kathleen Sebelius, while discussing the enrollment deadline, declared, “[T]here is no delay beyond March 31.” HHS official Julie Bataille went in further when she stated, “We have no plans to extend the open enrollment period. In fact, we don’t actually have the statutory authority to

Florida’s Uber Problem: How the Law Is Helping Taxis at Your Expense

After a night out, twenty-somethings in Jacksonville can pull out their smart phones, open an app, and push a button. Within minutes, a driver arrives and, at the end of the ride, charges a reasonable fare based on distance. Passengers pay by credit card through the app and can easily split the fare multiple ways.

If You Thought Obamacare Was Pricey Now

During recent testimony in the House Ways and Means committee, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius stated, “I think premiums are likely to go up, but go up at a smaller pace than what we’ve seen since 2010.” Upon hearing this statement, news sources around the country highlighted this as yet another broken promise