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Clean Power Plan Proposed Rule

On June 2, 2014, EPA proposed a commonsense plan to cut carbon pollution from power plants. States, cities and businesses across the country are already taking action to address the risks of climate change. EPA’s proposal builds on those actions and is flexible – reflecting that different states have a different mix of sources and […]


Good Intentions But Still Tyranny – By Jim Clarkson

July 01, 2014 J

We don’t worry too much about the technical problems of wind and solar power or the risk problem with nuclear plants. These are things the market will work out if the natural market is allowed to operate. Let the best technology prevail without political favoritism! It is the distorting effects of subsidies, tax breaks, limitations […]

AFP GA Weekly Newsletter – June 29th-July 5th, 2014

July 01, 2014

Read newsletter online HERE. This Independence Day, we ask what makes America, the beautiful? Is it her strength or size? Or is it all that she has represented both here and around the world. A nation conceived in Liberty dedicated to the value of the individual and the opportunity to voluntarily support and build up […]

When Law Becomes The Tyrant – By Joel Aaron Foster

June 30, 2014

In honor of the Dog Days of Summer, we are releasing a series of thought provoking essays from AFP Georgia staff on the philosophical underpinnings that drive free market ideas and individual liberty. Liberty is preserved in a delicate balance. If Liberty is truly the gift of Divine Providence to all Mankind then why do […]

Ten Conclusions About Government Owned Broadband Internet

June 27, 2014 J

The New York University Law School’s Advanced Communications Law and Policy Institute (ACLPI) recently released a report that outlines the common problems with government-owned broadband networks (GONs). The report, authored by Charles Davidson and Michael Santorelli with contributions from several government and business leaders in cities in states that have GONs, examines 10 networks across […]