In a blog post for National Journal, Grover expresses how he would like the federal government and leaders of foreign nations to, “explain how taking one dollar– through taxation or debt– from someone who earned it and giving that dollar to someone else will increase net wealth, income or employment”

When discussing the FTC’s new 47-page document that “reinvents journalism,” Politico mentioned executive director of ATR’s Digital Liberty Project, Kelly Cobb, and his unabashed criticism of the project. Here’s a ton of other people’s money.” Or at least that’s what the Federal Trade Commission’s recently released proposal on the “reinvention of journalism” may as well read.”

The Columbus Dispatch published an Associated Press piece on how John Kasich’s (R-Ohio) signing of the Taxpayer Protection Pledge will alter the governor’s race in Ohio. “As he did during his 18-year stint in Congress, Kasich signed the so-called Taxpayer Protection Pledge sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform, a conservative group headed by Grover Norquist.”