Mike Davis sends letter of support for Ken Buck to be Ranking Member on House Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law to Ranking Member Jim Jordan

December 29, 2020

Ranking Member Jim Jordan

House Committee on the Judiciary 2056 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Ranking Member Jordan,

December 29, 2020

We write to you as conservative and center-right groups in support of Rep. Ken Buck to be Ranking Member on the House Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law.

Over the last two years, Rep. Buck has demonstrated himself to be a thoughtful legislator on issues relating to antitrust. His October 2020 report, “The Third Way: Antitrust Enforcement in Big Tech,” impressively threaded the antitrust needle by countering the Democrats’ support for onerous over-regulation while simultaneously pushing Congress to recognize Big Tech’s anticompetitive behavior. In doing this so consistently and so deftly, Rep. Buck has proven himself to be the right man for the job.

As you know, Rep. Buck is a bastion for conservative values in Congress who has fought for the preservation of the free market and the restoration of competition in the American economy. He has also shown his dedication to standing up against Big Tech’s censorship of conservative viewpoints, which threatens the freedoms of speech and expression for all Americans. As these corporations have ventured to crush consumers and small businesses under their economic ambitions, Rep. Buck has immersed himself in Congressional efforts to promote meaningful policy reforms that support conservative principles.

Considering all of this, we are confident that Rep. Buck will be the best person to lead as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law. We ask that you appoint him to the ranking member position on the Subcommittee. Thank you for your consideration.


Mike Davis, Founder and President The Internet Accountability Project

Rachel Bovard, Senior Advisor The Internet Accountability Project

Matt Schlapp, Chairman

American Conservative Union

Morton Blackwell, President The Leadership Institute

L. Brent Bozell III, Chairman ForAmerica

Harmeet Dhillon, California Committeewoman Republican National Committee

Penny Nance, CEO and President Concerned Women for America

Charlie Kirk, President Turning Point USA

Erick Erickson The Resurgent

Colleen Holcomb, President Eagle Forum

Terry Schilling, Executive Director American Principles Project

Jon Schweppe, Director of Policy American Principles Project

Christian Robey, Vice President of External Affairs Media Research Center

Arthur Milikh, Executive Director

The Claremont Institute’s Center for The American Way of Life

Ryan Williams, President The Claremont Institute

Nick Short, Digital Media Manager The Claremont Institute

Kelly Shackelford First Liberty

Seton Motley, President Less Government

Will Chamberlain, Co-Publisher Human Events

Jack Posobiec, Analyst

One American News Network (OANN)

Josh Hammer

The Edmund Burke Foundation

Ron Coleman, Partner Dhillon Law Group

Ian Prior, Former Deputy Director of Public Affairs Department of Justice

Jessie Jane Duff

Gunnery Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps retired Military Advisor, Committee Present Danger China

Matt Mackowiak, Executive Director Fight for Tomorrow

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