Big Tech vs. Democracy
Many on the Right have questioned the integrity of the 2020 election, and we now join that chorus. We believe the preponderance of evidence indicates that Big Tech companies—namely Facebook, Twitter, and Google—directly interfered in the election on behalf of the Democrats and ultimately delivered President Joe Biden his victory.
MAGA After 2020: How the GOP Can Win Again and Save America
While the widespread embrace of woke ideology by left-wing institutions, including the Democratic Party, represents a dangerous threat to the country—one which was especially on display during the 2020 campaign—it also offers a unique opportunity to Republicans if they are willing to take advantage of it.
Black Lives Matter & The BREATHE Act: A Radical Movement with a Radical Agenda
What is the "Black Lives Matter" movement and what does it stand for? This report looks to answer this question by investigating the history of the BLM organization and its leaders and analyzing its chief legislative proposal: the BREATHE Act.
Protecting Free Speech and Defending Kids: A Proposal to Amend Section 230
We believe Section 230 still has value, but requires amendment in order to achieve what should be its dual mandate: 1.) protecting children from pornography and obscenity, and 2.) creating a digital public square where the value of free speech is cherished.
Family First: Reclaiming the GOP’s Forgotten Constituency
Building on new polling data from the 2018 midterms, this report shows how the Republican Party is dependent on married and family-oriented voters for success and proposes a "Family First" platform to solidify the support of these voters as well as grow the party's base for future elections.
The Case for Politics: Why Social Conservatives Must Invest Seriously in Politics
The APP Foundation team compiled spending data for hundreds of social conservative organizations involved in public policy, political activism, and election. The report illustrates how little Christian conservatives invest in politics