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Thursday January 15th 2015


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Friends of Earth – Enemies of Mankind

Friends of Earth – Enemies of Mankind

BY ALAN CARUBA It’s such a benign sounding name, Friends of the Earth. This multi-million dollar international organization is a network of environmental organizations in 74 countries. If its agenda was adopted and enacted much of mankind would lose access to the energy sources that define and enhance modernity or the beneficial chemicals [...]

Vetoing energy, job and economic growth

Vetoing energy, job and economic growth

BY PAUL DRIESSEN ~President Obama makes it clear that the only “common ground” he respects is his liberal turf~ New Republican members were still being sworn in and expressing their desire for bipartisan initiatives, when President Obama said he would veto the Keystone pipeline, ObamaCare fixes and other bills that run counter to his [...]

Highways and the Federal Gas Tax

Highways and the Federal Gas Tax

CHRIS EDWARDS, CATO INSTITUTE Another day, another news article supportive of raising the federal gas tax. This time it’s the Wall Street Journal. The article notes that there is strong public opposition to raising gas taxes, but then proceeds to give us the arguments in favor of it, but none against. So for the next reporter writing about [...]

States should just say no to climate initiatives

States should just say no to climate initiatives

NICHOLAS LORIS, HERITAGE FOUNDATION Climate change regulations imposed by federal bureaucrats now give state governments a new opportunity to extract money from their citizens. In the interest of protecting American families and businesses from higher energy prices devoid of any meaningful climate benefit, states should just say no. A large [...]

Is the Faculty of Harvard University Irrational?

Is the Faculty of Harvard University Irrational?

MICHAEL F. CANNON, CATO INSTITUTE As an irony junkie, this New York Times article on the outrage among Harvard’s faculty that they should face greater cost-sharing in their health benefits – and the incredulity of Harvard’s health economists at their colleagues’ reactions – is one of the most wonderful things I have read in the [...]

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