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In Defense of Traditional Education
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In Defense of Traditional Education

As printed in the Hartford Courant, 09/03/2000 LEFT BACK: A CENTURY OF FAILED SCHOOL REFORMS by Diane Ravitch, Simon & Schuster, $30, 544 pp.

09/03/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: FCC: Enough Already with the AOL Merger
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: FCC: Enough Already with the AOL Merger

Sometimes cultural trends take a while to migrate from California to the east coast. And they take a particularly long time to penetrate the Washington Beltway. Take, for example, the Silicon Valley concept of “Internet time,” as in: The pace of our high-tech economy has forced competitive people and businesses to move on Internet time.

09/01/2000
Tell Your Representative to Repeal the Death Tax
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Tell Your Representative to Repeal the Death Tax

The ink has yet to dry on Bill Clinton’s veto of Congress’s bill to eliminate the marriage penalty and now he has vetoed H.R. 8, “The Death Tax Elimination Act,” which would have gradually eliminated the Death Tax over the next 10 years. H.R. 8 is scheduled on the House floor for an override vote on September 7th. Against the tide of bi-partisan support in Congress to eliminate the Death Tax, the administration keeps repeating the stale class-warfare rhetoric that these tax cuts will “benefit the rich.”

08/31/2000
In Defense of Tort Reform in Florida
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In Defense of Tort Reform in Florida

The Orlando Sentinel published an op-ed on August 30th, written by Florida CSE Director Slade O’Brien, entitled “Stand firm against frivolous lawsuits,” in which he defends Florida’s tort reform efforts. Mr. O’Brien references an article that gives a first person account of how destructive frivolous lawsuits can be to an individual and his family. Click on the following icon for the details of the op-ed published in the Orlando Sentinel on August 39th entitled “Stand firm against frivolous lawsuits.”

08/31/2000
Issue Analysis 108 - The Consumer Benefits of Civil Justice Reform in Texas
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Issue Analysis 108 - The Consumer Benefits of Civil Justice Reform in Texas

Opponents of civil justice reform argue that reform creates little, if any, benefit for consumers. A Citizens for a Sound Economy study indicates several positive and direct consumer benefits attributable to civil justice reform. Specifically, the civil justice reforms passed in Texas created nearly 200,000 jobs while providing savings to the typical Texas household of $1,078 through lower prices and increased total personal income.

08/31/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in tech News: A Letter to The Wall Street Journal
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in tech News: A Letter to The Wall Street Journal

August 31, 2000 To the Editor: Your August 31st editorial, “Tire-Kicking on the Web,” correctly questions District Court Judge Sam Spark’s judgment in the Texas case involving online car sales. His decision mocks the commerce clause and harms consumers. However, the editorial missed a more interesting question. Can this type of protectionism survive in a wired economy?

08/31/2000
CSE Ensures 'End Lawsuit Abuse' Message is Heard Loud and Clear
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CSE Ensures 'End Lawsuit Abuse' Message is Heard Loud and Clear

On August 26th, an estimated 40,000 activists converged in Puyallup, Washington for King, Pierce and Snohomish Counties' 2000 Annual Grand Old Party Picnic and CSE was there to educate them on lawsuit abuse and to show them how they, as grassroots citizens, can make a difference in this issue. The 2000 Annual Grand Old Party Picnic will be the largest single party grassroots gathering between now and the General Election in November and we ensured the message to end lawsuit abuse was heard loud and clear.

08/30/2000
Washington CSE Scores Big with Crowd of Nearly 40,000 at Washington’s King County GOP Picnic
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Washington CSE Scores Big with Crowd of Nearly 40,000 at Washington’s King County GOP Picnic

“Glad you’re here today.” – Jim West, WA State Senate Republican Leader

08/30/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Consumers in Captivity: Judge Patel's Ruling Deserves Closer Scrutiny
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Consumers in Captivity: Judge Patel's Ruling Deserves Closer Scrutiny

Yesterday, many influential technology and telecommunication trade associations filed “friend of the court” briefs pursuant to the RIAA v. Napster copyright infringement case that is currently before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Although the authors of the briefs are quick to distance themselves from Napster, they are strongly critical of Judge Marilyn Patel’s ruling that would have shut down the file-sharing Website.

08/30/2000
Metropolitan digest
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Metropolitan digest

Social Security Citizens for a Sound Economy is having a forum about Social Security at 6:30 p.m. today. U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback, a Kansas Republican, is scheduled to participate. The town hall meeting will be at the Doubletree Hotel, 10100 College Blvd., Overland Park. The event is free, and the public will have a chance to ask questions.

08/30/2000

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