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Citizens Slam Decision on Salmon-Killing Terns
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Citizens Slam Decision on Salmon-Killing Terns

Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation today denounced a decision by U.S. District Judge Barbara Rothstein that would prevent the Army Corps of Engineers and the Fish and Wildlife Service from removing salmon-killing birds from Rice Island in the Columbia River. The decision was in response to a lawsuit filed by a coalition of extreme environmental special interest groups.

08/14/2001
Greenspan Is Architect of a Recession
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Greenspan Is Architect of a Recession

Thanks to deflationary monetary policy, the economy here and around the world is slipping into a deep freeze, and there is no prospect of a thaw any time soon. As George Gilder observed in The Wall Street Journal, the prices of gold and industrial staples such as steel are down more than 40 percent in four years. He wrote, "A high-tech depression is under way, driven by a long siege of deflationary monetary policy . . . which has shriveled hundreds of debt-laden telecom companies and brought Internet expansion to a halt."

08/14/2001
Citizens Slam Decision on Salmon-Killing Terns
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Citizens Slam Decision on Salmon-Killing Terns

Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation today denounced a decision by U.S. District Judge Barbara Rothstein that would prevent the Army Corps of Engineers and the Fish and Wildlife Service from removing salmon-killing birds from Rice Island in the Columbia River. The decision was in response to a lawsuit filed by a coalition of extreme environmental special interest groups.

08/14/2001
Citizens Slam Decision on Salmon-Killing Terns
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Citizens Slam Decision on Salmon-Killing Terns

Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation today denounced a decision by U.S. District Judge Barbara Rothstein that would prevent the Army Corps of Engineers and the Fish and Wildlife Service from removing salmon-killing birds from Rice Island in the Columbia River. The decision was in response to a lawsuit filed by a coalition of extreme environmental special interest groups.

08/14/2001
20th Anniversary of Reagan Tax Cut
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20th Anniversary of Reagan Tax Cut

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the Ronald Reagan tax cut. The bill Reagan signed into law that day was entitled the Economic Recovery Tax Act, also known as the Kemp-Roth bill after its two principal sponsors, U.S. Representative Jack Kemp and Senator Bill Roth. Jack Kemp, now co-director of Empower America, released the following statement today commemorating this historic day:

08/13/2001
Character, the Old-Fashioned Way
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Character, the Old-Fashioned Way

As published in The Weekly Standard, August 20/August 27, 2001

08/13/2001
20th Anniversary of Reagan Tax Cut
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20th Anniversary of Reagan Tax Cut

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the Ronald Reagan tax cut. The bill Reagan signed into law that day was entitled the Economic Recovery Tax Act, also known as the Kemp-Roth bill after its two principal sponsors, U.S. Representative Jack Kemp and Senator Bill Roth. Jack Kemp, now co-director of Empower America, released the following statement today commemorating this historic day:

08/13/2001
Catching Flak Over Bonn
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Catching Flak Over Bonn

The world’s environmental ministers got together last month in the German city of Bonn, and after marathon negotiating sessions that kept bleary-eyed delegates awake for days, cobbled together an agreement to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Specifically, they officially adopted the Kyoto Protocol, which they will now send home for their respective legislative bodies (for countries that have one) to ratify.

08/12/2001
Catching Flack Over Bonn
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Catching Flack Over Bonn

BY Glenn Spencer

The world's environmental ministers got together last month in the German city of Bonn, and after marathon negotiating sessions that kept bleary-eyed delegates awake for days, cobbled together an agreement to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Specifically, they officially adopted the Kyoto Protocol, which they will now send home for their respective legislative bodies (for countries that have one) to ratify.

08/12/2001
Gary Strannigan's Letter to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission
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Gary Strannigan's Letter to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission

August 10, 2001 Dear Sir: On behalf of 14,000 members of Washington Citizens for a Sound Economy (WACSE), I write to encourage you to support Qwest's application to offer long-distance services to consumers in the state of Washington. Qwest has implemented the market-opening requirements of section 271 of the Telecommunications Act successfully and the market for local telecommunications service is irrecoverably open to competition in Washington State.

08/10/2001

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