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Paging Tim Carney

The New Yorker on Google's move into the Washington policy world:

01/11/2008
Authoritarianism: Good for the Environment!
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Authoritarianism: Good for the Environment!

This is sort of hilarious -- and completely depressing. MotherJones environmental blogger Jennifer Phillips looks upon China's authoritarianism favorably ... at least when deployed in service of policies she likes.

01/09/2008
Spending (It's For the Children)
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Spending (It's For the Children)

For the children? Perhaps not. In the Washington Post, Robert Samuelson casts a skeptical eye on the current crop of presidential candidates and their promises to take care of the children.

01/09/2008
Pardon My Carbon
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Pardon My Carbon

Yet another article notes the, ah, uncertainties surrounding the use of "carbon offsets."  This time, the New York Times reports that the the FTC is looking into the sales of carbon pardons, saying that there is the "potential for deception." In other words, it's maybe kind of ... a scam.

01/09/2008
Support Property Tax Reform for Florida!
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Support Property Tax Reform for Florida!

01/09/2008
Join FreedomWorks for Breakfast in Frontenac
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Join FreedomWorks for Breakfast in Frontenac

Please join FreedomWorks Missouri Volunteer Chapter Leader Terri Brennan and guest speaker Ron Calzone of Missouri Citizens for Property Rights for breakfast to discuss property rights reform on Tuesday, January 22nd.

01/09/2008
Huckabee: The Coalition Splitter
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Huckabee: The Coalition Splitter

Responding to my earlier post on the GOP coalition, Daniel Larison writes:

01/08/2008
Liberal Health Care Catfight
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Liberal Health Care Catfight

Obama and Clinton have been in a much-publicized spat over their respective health care plans. And while it's true that Clinton's would force absolutely everyone to purchase insurance and Obama's would not, the thing to remember is that both are bad. The Wall Street Journal breaks it down for us:

01/06/2008
Ben Franklin Oil
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Ben Franklin Oil

What to make of $100 oil?  To read the daily newspapers on the topic, or listen to certain political candidates, you'd think it was an Earth-shattering event.

01/06/2008
Earmarks: The Gateway Drug to Spending Addiction
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Earmarks: The Gateway Drug to Spending Addiction

Omnibusting is reporting that Bush is expected to announce tomorrow whether or not he'll issue the much-anticipated executive order telling federal agencies to ignore the vast majority of the earmarks in this year's omnibus.  This could be huge, and could give Bush, who has been struggling to bolster his fiscal conservative credentials, an big win with the public.  Polls consistently indicate that public is overwhelmingly against earmarks (67% in this poll), making this another instance where good policy is also good politics.

01/06/2008

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