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Top 10 Ways the Obama Budget Displaces Private Entrepreneurship
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Top 10 Ways the Obama Budget Displaces Private Entrepreneurship

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03/31/2009
Capitol Comment Number 429
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Capitol Comment Number 429

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02/06/2009
Bringing Greater Competition to the Insurance Industry
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Bringing Greater Competition to the Insurance Industry

  Before the Department of the TreasuryWashington, DC 20220   November 21, 2007 Review by the Treasury Department of the Regulatory Structure Associated with Financial Institutions TREAS-DO-2007-0018  Before the Department of the TreasuryWashington, DC 20220   November 21, 2007 Review by the Treasury Department of the Regulatory Structure Associated with Financial Institutions TREAS-DO-2007-0018

11/26/2007
Capitol Comment: Regulatory Piracy
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Capitol Comment: Regulatory Piracy

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03/01/2007
Capitol Comment 299 - President’s Social Security Commission is Right on the Money: Social Security Will Soon Have None
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Capitol Comment 299 - President’s Social Security Commission is Right on the Money: Social Security Will Soon Have None

In 1934, President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed a committee to study poverty among the elderly. In this Committee on Economic Security, our current Social Security system was born. Today, Social Security stands as one of the most popular – and expensive – government programs in American history.

08/30/2001
Capitol Comment 298: Expanding Children’s Education Opportunities
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Capitol Comment 298: Expanding Children’s Education Opportunities

State and federal policymakers alike are responding to calls from parents, taxpayers, and scholars to improve education by putting an end to the "one-size-fits-all" approach that most states currently use. Different states are taking different approaches to the issue.  

07/27/2001
Capitol Comment 297 - Abundant Energy: The Building Block of Prosperity
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Capitol Comment 297 - Abundant Energy: The Building Block of Prosperity

Rising gas prices and rolling blackouts have made energy policy a hot issue nationwide. Some believe the solution is to procure new supplies to meet increasing demand. Others argue that conservation and efficiency will make more production unnecessary.

07/10/2001
Capitol Comment 296 - Public Choice, Copyright, and Napster
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Capitol Comment 296 - Public Choice, Copyright, and Napster

Economic theory begins with a simple assumption: “Individuals are motivated by utility-maximizing considerations and that, when an opportunity for mutual gains exists, ‘trade’ will take place.”1 These private transactions between producers and consumers serve as the foundation for a market economy and free society.

06/14/2001
Capitol Comment 295 - Renewable Energy: The Great Hope or the Great Hype?
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Capitol Comment 295 - Renewable Energy: The Great Hope or the Great Hype?

With the release of its national energy policy, the Bush administration kicked off its drive for a new approach to meeting America’s energy needs. The report was instantly derided — before it was even released, in fact — by environmental fundraising groups, members of the media, and leaders of the opposition on Capitol Hill.

06/07/2001
Capitol Comment 293 - Education not Litigation: The Paul D. Coverdell Teacher Liability Protection Act of 2001
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Capitol Comment 293 - Education not Litigation: The Paul D. Coverdell Teacher Liability Protection Act of 2001

While schoolchildren often worry about fitting in with their peers, teachers are becoming more and more concerned each school year with the threat of lawsuits. In fact, a survey by the American Federation of Teachers shows that liability protection ranks among the top three concerns teachers want their unions to address. Thankfully, a bill in the U.S. Senate, “The Paul D. Coverdell Teacher Liability Protection Act” (S. 316), will help ease teachers’ concerns and allow them to focus on educating our children, rather than the threat of litigation.

03/21/2001

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