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Opening up Section of ANWR Could Curb Dependence on Foreign Oil, Ease Future Gas Crunches

Our current energy woes have once again focused attention on America’s dependence on overseas sources of oil, particularly from price-fixing cartels like OPEC. Common sense tells us that if we have the capability, we should produce more oil here at home. We do it better, cleaner, and more efficiently than other countries - many of which give little consideration to responsible environmental stewardship.

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Opening up Section of ANWR Could Curb Dependence on Foreign Oil, Ease Future Gas Crunches

Our current energy woes have once again focused attention on America’s dependence on overseas sources of oil, particularly from price-fixing cartels like OPEC. Common sense tells us that if we have the capability, we should produce more oil here at home. We do it better, cleaner, and more efficiently than other countries - many of which give little consideration to responsible environmental stewardship.

02/27/2001
It's Time To End Deflation

Copley News Service, 02/27/2001 Neither tax cuts nor interest rate cuts, as desirable as both may, be can stop the economy from shrinking, given current monetary policy by the Federal Reserve Board. We are up to our ears in a historically rare monetary deflation that will force prices and wages to fall just as monetary inflations require prices and wages to rise. It is the result of Alan Greenspan's overzealousness during these last four years of economic growth, the result of the Republican tax cuts of 1997 and the Internet-driven productivity surge.

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It's Time To End Deflation

Copley News Service, 02/27/2001 Neither tax cuts nor interest rate cuts, as desirable as both may, be can stop the economy from shrinking, given current monetary policy by the Federal Reserve Board. We are up to our ears in a historically rare monetary deflation that will force prices and wages to fall just as monetary inflations require prices and wages to rise. It is the result of Alan Greenspan's overzealousness during these last four years of economic growth, the result of the Republican tax cuts of 1997 and the Internet-driven productivity surge.

02/27/2001
Letter to Congressional Leaders

February 26, 2001 The following congressional leaders received the letter printed below: Senators John McCain and Fritz Hollings, Representatives Billy Tauzin and John Dingell.

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Letter to Congressional Leaders

February 26, 2001 The following congressional leaders received the letter printed below: Senators John McCain and Fritz Hollings, Representatives Billy Tauzin and John Dingell.

02/26/2001
DOJ Continues Quixotic Crusade Against Innovation

Oral arguments in the pending appeal of U.S. v. Microsoft are being heard today in the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The arguments are only the latest step in a lawsuit nearly three years old. The federal government teamed with attorneys general from 19 states and the District of Columbia and has presented a plan to micro-manage the development of new technology and to punish Microsoft for improving its products while lowering prices to consumers. Kent Lassman, Director of CSE’s Technology and Communications Policy issued the following statement:

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DOJ Continues Quixotic Crusade Against Innovation

Oral arguments in the pending appeal of U.S. v. Microsoft are being heard today in the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The arguments are only the latest step in a lawsuit nearly three years old. The federal government teamed with attorneys general from 19 states and the District of Columbia and has presented a plan to micro-manage the development of new technology and to punish Microsoft for improving its products while lowering prices to consumers. Kent Lassman, Director of CSE’s Technology and Communications Policy issued the following statement:

02/26/2001
Legislature: Chance to Vent Over Oregon Tax

OLYMPIA -- It may be little more than a shout into the wind, but Clark County residents angry over paying Oregon income tax have won a chance to vent to Washington legislators. At 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, the House Finance Committee will hear House Joint Memorial 4010, a simple memorial resolution lacking any teeth south of the Columbia River. Testimony will be taken in Hearing Room C, in the John L O'Brien Building (House offices).

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Legislature: Chance to Vent Over Oregon Tax

BY Howard Buck

OLYMPIA -- It may be little more than a shout into the wind, but Clark County residents angry over paying Oregon income tax have won a chance to vent to Washington legislators. At 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, the House Finance Committee will hear House Joint Memorial 4010, a simple memorial resolution lacking any teeth south of the Columbia River. Testimony will be taken in Hearing Room C, in the John L O'Brien Building (House offices).

02/24/2001
CSEmail Update

CSE's most valuable asset is you, the activist. For this reason, we bring you the weekly e-mail newsletter, CSEmail Insider. This newsletter offers the inside scoop on important issues and on what CSE is doing. We hope that you will come to rely on this weekly publication as a valuable resource to aid you in your participation in the political process. - Paul Beckner, President Support President Bush's Tax Cut Proposal Click here to write a letter to your Representative, Senator or the President to let them know that you support tax cuts.

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CSEmail Update

CSE's most valuable asset is you, the activist. For this reason, we bring you the weekly e-mail newsletter, CSEmail Insider. This newsletter offers the inside scoop on important issues and on what CSE is doing. We hope that you will come to rely on this weekly publication as a valuable resource to aid you in your participation in the political process. - Paul Beckner, President Support President Bush's Tax Cut Proposal Click here to write a letter to your Representative, Senator or the President to let them know that you support tax cuts.

02/23/2001
Texas CSE Asks: Should a Tax Tax a Tax?

Taxes are one of life’s unpleasant certainties. Tax revenues are used to fund —both necessary government functions and its more spurious activities. At all times, tax assessment should be done in a straightforward manner to ensure that the taxpayer is aware of what is being taxed, why it is taxed and what is owed.

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Texas CSE Asks: Should a Tax Tax a Tax?

Taxes are one of life’s unpleasant certainties. Tax revenues are used to fund —both necessary government functions and its more spurious activities. At all times, tax assessment should be done in a straightforward manner to ensure that the taxpayer is aware of what is being taxed, why it is taxed and what is owed.

02/23/2001
Tax Cut Update 1

House Ways and Means Committee Holds Hearing on Bush Tax Plan On Tuesday, February 13, the House Ways and Means Committee held a hearing on President Bush’s tax relief proposal. Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill and several other experts testified on the plan. Not surprisingly, the proposal was met with both applause and disapproval from committee members and guest witnesses.

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Tax Cut Update 1

House Ways and Means Committee Holds Hearing on Bush Tax Plan On Tuesday, February 13, the House Ways and Means Committee held a hearing on President Bush’s tax relief proposal. Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill and several other experts testified on the plan. Not surprisingly, the proposal was met with both applause and disapproval from committee members and guest witnesses.

02/23/2001
A Tax We Can All Live Without

Recently, a group of extremely wealthy Americans voiced opposition to bipartisan efforts in Washington, D.C. to abolish the death tax. However, these billionaire activists do not address the strong disincentive created by the tax, or the burden it imposes on small farms and businesses.

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A Tax We Can All Live Without

Recently, a group of extremely wealthy Americans voiced opposition to bipartisan efforts in Washington, D.C. to abolish the death tax. However, these billionaire activists do not address the strong disincentive created by the tax, or the burden it imposes on small farms and businesses.

02/23/2001
Same Old Song and Dance from the DOJ

Monday the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia will hear oral arguments in the case of U.S. v. Microsoft. The arguments are only the latest step in the federal government’s campaign to micro-manage the development of new technology and to punish Microsoft for improving its products while lowering prices.

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Same Old Song and Dance from the DOJ

Monday the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia will hear oral arguments in the case of U.S. v. Microsoft. The arguments are only the latest step in the federal government’s campaign to micro-manage the development of new technology and to punish Microsoft for improving its products while lowering prices.

02/23/2001

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