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Stopping a Train Wreck: The Transparency in Regulatory Analysis of Impacts on the Nation Act
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Stopping a Train Wreck: The Transparency in Regulatory Analysis of Impacts on the Nation Act

The Environmental Protection Agency finalized the Cross State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR) on July 6th of this year, and is scrambling to implement the Utility Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Rule, scheduled to be finalized this November; forcing compliance for both rules by New Year’s Day 2012 and 2015 respectively. Both CSAPR and MACT are part of the EPA’s recent regulatory push that has become known as the EPA Train Wreck.

09/21/2011
Wind Energy: A Darker Shade of Green
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Wind Energy: A Darker Shade of Green

A Darker Shade of Green Wind energy has become an environmentalist’s catchall. Americans have been led to believe that the big white wind turbines springing up all across the country are a sort of great white hope for the environment and energy security.

09/12/2011
Issue Analysis: The Fight to Make the Public University System Work for Students
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Issue Analysis: The Fight to Make the Public University System Work for Students

Over the last few decades, the cost of higher education in the United States has grown at a rate outpacing inflation. According to Department of Education statistics, the average cost of an education at a four year university has gone up by 34 percent over the last decade.  Taxpayers are also footing the growing bill for higher education. Every year federal and state governments spend tens of billions of taxpayer dollars on direct grants and payments to individual colleges and universities.

08/22/2011
Bureaucrazies 4: Pants on Fire at the EPA
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Bureaucrazies 4: Pants on Fire at the EPA

Adding insult to the injury it plans to deal on American energy security, the Environmental Protection Agency has been caught in a lie that confirms their agenda of unilaterally imposing regulations without the consent of the American people.

08/17/2011
The Bureaucrazies Part 3: the Dihydrogen Oxide Effect and the EPA's Onslaught on Affordable Power
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The Bureaucrazies Part 3: the Dihydrogen Oxide Effect and the EPA's Onslaught on Affordable Power

The Bureaucrazies Part 3: the Dihydrogen Oxide Effect and the EPA's Onslaught on Affordable Power  Dihydrogen oxide, also known as hydric acid, is a dangerous chemical that’s use goes widely unregulated in industry, homes, and population centers as a whole.  The substance can also be found outside of areas with human activity.  High concentrations can be found in the soil in a variety of environments including forests and farms.  Even greater concentrations are found in lakes, rivers, and oceans across the globe.  Extreme levels of hydric acid are also t

08/09/2011
Live From Hong Kong
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Live From Hong Kong

Live From Hong Kong: Breaking News from the South China Sea: The free market works! If one is looking for an example to support this fact, than one need not look further than where I am currently writing from, the southern coastline of ... China; on the tiny peninsula of Kowloon and the even smaller island of Hong Kong.

08/08/2011
Plenty of "Room" for Budget Cuts: Excess Government Property
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Plenty of "Room" for Budget Cuts: Excess Government Property

The debt ceiling has been reached and Washington is scrambling for answers, yet a deal in Congress and with the President on preventing a default is no where on the horizon.

05/19/2011
Drunk at the Wheel: Congress is Over the Limit
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Drunk at the Wheel: Congress is Over the Limit

  Congress is drunk at the wheel.  Today the United States has officially hit the debt ceiling of about $14.3 trillion dollars, triggering the Treasury Department to implement emergency budgetary measures to avoid a government default.  This is all a result of runaway, irresponsible, and flat out wasteful spending by Congress and the bureaucracies.  In the United States

05/16/2011
Cracks in the Ceiling: The Real Issue Behind the Debt Limit
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Cracks in the Ceiling: The Real Issue Behind the Debt Limit

The next major debate scheduled to rock Washington is the issue of the nation’s debt ceiling, or in other words the level of aggregate debt the government can legally accumulate as stipulated by Congress.  The current debt limit of $14.249 trillion is fast approaching; the federal government will run out of budgetary measures to avoid default this August.  The fast approaching deadline has many worried about whether or not the ceiling will be raised in order to sustain continued federal spending.  Is this concern correctly placed?  Should we be worried more about reachin

05/10/2011
Entitlement Spending Must Be Cut, warns Harvard Professor
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Entitlement Spending Must Be Cut, warns Harvard Professor

With the debt ceiling battle looming large on the horizon, many are discussing the budget situation. Despite the variety of proposals being floated by those on both sides of the isle, Harvard professor Jeff Miron, PhD makes one thing perfectly clear: entitlement spending must be reformed and cut. In this video, he illustrates the problem that entilement spending has created and how programs like Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid will continue to drive Federal spending out of control.

05/10/2011

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