Monday, November 23, 2009

NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 11-23-2009

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Monday, November 23, 2009

Global Warming

E-MAIL LEAK TURNS UP HEAT ON GLOBAL WARMING ADVOCATES

Was manipulation of data widespread among global warming researchers?...

LONDON DAILY TELEGRAPH/BOSTON HERALD

Global Warming

CLIMATOLOGISTS BAFFLED BY GLOBAL WARMING TIME-OUT

The Earth's average temperatures have stopped climbing since the beginning of the millennium, and it even looks as though global warming could come to a standstill this year, say climatologists...

NEWSBUSTERS/DER SPIEGEL

Health Issues

BENDING THE PRODUCTIVITY CURVE: WHY AMERICA LEADS THE WORLD IN MEDICAL INNOVATION

When the United States subsidizes medical innovation, the whole world benefits, say researchers Glen Whitman and Raymond Raad...

CATO INSTITUTE

Health Issues

HIGHER MEDICARE TAX LATEST PROPOSAL TO FUND HEALTH CARE TAKEOVER

Increasing Medicare taxes will slow economic growth, say observers...

HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Government Issues

PUBLICLY FINANCED ELECTIONS BOLSTER BIG GOVERNMENT

Public financing has empowered substantially more big government believers than principled proponents of limited government, says researcher Nick Dranias...

GOLDWATER INSTITUTE

Taxes

TEN PRINCIPLES FOR TAX REFORM: PRINCIPLE EIGHT

The tax system should forge a link between public spending and taxing, says Robert Carling, a Senior Fellow at the Center for Independent Studies...

POLICY

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