NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 11-25-2009

National Center for Policy Analysis

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Daily Policy Digest

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

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Global Warming

THERE'S TIME TO GET CLIMATE POLICY RIGHT

By removing taxpayer subsidies for fuel use and eliminating regulatory barriers to nuclear power and biotechnology, we can decrease CO2 emissions right away, say H. Sterling Burnett, a senior fellow, and James Franko, a legislative assistant, both the with National Center for Policy Analysis...

WASHINGTON EXAMINER

Trade Issues

IS THE U.S. "THE MOST OPEN MARKET IN THE WORLD"? NOT EVEN CLOSE

Despite claims by U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk, the United States has slipped to the 28th most open market in the world, says author Daniel Griswold...

MADABOUTTRADE.WORDPRESS.COM/CATO INSTITUTE

Health Issues

TRULY A TURKEY

Much of the cost of Sen. Reid's health care bill has simply been shifted from the federal budget onto the backs of workers, businesses and state governments, says researcher Michael D. Tanner...

CATO INSTITUTE

Health Issues

THE SENATE HEALTH BILL: HIGHER TAXES FROM HARRY REID

In order to pay for a massive health care bill (H.R. 3590), Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has created a host of new taxes that will total $370.2 billion in the next ten years, say observers...

HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Taxes

TEN PRINCIPLES FOR TAX REFORM: PRINCIPLE NINE

Governments that repeatedly take the private sector by surprise with adverse tax policy decisions create expectations of more of the same and discourage long-term commitments, says Robert Carling, a Senior Fellow with the Center for Independent Study...

POLICY

Social Issues

PORTLAND, AMERICA'S ULTIMATE WHITE CITY

"Progressive" towns constantly listed as our best role models also lack racial diversity, says Aaron M. Renn, an urban affairs thinker and writer...

DALLAS MORNING NEWS

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