NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 11-30-2009

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Monday, November 30, 2009

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Economic Issues

THE NANNY FINANCIAL STATE

Stripping employees of basic financial advice betrays outright hostility to the concept of individuals managing their own retirement investments, say observers...

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Health Issues

THE SENATE HEALTH BILL: THE TRUE COSTS ARE UNKNOWN

There are four outrageous budget tricks contained in Harry Reid's massive new health care bill, say observers...

HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Taxes

KILLING THE DEATH TAX

Permanently ending the estate tax would lift a tremendous weight off the shoulders of America's family-owned businesses, create jobs for out-of-work Americans, and help the ailing economy, says researcher Curtis S. Dubay...

HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Privatization Issues

CAN THE POSTAL SERVICE BE SAVED?

The U.S. Postal Service owes the federal government $10.2 billion, according to Postal Service spokeswoman Yvonne Yoerger...

CBS NEWS

Crime

THE SWEDISH WAY

In 1999, Sweden criminalized the purchase of sexual services and within five years of the law's enactment, the number of trafficked persons had declined significantly...

WEEKLY STANDARD

Environment Issues

THE MYTH OF THE COMPACT CITY

Compact-development policies represent a huge intrusion on private property rights, personal freedom and mobility, says author Randal O'Toole...

CATO INSTITUTE

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