NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 1-7-2010

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Daily Policy Digest

Thursday, January 7, 2010

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Global Warming

COPENHAGEN'S DODGED BULLET

There could have been significant damage to many nations' economies if the global warming alarmists' full agenda had been adopted at Copenhagen, says Pete du Pont, a former governor of Delaware and current Chairman of the National Center for Policy Analysis...

ONLINE JOURNAL

Taxes

COLLEGE FOOTBALL VERY TAXING

Seven college bowl games received more than $21.6 million in government aid between 2001 and 2005, according to Mark Yost, author of "Varsity Green"...

CATO INSTITUTE

Taxes

THE BAILOUT BOWL

It is a poke in the eye to bailout-fatigued taxpayers that a government-owned corporate failure continues to blow money on a largely irrelevant football game, says financial analyst Tad DeHaven...

CATO INSTITUTE

Trade Issues

FREE TRADE LEAPS IN YEAR OF TIGER

While the Obama administration has put its energy into trade wars with China, free trade is marching on without the United States, say observers...

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Taxes

WHY TAXING STOCK TRADES IS A REALLY BAD IDEA

The exchange and hedging of business interests is a virtuous and utterly essential activity in a free economy, say Donald L. Luskin, chief investment officer at Trend Macrolytics LLC, and Chris Hynes, chief executive officer of Hynes Capital...

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Government Issues

PLAYING FAVORITES

Politicians should not be allowed to use economic development as an excuse to build their own careers as favor-grantors, say observers...

MACKINAC CENTER

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