NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 2-3-2010

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Daily Policy Digest

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

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Environment Issues

OLD AND NEW ENVIRONMENTAL MYTHS

Nine of the 10 concerns that preoccupied Greens two decades ago have become irrelevant in a mere two decades, say observers...

OPPOSING VOICES/NATIONAL CENTER FOR POLICY ANALYSIS

Economic Issues

LARGEST-EVER FEDERAL PAYROLL TO HIT 2.15 MILLION

Under the Obama Administration, the number of government employees will grow to 2.15 million this year...

WASHINGTON TIMES

Taxes

OBAMA GIVETH AND OBAMA TAKETH AWAY

If the Obama Administration wants to restart the economic engine of small business, layering on new taxes is the wrong approach, says Josh Barro, a Senior Fellow with the Manhattan Institute...

REAL CLEAR MARKETS

Taxes

MAYOR DALEY HAS HIS EYE ON JOBS FROM HIGH-TAX OREGON

There is at least one prominent Democrat who realizes the folly of raising tax rates to balance state and city budgets, say observers...

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Energy Issues

WIND ENERGY JOB GROWTH ISN'T BLOWING ANYONE AWAY

Despite adding a record 10,000 megawatts last year, the wind energy industry created few jobs overall, say observers...

LOS ANGELES TIMES

International Issues

SOCIALISM KILLS: THE COST OF DELAYED ECONOMIC REFORM IN INDIA

India's socialist era, which claimed it would deliver growth with social justice, delivered neither, says researcher Swaminathan Aiyar...

CATO INSTITUTE

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