5 February 2012 0 Comments

Regulatory Compliance Costs – Cost Benefit: Safety Job Creation and Higher Standard of Living

“The bottom line is that Obama continues to pay lip-service to job creation, but his actions betray his contempt even for the job creation policies recommended by his own jobs council.”  Obama Ignores His Own Hand Picked Job’s Council’s Recommendations Phil Kerpen Americans for Prosperity outlines the Cost of Complying with Federal Central Government Regulations. […]

28 January 2012 0 Comments

SOPA/PIPA What’s So Bad About Stopping Online Piracy and Protecting the Internet

Heritage Foundation has essay explaining the dangers of SOPA/PIPA Under the laws, websites like Facebook, with its hundreds of millions of users, or YouTube, where 48 hours of video are uploaded every minute, would now be accountable for all content posted on their sites. As a result, websites would be discouraged from engaging in speech […]

28 September 2011 0 Comments

Alinsky’s Class Warfare and America’s Poor – Haves v. Have Not

  Being poor isn’t what it used to be  Conn Carroll WashingtonExaminer15August2011 Robert Rector Heritage Full Report You can read the full report, here.  

28 September 2011 0 Comments

EPA Grants Part 2: More on EPA Grants to China

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Gave $1.29 Million to China  Thursday, June 02, 2011 Fred Lucas (CNSNews.com) – The Environmental Protection Agency has given at least $1,285,535 in grants to China to promote environmental research in the country. Two of those grants were awarded during the Bush administration; four were awarded during the Obama administration. The […]

27 September 2011 0 Comments

EPA Grants Part 1: Environmental Protection Agency’s Grants to China and to Greens

The Heritage Foundation’s FOUNDRY reports: May 26, 2011 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does things differently. While the People’s Republic of China holds over $1.1 trillion of our debt, EPA is busy giving grants to China (see here, here, here, here , here, and here). The Chinese grantees include their Ministry of Environmental Protection. Could the EPA be less responsible with […]

31 August 2011 0 Comments

Poor In America: Not What You Imagine

43,000,000 million Americans, one in seven, live in poverty. How poor are America’s poor? The typical poor family has at least two color TVs, a VCR, and a DVD player. One-third have a wide-screen, plasma, or LCD TV. And the typical poor family with children has a video-game system such as Xbox or PlayStation. Plugged-In […]

28 August 2011 0 Comments

Oil Subsidies: Not What I Thought

Neither Tim Carney nor Heritage are proponents of subsidies for oil or for ethanol. There are distinctions not made by the main stream media and its narrative. Most ‘oil subsidies’ are not really oil subsidies By: Timothy P. Carney 05/09/11 ” Former Sen. John Sununu has a good op-ed today in the Boston Globe about […]

1 August 2011 0 Comments

Ethanol: Taxpayers for Common Sense and Turkey Lobby – and Oil Subsidies

Big Oil Big Corn: An In-depth Look at the Volumetric Ethanol Excise Tax Credit (May 30, 2011) recounts the beginning of the Ethanol subsidy and mandates in the 1970s, at time of oil shortage in the US. Corn itself has been subsidized since the 1030s; the Ethanol subsidy was a great leap forward. Some very […]