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  • WebMemo posted May 26, 2010 by J.D. Foster, Ph.D., Jack Spencer Kerry–Lieberman Tax Subsidies: The Wrong Approach for Nuclear Power

    When it comes to tax policy, what once were vices now are habits. A quick glance at the tax provisions in the President’s budget reveals lists and lists of special tax deductions and credits. Legislation again moving in Congress to extend certain expired and expiring tax provisions includes yet another list of special tax provisions.[1] Inevitably, the number of special…

  • WebMemo posted June 8, 2010 by Nicolas Loris American Power Act: Oil Spill Does Not Justify Wrecking the Economy

    President Obama recently used the Gulf oil spill to stress the need for Congress to pass cap and trade, specifically the bill introduced by Senators John Kerry (D–MA) and Joe Lieberman (I–CT) after much delay. The 987-page American Power Act (APA) aims to reduce 2005 levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 80 percent by 2050, the same target that the House version…

  • WebMemo posted July 16, 2010 by Paul Rosenzweig, James Jay Carafano, Ph.D. Congress Starts Thinking Seriously About Cybersecurity—but More Thinking Needed

    Recently, Senators Joseph Lieberman (I–CT), Susan Collins (R–ME), and Thomas Carper (D–DE) introduced the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act of 2010. This tri-partisan group is the second to offer a cyber solution, the first being a bill introduced by Senators Jay Rockefeller (D–WV) and Olympia Snowe (R–ME), aptly named the Rockefeller–Snowe Cybersecurity Act.…

  • WebMemo posted July 20, 2010 by Wendell Cox, Ronald D. Utt, Ph.D. Cap-and-Trade Bill Would Make Housing Less Affordable

    In addition to the devastating economic effects of cap and trade, the Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act (S. 1733)—introduced by Senators John Kerry (D–MA) and Joseph Lieberman (I–CT)—would likely lead to the same conditions that caused the housing bubble of a few years ago. It would do this by providing financial incentives to the federally funded metropolitan…

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  • WebMemo posted July 20, 2010 by Wendell Cox, Ronald D. Utt, Ph.D. Cap-and-Trade Bill Would Make Housing Less Affordable

    In addition to the devastating economic effects of cap and trade, the Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act (S. 1733)—introduced by Senators John Kerry (D–MA) and Joseph Lieberman (I–CT)—would likely lead to the same conditions that caused the housing bubble of a few years ago. It would do this by providing financial incentives to the federally funded metropolitan…

  • WebMemo posted July 16, 2010 by Paul Rosenzweig, James Jay Carafano, Ph.D. Congress Starts Thinking Seriously About Cybersecurity—but More Thinking Needed

    Recently, Senators Joseph Lieberman (I–CT), Susan Collins (R–ME), and Thomas Carper (D–DE) introduced the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act of 2010. This tri-partisan group is the second to offer a cyber solution, the first being a bill introduced by Senators Jay Rockefeller (D–WV) and Olympia Snowe (R–ME), aptly named the Rockefeller–Snowe Cybersecurity Act.…

  • WebMemo posted June 8, 2010 by Nicolas Loris American Power Act: Oil Spill Does Not Justify Wrecking the Economy

    President Obama recently used the Gulf oil spill to stress the need for Congress to pass cap and trade, specifically the bill introduced by Senators John Kerry (D–MA) and Joe Lieberman (I–CT) after much delay. The 987-page American Power Act (APA) aims to reduce 2005 levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 80 percent by 2050, the same target that the House version…

  • WebMemo posted May 26, 2010 by J.D. Foster, Ph.D., Jack Spencer Kerry–Lieberman Tax Subsidies: The Wrong Approach for Nuclear Power

    When it comes to tax policy, what once were vices now are habits. A quick glance at the tax provisions in the President’s budget reveals lists and lists of special tax deductions and credits. Legislation again moving in Congress to extend certain expired and expiring tax provisions includes yet another list of special tax provisions.[1] Inevitably, the number of special…

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