When We Said “Free Coal,” We Didn’t Want to Subsidize It

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President Ronald Reagan famously said: “Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.” At a time when ...
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Scott Pruitt the Science Guy

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Over at the Environmental Protection Agency, the sun is shining. Under the terms of a new proposal, all regulatory actions will be required to be made in broad daylight. The era of what EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt called “secret science” ...
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What Business Does the President of the Far-Left Ford Foundation Have Serving as a Director of PepsiCo?

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Free Enterprise Project Questions Controversial Board Member at PepsiCo’s Annual Shareholder Meeting New Bern, N.C. / Washington, D.C. – At today’s annual meeting of PepsiCo investors, the National Center for Public Policy Research’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP) – the nation’s ...
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VF Corporation Bars Well-Known Investor Activist from Annual Shareholder Meeting

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Despite Proper Credentials, Free Enterprise Project Director Justin Danhof Forcibly Blocked from Investor Meeting National Center for Public Policy Research Calls for an Immediate U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Investigation Greensboro, NC/Washington, DC – At today’s annual meeting of VF ...
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Russian Influence May Taint Fracking Debate

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There’s new information indicating a possible link between American environmental groups opposed to fracking for natural gas and funding from Russia. A new report published by The Daily Signal suggests there are charities funneling money from the Putin government to ...
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Earth Day Organizers Ignore Free-Market Successes

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Today is Earth Day. Most observances will be used by organizers to promote a bigger government that puts more control of property and production into the hands of bureaucrats. In an interview with Bill Sayre’s “Common Sense Radio” on WDEV-Radio ...
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Investor Alert: AES, Kraft Heinz and Honeywell Investors Urged to Strike Down String of Liberal Proposals Designed to Co-Opt Corporate Decision-Making

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Free Enterprise Project Calls on Shareholders to Reject Anti-Capitalist Resolutions Being Promoted by As You Sow Network Washington, D.C. – The National Center for Public Policy Research’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP) – the nation’s leading proponent of free-market investor activism ...
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In Losing David Rothbard, the Liberty Movement Has Lost One of its Finest

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The conservative movement has lost one of its giants: David Rothbard, co-founder of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT). All of us at the National Center for Public Policy Research join David’s family and CFACT in mourning his loss ...
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Fixing Infrastructure Requires Regulatory Reform

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Critical to the success of any Trump Administration plan to improve the nation’s infrastructure will be reform of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) permitting process. As National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper pointed out in a recent Washington Times ...
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Cooper Exposes California-Style Hypocrisy

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Discussing his latest commentary on a recent edition of the Fox Business Network’s “Varney and Co.,” National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper called out the “blatant hypocrisy” of government officials in California who are suing energy companies for allegedly lying ...
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