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Green Politics Promotes Energy Poverty

Green Politics Promotes Energy Poverty

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Extreme measures pushed by radical politicians threaten America’s growing energy independence, its international stature and the needs of its most vulnerable citizens. As liberal lawmakers introduce green energy agendas costing lots of money and promising to fundamentally change America, Project ...
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Obama Clean Water “Power Grab” Repealed

Obama Clean Water “Power Grab” Repealed

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Fulfilling an executive order, and in response to multiple court rulings, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Assistant Secretary of the Army R.D. James announced the repeal of the Obama-era “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) definition in ...
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Baltimore Improving Thanks to Lower Regulation, Surging Free Market

Baltimore Improving Thanks to Lower Regulation, Surging Free Market

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During his first visit to Baltimore since his July tweets about crime and rat problems there, President Donald Trump encouraged conservative members of Congress on a legislative retreat to “fight for the future of cities like Baltimore that have been destroyed by ...
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NY Times Rewrites History for New Trump Attack

NY Times Rewrites History for New Trump Attack

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When former special counsel Robert Mueller failed to deliver on the accusations of 2016 election collusion with Russia and bring an end to the Trump presidency, the New York Times appeared to quickly move to Plan B. The paper’s “1619 Project,” ...
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We’re Hiring! Free Enterprise Project Seeks Program Coordinator

We’re Hiring! Free Enterprise Project Seeks Program Coordinator

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Imagine a job where you take on the likes of Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Disney’s Bob Iger and JPMorgan Chase’s Jamie Dimon – making sure these captains of industry and others are staying true to the free market principles that made ...
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Liberal Celebs “Do Not Believe in Free Expression”

Liberal Celebs “Do Not Believe in Free Expression”

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People in the 1940s and 50s who lost their ability to work in the entertainment industry because they were thought to be Soviet collaborators were called “blacklisted.” While many of the accused were far from innocent, the blacklisted of that ...
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Tucker: Al Gore’s House Remembered as Obama Buys Beachfront Estate

Tucker: Al Gore’s House Remembered as Obama Buys Beachfront Estate

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Much has been said about the apparent hypocrisy of former President Barack Obama buying a vacation home on Martha’s Vineyard that is estimated to be around 7,000 square feet in size and valued at around $15 million. After all, this is ...
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Price Controls a Poor Prescription for America’s Ills

Price Controls a Poor Prescription for America’s Ills

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In a new Townhall commentary, Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington explains how a Trump Administration proposal she suggests would impose “European-style price controls” on prescription drugs will force the President to retreat on his promise that “America will never be ...
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Fixing Government’s “Terrible Record” on Endangered Species

Fixing Government’s “Terrible Record” on Endangered Species

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An inconvenient truth of the Endangered Species Act is that it hasn’t worked very well. “It’s a terrible record,” said National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. in a recent interview, “even by the standards of a government program.” He ...
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Energy Producers Protect the Environment

Energy Producers Protect the Environment

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Reducing production-related emissions is a priority for the energy industry, and a concerted effort by the companies involved in oil and natural gas production is having successful results in cleaning up the environment. The Environmental Partnership – now numbering 65 energy ...
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The National Center for Public Policy Research, founded in 1982, is a non-partisan, free-market, independent conservative think-tank. Ninety-four percent of its support comes from individuals, less than four percent from foundations and less than two percent from corporations. It receives over 350,000 individual contributions a year from over 60,000 active recent contributors.