Category: Environment and Enterprise Institute

Kevin Martin

Car-Crazy Congress Set to Break the American Auto Industry, by Kevin Martin

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Car-Crazy Congress Set to Break the American Auto Industry by Kevin Martin (bio) Barack Obama wants you to drive a car that gets over 40 miles per gallon, but it's a case of "do as I say and not what ...
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Deneen Borelli

House-Passed “Price Gouging” Bill No Relief to Consumers, by Deneen Borelli

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House-Passed "Price Gouging" Bill No Relief to Consumers by Deneen Borelli (bio) As the summer driving season begins, consumer complaints and media hype over high gasoline prices have compelled political opportunists in the U.S. House of Representatives to pass the ...
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Court Rules Your Property Really Isn't Your Property. by David Almasi

Court Rules Your Property Really Isn’t Your Property. by David Almasi

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When I heard the ruckus early Sunday morning, I didn't know I'd later discover that I was the "owner" of a new street sign. While my neighbors up the street have had cars run up on their lawn due to ...
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Anti-SUV Activists Versus the American Family, by Matthew Craig

Anti-SUV Activists Versus the American Family, by Matthew Craig

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  When you get behind the wheel of your SUV or minivan, do you automatically become a member of a hate group? According to the radicals now dominating the environmental movement, driving one of these vehicles proves you hate the ...
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Earth Day's Disparate Impact

Earth Day’s Disparate Impact

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A nice column Friday by Duane D. Freese, published by Tech Central Station, on the press conference Project 21 participated in on Earth Day. Here's how it starts: Does Earth Day need a disparate impact statement? The thought may make ...
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Center for Environmental Justice Unveils New Website

Center for Environmental Justice Unveils New Website

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The Center for Environmental Justice, a joint project of The National Center's John P. McGovern MD Center for Environmental and Regulatory Affairs and Project 21, has unveiled a new web design. We invite you to visit ...
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Senator Kerry, Please Respond

Senator Kerry, Please Respond

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At an Earth Day observance in 2003, Senator John Kerry (D-MA) pledged to make "environmental justice" a top priority of his administration should he be elected president in 2004... Because there are diverse views on environmental justice that in practice ...
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Elitist Environmentalists Say "No Thanks" to New Jobs, by Kevin Martin

Elitist Environmentalists Say “No Thanks” to New Jobs, by Kevin Martin

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Jobs are a hot political issue these days. While technical support and textiles jobs continue to be "outsourced" to foreign workers in countries like China and India, we must not forget that over 300,000 new jobs were created in America ...
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Elitist "Environmental Justice" Bad News for Minorities, by David Almasi

Elitist “Environmental Justice” Bad News for Minorities, by David Almasi

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Environmentalists like playing the race card, but they make a dreadful mistake. They don't play with a full deck. "Environmental justice" is a term green activists use to demonize businesses and complain that the government isn't doing enough to help ...
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Civil Rights Report Wrong on Environmental Justice Priorities, by David Almasi

Civil Rights Report Wrong on Environmental Justice Priorities, by David Almasi

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A New Visions Commentary paper published November 2003 by The National Center for Public Policy Research. Reprints permitted provided source is credited. Select Steel, Inc. couldn't build a steel mill in Genesee County, Michigan due to "environmental justice" concerns. Now ...
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