NetRight Daily: Cap and Trade, Rep. Burgess and more

Fellow Bloggers,

ALG News will be conducting an exclusive face to face interview with Congressman Michael C. Burgess, M.D. from the 26th Congressional District of Texas on Tuesday, March 10th at five o'clock p.m. Watch the action unfold on NetRight Nation where the interview will be streaming live. The interview will be shot in a high definition, two camera, broadcast quality format and posted in its entirety on Get Liberty, Tuesday evening. For the last 10 minutes of the interview, Congressman Burgess will take questions from a select list of bloggers.To submit a question, please click here.The interview will be hosted by Alan Nathan, host of Battle Line with Alan Nathan, syndicated nationally on the Radio America Network. Topics include healthcare reform, stimulus spending, censorship of radio and the global market meltdown.

 

Here are today's top stories on NetRight Nation and other relevant information:

 

Who Pays for Cap and Trade?: Cap and trade is the tax that dare not speak its name, and Democrats are hoping in particular that no one notices who would pay for their climate ambitions. With President Obama depending on vast new carbon revenues in his budget and Congress promising a bill by May, perhaps Americans would like to know the deeply unequal ways that climate costs would be distributed across regions and income groups.

 

Interview Tomorrow with Congressman Burgess: Americans For Limited Government and NetRight Nation will be conducting an exclusive face to face interview with Congressman Michael C. Burgess, M.D. from the 26th Congressional District of Texas on Tuesday, March 10th at five o'clock p.m.

 

Cowering on Bailouts!: These 7 House Republicans supported Bailouts.

 

Shrinking the Private Sector: “Maggie” Thatcher was correct when she astutely observed that redistribution of wealth is ultimately doomed to failure. The problem, of course, is that government can only redistribute so much wealth until there is none left to redistribute. Then, it is simply, in the words of Churchill, socialism “redistributing scarcity.”

 

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