CEI Weekly: How Deregulation Can Curb Terrorism

>>Deregulation Can Curb Terrorism 

Tired of the long lines and excessive bureaucracy that characterize modern air travel? So are we. In a new American Spectator article, CEI Vice President Iain Murray identifies three reforms to the Transportation Security Administration that would reduce waiting lines, trim agency waste, and improve security. Until Congress scraps the TSA and restores the private sector’s proper role in providing competitive and effective transportation security, the TSA should allow airports to opt-out of federal security screening and adopt a sensible risk model that would reduce costs while improving safety.

Read Murray’s essay here.

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[Video] The Nanny Zone: Episode 1 

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Virginia Attorney General Demands Scientist's E-Mails

Chris Horner on NPR

Is GM's First Profit in Three Years for Real?

Iain Murray cited in MSN Money

Rescuing the Pension Plans: Just Don't Call It a 'Bailout'

CEI cited in SeekingAlpha.com

'Merchants of Doubt' Delves Into Contrarian Scientists 

CEI cited in the USA Today

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Episode 95: Tea Party in a China Shop

Richard Morrison and Jeremy Lott welcome special guest David Freddoso to episode 95. We take a look at Tea Party politics in the next Congress, climate secrecy at the University of Virginia, consumers getting SLAPPed in court and the Blago corruption trial proceeding in Chicago 

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