CEI Weekly: CEI Warns Against Hysterical Response to Japanese Crisis




Feature: Chris Horner explains why Americans shouldn't discount the benefits of nuclear energy, despite the Japanese disaster.

FEATURED VIDEO: CEI Warns Against Hysterical Response to Japanese Crisis


In the tragic aftermath of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, the American media outlets has focused almost exclusively on what's happening to Japanese nuclear power plants. On Fox Business this week, Chris Horner argued that while the Japanese crisis certainly demands immediate attention, the global community should be careful not to let their current fears about nuclear disaster dictate future energy policy. Watch the interview here.






The Politicized Light Bulb; The Problem With Mandates

Chris Horner's blog post on The New York Times' Room For Debate


We Must Have Real Accountability From Our Overseers

Hans Bader's letter to the editor in The Wall Street Journal


Three Lessons From Japan's Nuclear Crisis

Iain Murray's op-ed in The Washington Times


Class Action: Gainful Employment Proposal Penalizes At-Risk Student Populations and Hurts the Economy

Kara Cheseby's newly-released CEI study


The Truth About Obama and Nuclear Power

Chris Horner's op-ed in The Daily Caller


GOP Lawmakers Seek Labor Reform in Michigan

Vincent Vernuccio's op-ed in The Daily Caller


Voluntary Nutritional Labeling on Alcohol is the Best Recipe

Michelle Minton's op-ed on BigGovernment


Judge Orders More Money for New Jersey's Educational-Industrial Complex

Hans Bader's blog post on The Washington Examiner


Japanese Silver Lining? Not Likely

Ryan Young's citation in The Daily Caller







March 21, 2010: How Washington Ruined Your Washing Machine


CEI General Counsel Sam Kazman talks about how ever-stricter energy efficiency regulations are making washing machines more expensive and less effective than they used to be. Sam recently wrote about the issue for The Wall Street Journal; you can read his article here.