CEI Weekly: CEI Looks at Green Incentives


Feature: CEI's Chris Horner appears on Fox News' Cavuto Show to discuss solar panel reimbursements 

FEATURED VIDEO: Green Incentives, Broken Promises


Competitive Enterprise Institute Senior Fellow Chris Horner explains why the District of Columbia is reneging on its promise to reimburse residents who installed solar panels on their property. Horner is not surprised that these false incentives for green technology are no match for the black hole of government budgets. Watch the video here.




Your Privacy For Sale!

Ryan Radia's appearance on The Alyona Show


How About a Budget for Regulations?

Wayne Crews' article in Forbes


Greens, Reds and Cheeseheads

Chris Horner's op-ed in The Daily Caller


Government Yard Sale Could Help Bring Down National Debt

Marc Scribner's Citation in Yahoo News


What Would a Smoke-Free America Cost the Government?

Hans Bader's Citation in Yahoo News






March 3, 2011: Citizens United, Annie Leonard, and Free Speech


Did the Citizens United decision place corporations ahead of democracy? Activist Annie Leonard thinks so. CEI’s Communications Director Lee Doren disagrees. Leonard views a strong government as an opposing force to corporate power. Doren points out in a new video that the more government does, and the more it spends, the more companies will flock to Washington to get a piece of the action. If you want to keep money out of politics, then keep politics out of our money.