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Friday
Nov162012

CEI Weekly: Thanks to Everyone Who Shared I, Pencil

Friday, November 16, 2012

 

 

Feature: CEI's I, Pencil film was released yesterday.

FEATURE: Thanks to Everyone Who Shared I, Pencil

 

With the help of all our friends and supporters who emailed I, Pencil around yesterday, the film has already garnered great attention. St. Lawrence University Professor Steve Horwitz wrote on his blog, "I do not have words for how beautiful and inspriring this is. [...] I start every intro class on the first day with I, Pencil and from now on I show this."  To watch the film, share it, and explore our educational resources and curriculum, visit www.IPencilMovie.org.

 

SHAPING THE DEBATE

 

America Must Avoid Europe's Toxic Tax Remedy

Matt Melchiorre's op-ed in USA Today

 

Is Colorado's "New Energy Economy" Still Viable In Light of Recent Industry Setbacks? No

William Yeatman' op-ed in The Denver Post

 

Why You Should Care That Courts Overturn EPA's Carbon Pollution Standard

Marlo Lewis' column in Forbes

 

Free Speech for Big Pharma

Henry I. Miller & Greg Conko's article in Defining Ideas

 

Competitive Bidding Solves Water Problems One Trip at a Time

Jeff Edgens' op-ed in The Augusta Chronicle

 

Chrysler, Fiat Deal Backfires

John Berlau's citation in The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Think Tank to Sue Treasury to Make Carbon Tax Proposal Emails Public

Chris Horner's citation in The Washington Examiner

 

State's San Juan Plan Cost Analyzed

William Yeatman's citation in The Albuquerque Journal

 

Do Cap & Trade Systems Work?

Myron Ebell's citation in The San Francisco Chronicle

 

The Regulatory Cliff

Wayne Crews' citation in The National Review

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                     

 

 

CEI PODCAST

 

November 16, 2012: I, Pencil: The Movie

 

Nick Tucker, producer and director of the new CEI short film “I, Pencil,” discusses the importance of Leonard Read’s classic essay, how the project got started, and how ideas like spontaneous order and connectivity are genuinely inspiring.

 

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