CEI Weekly: Obama Shouldn't Use Title IX to Impose Education Quotas

Friday, July 27, 2012



Feature: Hans Bader argues that the White House shouldn't impose gender ratios on education programs.

FEATURE: Obama Shouldn't Use Title IX to Impose Education Quotas


The White House has announced plans to use Title IX to change the gender ratio in science, math, and technology studies. CEI Senior Counsel Hans Bader appeared on Fox & Friends this week to explain why their plan is essentially a quota system---and why it's a bad idea. Watch his interview here.




Why Conservatives Must Heed Congressman Issa's Call

Fred Campbell's op-ed in The Atlantic


Season for Relief From Big Government

Ryan Young and Wayne Crews' op-ed in The Washinton Times


Cooperation Is What Markets Are For, Not Governments

David Bier's op-ed in The American Spectator


Let's Scrap The Fed's Open Market Committee

Luca Gattoni-Celli's op-ed in RealClearMarkets


The 10th Anniversary of Sarbanes-Oxley

John Berlau's testimony before a House Financial Services Subcommittee


Answers to Your Questions on Skilled Immigration

David Bier's citation in The New York Times Blogs


Carbon Taxomania: Bipartisan Stupidity on Steroids

Marlo Lewis' citation in Forbes


Conservative Groups Tell Boehner to Bury Farm Bill

CEI's citation in The Hill


Libertarians Make the Case: Net Neutrality Is Unconstitutional

CEI's citation in ArsTechnica












July 24, 2012: Unfunded Mandate Reform


Unfunded mandates are a way for Congress to increase government’s size and scope without increasing the deficit. Of course, this just means that state governments and the private sector are footing the bill instead. Research Associate David Deerson explains why past efforts to rein in unfunded mandates failed, and why new legislation that Congress is set to vote on this week could help.