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CEI Weekly: Chris Horner Discusses "Richard Windsor" on CNBC 

January 4, 2013

 

 

Feature: CEI Senior Fellow Christopher Horner updates CNBC on the unfolding EPA email scandal.

FEATURE: Chris Horner Discusses "Richard Windsor" on CNBC

 

In the wake of EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson's resignation, many are asking questions about why she employed an alias "Richard Windsor" email account. CEI Senior Fellow Christopher Horner went on CNBC this week to explain how he first discovered the existence of the secret alias account and why he believes Jackson resigned last week. Watch the interview here

 

SHAPING THE DEBATE

 

 

Happy New Year? Fiscal Cliff, Meet the Costberg

Wayne Crews' column in Forbes

 

CEI's press release

 

Italy's Zombie Politicians Have Crossed the Atlantic

Matthew Melchiorre's op-ed in Forbes

 

Alleged Conflict of Interest on FDA Tobacco Panel

Jeff Edgens' op-ed in Health Care News

 

Transparency Advocates See Tough Year, Growing Windsorgate Scandal Ahead

Chris Horner's citation in The Washington Times

 

Time for a Yard Sale? Selling Excess Property Could Net Government Billions

Myron Ebell's citation in Fox News

 

Red Tape on the Rise

CEI's citation in The Washington Times

 

FTC Puts Lid on Google Search Teapot Tempest

Ryan Radia's citation in E-Commerce Times

 

Business 2012: Year in Review

Ryan Young's citation in OneNewsNow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                     

 

CEI PODCAST

 

January 3, 2013: Fiscal Cliff Meets the Costberg

 

Congress made an unsatisfying compromise deal this week to avoid falling off the fiscal cliff. But Vice President for policy Wayne Crews thinks this is just the tip of the costberg, and Congress should tackle a more fundamental issue: the $1.8 trillion regulatory state.

 

BEST OF THE BLOGS

 

Settlement: FTC Ends Google Antitrust Investigation

By Wayne Crews

 

Europe 2013: A Primer

By Matthew Melchiorre

 

New Year, New Laws

By Ryan Young

 

Chicago Voters Reelect Legally Insane Judge

By Hans Bader

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