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CEI Today: IRS power grab, BPA junk science, and John Podesta's new gig 

Monday, December 16, 2013
In the News Today

IRS POWER GRAB - HANS BADER

The Wall Street Journal: On "The Latest IRS Power Grab"


Mr. Smith rightly criticizes proposed IRS rules "limiting political speech" by nonprofit 501(c)(4) groups. Those rules restrict even truthful, nonpartisan criticism of IRS and bureaucratic wrongdoing by classifying it as "candidate-related political activity."

The IRS's proposed rules are an attack on the First Amendment that will make it easier for the government to get away with harassing political dissenters and whistleblowers in the future.
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BPA JUNK SCIENCE - ANGELA LOGOMASINI


Openmarket.org: BPA Junk Science Headaches


Could your affection for bottled water be responsible for your bout with migraines? Apparently so, if you believe the latest headlines about the chemical bisphenol A (BPA). But its wise to be wary of such silly claims.

First of all, it’s wrong to suggest that single serving bottled water commonly contains BPA, because that’s simply not true. > Read more

JOHN PODESTA - MYRON EBELL

Globalwarming.org: Obama Names John Podesta as Counselor, Will Focus on Energy and Climate


President Barack Obama on 10th December named John Podesta as counselor to the president.  Podesta has reportedly agreed to help the President in his time of troubles for a year.  The White House announced that Podesta would advise the President on a range of issues, but specifically mentioned climate and energy. > Read more

 

    

 

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