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CEI Weekly: Climate Change Alarmists Say Warming Will Start Wars


Featured Story: Climate Change Alarmists Say Warming Will Start Wars


A new study in Science claims that global warming will lead to global warsbut CEI's Myron Ebell and other experts say the study is bogus. On Sunday's Fox & Friends, Ebell called the study "junk social science" and debated Linda Marsa about the merits of such exaggerated, alarmist predictions. Watch the segment here.


CEI Podcast


August 15, 2013: Justice Department Blogs Airline Merger (Listen here)


Fellow in Land-use and Transportation Studies Marc Scribner thinks the charges are

overblown, and has ideas of his own for increasing competition.

Shaping the Debate


Wind's Future: Not As Bright As DOJ Report Suggests (Link)

Marlo Lewis' op-ed in National Journal


Feds Sue to Block Massive Airline Merger (Link)

Marc Scribner's interview on NPR's L.A. affiliate


Caveat Emptor Banking (Link)

Bill Frezza' column in Forbes


Government Moves to Block Airline Merger (Link)

Marc Scribner's citation in the Associated Press


NLRB, Now With All Members Confirmed By Senate, Begins First Week Reviewing Labor Cases (Link)

Hans Bader's citation in The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Another Twist in the EPA Email Debate ​(Link)

Sam Kazman' citation in The Hill


Jackson Allegedly Used Personal Email for Official Business (Link)

Chris Horner's citation in Politico


US Air, AMR Vow to Fight DOJ Lawsuit to Block Merger (Link)

Marc Scibner's citation in Investor's Business Daily


Obama's Friends Called Free-Trade Plan "NAFTA on Steroids" (Link)

Fran Smith's citation in The Wisconsin Reporter

Best of the Blogs


Florida's Unwrapped Gift to Taxpayers (Read on WorkplaceChoice)

By Trey Kovacs


Can Climate Models Explain the 15-Year Slowdown in Warming? (Read on GlobalWarming)

By Myron Ebell


President's Dog Airlifted at Enormous Expense to Taxpayers? (Read on OpenMarket)

By Hans Bader


CEI's Battered Business Bureau: The Week in Regulation (Read on OpenMarket)

By Ryan Young



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