CEI Today: Net neutrality in court, global free trade, and global warming "consensus"

Monday, September 9, 2013
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Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit will hear oral arguments in Verizon’s challenge of the Federal Communications Commission’s December 2010 Order on “Preserving the Free and Open Internet.”

You can get in trouble calling net neutrality “
infrastructure socialism,” but the philosophy is fundamentally hostile to property rights in infrastructure, and in turn, hostile to consumer welfare.  > Read Wayne Crews for Forbes.com today

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FREE TRADE - IAIN MURRAY & ALEX McHUGH

NRO: Truly Global Free Trade

As the U.S. and several Asian Pacific nations resume discussion this week over the the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), it is noticeable that in this and the other main trade deal in the offing — the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) — the word “free” has gone missing.  > Read more


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GLOBAL WARMING "CONSENSUS" - MARLO LEWIS

Globalwarming.org: Consensus Shmensus


So what is it that 97.1% of 33.6% of the science study abstracts actually agree on? The proposition that anthropogenic greenhouse gases are responsible for some unspecified portion of the warming of the past 50 years. And guess what? Just about every prominent skeptic...agrees with that as well. > Read more


> Interview Marlo Lewis

CEI AT CPAC! SEPT. 28

 

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September 5, 2013: A New Energy Drink Scare?

Fellow in Consumer Policy Studies Michelle Minton puts a scary new study about energy drinks and children into its proper, non-scary context. The risks that do exist are best dealt with through parental supervision, not legislation. > Listen to the podcast