CEI Today: Stop Gov't Abuse Week - regulation, Obamaloans, EPA emails

Tuesday, February 25, 2014
In the News Today



Openmarket.org: Create a Culture of Repealing Regulations

“When I can act on my own without Congress, I’m going to do so,” Obama promises. This spend-and-transfer fixation makes Americans poorer and dependent except for the lucky few running things.
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> Interview Wayne Crews

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National Review:  Postal Service Banking - The Left wants to allow the Postal Service to crowd out private-sector small lenders.

While Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) may proudly brand herself a populist, in her latest crusade she is casting her lot with the fat cats. Warren wants to bestow banking privileges upon the United States Postal Service (USPS), an organization with executives living high on the hog even as, by Warren’s own admission, its “financial footing” is in doubt. > Read more

> Interview John Berlau


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Daily Caller: Emails: Another top EPA official used private email account to aid environmentalists

Emails suggest that an Environmental Protection Agency regional administrator used a private AOL email account to correspond with environmentalists. Such email use is prohibited by agency rules and is seen as a way to skirt transparency requirements.

Emails show that EPA Region 2 Administrator Judith Enck gave advice to environmental activists, including securing government funding, getting meetings with high-level officials and attending events.
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> Interview Chris Horner


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March 6-8, 2014




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