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CEI Today: Ex-Im Bank fallac, regulations on small business, National Employee Freedom Week 

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
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EX-IM BANK - RYAN YOUNG


The Ex-Im Bank’s Unilateral Disarmament Fallacy

One of the weakest arguments against free trade is the "unilateral disarmament" fallacy--that a country should refuse to liberalize its trade policies until other countries liberalize theirs. If your opponent uses it, you almost automatically win the debate. The Export-Import Bank's defenders must be getting desperate, because they are now having to resort to the unilateral disarmament fallacy. > Read more

> Interview Ryan Young

 

Red Tapeworm 2014: Tell Us -- Which Regulations Hurt Your Business as You Grow? 

We need many more bottom-up assessments for the entrepreneurial community to send a collective outburst to Washington D.C. about addressing the federal regulatory burden.

 


NATIONAL EMPLOYEE FREEDOM WEEK -  TREY KOVACS

Workplacechoice.org: Celebrate National Employee Freedom Week

 

National Employee Freedom Week, which started August 10 and runs until August 16, is a countrywide effort by 70 groups in 41 states that’s goal is to educate workers of their rights they have to opt out of union membership. This worker education is necessary because many workers are unaware of this freedom and unions do as little as possible to inform workers of their right to end their union membership. > Read more

> Interview Trey Kovacs

 

Apply for CEI's Journalism Fellowship!
 

CEI's Warren T. Brookes Journalism Fellowship is a one-year fellowship that aims to provide journalists the opportunity to improve their knowledge of free markets principles and limited government through interaction with CEI policy experts. > cei.org/warrenbrookes

 

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