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A Conservative Defense of Opening Relations with Cuba
Embracing Cuba and its people is not endorsing the Castros and their five-decade reign of death and repression. It’s just a good first step on a long road to a freer and prosperous Cuba.
Is Anti-Fracking Movement Paid For By Putin's Russia?
Russia has a huge financial interest in killing fracking, and there are many ways to scrub funds so as to appear to be coming from a benign or unassociated source.
Don't Subsidize Renewable Energy; Fossil Fuels Are The Way To Go
Past assumptions guiding energy policy may have made sense at one time, but it's time to rethink everything we thought we knew about energy.
Trying to Fix the Racial Gap in Police Departments is Not an Easy Task
The tragic deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner have highlighted the racial gap between some police departments and the communities they serve.
Obama And His Policies Have Been A Boon To Temporary Workers
Well, at least one industry is thriving under Obamacare: companies that provide temporary services.
Adelson's RAWA Failed to Make it to Lame Duck Session despite Republican Majority Win
Contrary to expectations held by the Adelson group, the Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling (CSIG) and even those who believed that crony capitalism will prevail, Congress decided not to include RAWA in the remaining days of the lame duck session.
Money Talks: How We Bribe Countries To Complain About Global Warming
All you need to know about the United Nations climate change confab wrapping up its two-week pity party in Lima, Peru, is that lots of countries would split $100 billion—or more—annually if they can only push enough guilt on the developed economies.
Terror Insurance Tiff Threat to Spending Bill - and the Super Bowl
Under the terms of TRIA, if a certified terrorist attack exceeds $100 million, the law kicks in, with private insurers repaying taxpayers on the first $27.5 million of damages, Tom Giovanetti, president of the Institute for Policy Innovation, wrote in Forbes.
Congress Must Prioritize TRIA Reauthorization During Lame Duck Session
In this post-9/11 era our economy faces increased risk from terrorism, TRIA reauthorization should be a priority for action before close of Congress.
A Post 9/11 Priority for Lame Duck Congress
An important issue that has been under the radar is reauthorization of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA), which backstops private insurance companies in case of catastrophic terrorist attack.
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