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Extreme Makeover: San Joaquin River

How much should it cost to restore salmon to a river?  Try $22 million per salmon under legislation that is moving through Congress. 

April 30, 2008
The WasteWatcher

Europe Assaults U.S. Businesses

As the global economy slows, every effort should be made to encourage businesses to invest, innovate, and market their products around the world.  Unfortunately for taxpayers and investors, European regulators are abusing their power in a manner...

February 29, 2008
The WasteWatcher

Pork is Alive and Well

The new fiscal year dawned on October 1 without a federal budget and the Congress graciously granted itself another six weeks to complete its constitutional mandate to pass all 12 appropriations bills.  If it feels like déjà vu, that’s because it is.

September 30, 2007
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Proposed Merger Threatens Taxpayers and Launch Market

Ronald Reagan once said, “The ... inescapable truth is: government does not have all the answers.  In too many instances, government does not solve problems; it subsidizes them."

July 31, 2006
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Salvage the Good from the Healthcare Debacle

The healthcare reform juggernaut, arguably the most radical attempt to remake the economy and the nation’s healthcare infrastructure in history, was supposed to have flown through Congress before the August recess with nary a peep.  Instead, as...

July 31, 2006

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