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CEI Weekly: I, Pencil Sneak Peek Next Week in Tampa

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CEI Weekly: I, Pencil Sneak Peek Next Week in Tampa

FEATURE: I, Pencil Sneak Peek Next Week in Tampa

During the Republican National Convention in Tampa next week, CEI will be showing a rough cut of I, Pencil, our soon-to-be-released film adaptation of Leonard Reed's timeless essay. The screening is part of the "Grand Old Picture Show" on Wednesday, August 29. Read more information about the event here.

 

SHAPING THE DEBATE

FDA Rules Won't Do Much Good

Greg Conko & Ryan Young's op-ed in USA Today

 

Yet Another Dodd-Frank Albatross

John Berlau's letter to the editor in The Wall Street Journal

 

Government of Unions, By Unions, For Unions

Matt Patterson's op-ed in The Washington Times

 

After Billions of Taxpayer Dollars, Green Transportation Is a Bust

Robert J. Bradley's op-ed in Forbes

 

Moral Hazard: Corrosively Dissolving Democracy From the Inside

Bill Frezza's column in Forbes

 

Capitalism's Record of Success Beats the Government Option

John Berlau's citation in Investor's Business Daily

 

CNN Ignores Conservative Experts When Slamming Romney Welfare Ad as 'False'

Hans Bader's citation in Newsbusters

 

Washington and Wall Street Are Broken; Here's Proof

CEI's citation in Townhall

 

CEI PODCAST

August 23, 2012: Bailouts as Corruption

Senior Fellow Matt Patterson argues that when government is big and powerful enough to dispense favors like bailouts, special interests will flock to Washington to get a piece of the pie. Corruption is the inevitable result, as the GM/Delphi/UAW bailout showed. The only effective way to limit corruption, Patterson argues, is to limit government.

 

BEST OF THE BLOGS

Clinton Vs. Clinton (And Obama) on Deregulation

By John Berlau

 

Heat Waves, Droughts, Floods--We Didn't Listen!

By Marlo Lewis

 

Regulation and the Green Bay Packers

By Ryan Young

 

Colorado Voters Ready to Tell State to Follow Constitution

By Trey Kovacs