CEI Weekly: The Nation’s Worst Attorneys General
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July 23, 2010
>>The Nation’s Worst Attorneys General
Some of the nation’s state attorneys general have been very bad indeed, reports Senior Attorney Hans Bader. In the new study, “The Nation’s Worst Attorneys General,” Bader documents cases of AGs engaging in unethical behavior, usurping legislative powers, fabricating the law, and following predatory practices in regards to private (and out-of-state) businesses. He goes on to rank the worst of the worst, a list headed up by California’s Jerry Brown and Connecticut’s Richard Blumenthal.
Read the study here.
>>Shaping the Debate
[Video] Vincent Vernuccio on Non-Union Pickets
Vincent Vernuccio’s media appearance on Fox Business
U.S. Tech Firms’ China Presence Furthers Internet Freedom
Ryan Radia and Greg Conko’s op-ed in The Seattle Times
Obama’s New Financial Regulation Bill Strangles America’s Economy with Red Tape
John Berlau’s op-ed on Fox Forum
More Muscle for Big Merchants
John Berlau’s op-ed on The New York Times’ Room for Debate
Climategate Inquiry Glosses Over the Facts
Iain Murray’s op-ed in The Washington Examiner
Economists vs. Economics
Ryan Young’s op-ed in The American Spectator
‘Climategate’ Fallout may Impact Legislation
Myron Ebell’s citation in The San Francisco Chronicle
Lift Government Barriers to Encourage Competition and Innovation
Wayne Crews’ news release
>>Best of the Blogs
President Obama Signs Dodd-Frank Financial “Reform” Bill: 2315 Pages of Special-Interest Payoffs
By Hans Bader
Blowout Prevention Act – Will Rs Get Buyer’s Remorse?
By Marlo Lewis
Episode 102: Collective Insanity
Richard Morrison and Marc Scribner welcome guest co-host Alex Nowrasteh to episode 102. We take on the health care tax, obscenity and the First Amendment, the prognosis for the Gulf of Mexico, and the collective insanity coming out of Venezuela.
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