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  • Poll: 33 Percent Of Americans Want To Impeach Obama July 25, 2014
    Despite dropping approval ratings, a poll released Friday by CNN/ORC indicates little political will for the impeachment of President Barack Obama. The issue was brought to the forefront most recently by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, also the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee. According to the results of the poll, while 45 percent of Americans [...
    Jonah Bennett
  • Study: Climate Models Overestimated Global Warming For The Last 55 Years July 25, 2014
    Climate models relied upon by scientists and governments may be greatly overstating the warming that has occurred since the late 1950s, argues a paper analyzing the discrepancies between modeled and observed temperatures.
    Michael Bastasch
  • Organization Strongly Disputes Charter School Study July 24, 2014
    A rival organization is sharply disputing a recent study from the University of Arkansas’s School Choice Demonstration Project purporting to show that charter schools are vastly more efficient at achieving higher test scores. The Arkansas study found that, on average, charter schools produce a 40 percent greater return in increased test scores for every $1,0
    Blake Neff
  • Corporate Tax Avoidance Is Like Renouncing Citizenship, Obama Says July 24, 2014
    According to President Barack Obama, companies that use cross-border mergers to avoid U.S. taxes are in effect revoking their citizenship, CNN reports. On Thursday, Obama is set to pressure Congress to close corporate tax loopholes, which allow for mergers to take place in familiar tax havens like the Cayman Islands. The process, called an ‘inversion,’ […]
    Jonah Bennett
  • Report: Rampant Tax Favoritism And Lack Of Transparency In State Governments July 24, 2014
    new report releasedby the American Legislative Exchange Council looks at widespread state government favoritism through the tax code, in which specific individuals and businesses are treated unequally and given tax carve-outs. Using government data on a state-by-state level, analysts at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) cataloged instances of
    Jonah Bennett
  • Inhofe: EPA Admits It Currently Can’t Fully Enforce Its CO2 Rule July 24, 2014
    Environmental Protection Agency chief Gina McCarthy told senators Thursday that her agency did not have the authority to fully enforce its rules limiting carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants. McCarthy was pressed by Oklahoma Republican Sen. James Inhofe on how the EPA planned on getting states to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plan
    Michael Bastasch