The Ripon Forum

Volume 45, No. 1

Winter 2011 Issue

In This Edition

By on October 21, 2014

by LOU ZICKAR

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Upton’s Call

By on October 21, 2014
Upton’s Call

by FRED UPTON

The Chairman of the Energy & Commerce Committee writes about a plan he is pushing intended to protect jobs and preserve the integrity of the Clean Air Act.

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Overreaching by the EPA

By on October 21, 2014
Overreaching by the EPA

by SHELLEY MOORE CAPITO

According to this West Virginia Congresswoman, the Environmental Protection Agency is not only exceeding its mandate, it’s also destroying jobs in her home state.

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Foreign Oilfield Unrest

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Foreign Oilfield Unrest

by TIM MURPHY

In the wake of further unrest in the Middle East, this Pennsylvania Congressman argues that the U.S. needs to move ahead with a plan that boosts fuel production here at home.

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A Chain Reaction Throughout the Middle East

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A Chain Reaction Throughout the Middle East

by KAY GRANGER

The Chairwoman of the Foreign Operations Appropriations Subcommittee assesses the Egyptian uprising and its impact on U.S. security.

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Lessons from ’95

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Lessons  from ’95

by BOB WALKER

One of the architects of the 1994 Republican revolution looks back on the budget battles of 16 years ago and what they mean today.

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The War on Federal Redundancy

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The War on  Federal Redundancy

by DEMIAN BRADY

As Congress sets out to cut federal spending, this fiscal expert argues that duplicative programs are a logical place to start.

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A Pro-America, Pro-Trade Agenda for 2011

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A Pro-America, Pro-Trade Agenda for 2011

by DAN GRISWOLD

This CATO Institute scholar and author argues that trade policy is an area ripe for bipartisan cooperation this year.

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Learning from the States

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Learning from the States

by MAURICE McTIGUE & DANIEL ROTHSCHILD

Two members of government efficiency commissions in Virginia and Louisiana offer eight steps toward better reform.

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Before Morning in America

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Before Morning in America

by CHESTER PACH

The author of a forthcoming book on Ronald Reagan looks at the events of 1983 and how they shaped the rest of Reagan’s presidency.

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