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Tankosphere Today: Sept 12, 2008

Posted By Todd Thurman On September 12, 2008 @ 4:05 pm In Ongoing Priorities | Comments Disabled

Check out the Nevada Research Policy Institute’s new transparency website, www.transparentnevada.com. Launched earlier this week, the site enables users to search through county and state financial data such as purchasing contracts, lobbying expenses, budgets, and government employee salaries…

The CBS Evening News ran a story earlier this week that profiled the tax bills of three hypothetical Ohio families, and how they would fair under Pres. McCain vs. Pres. Obama. Before I get into the part where CBS News doesn’t really explain the issue well, I did find this ironic…

The author of Wind Fuels Gas missed a golden opportunity for a feature spot in the Atomic Insights Smoking Gun series. He produced an exceptional opinion piece linking the political popularity…

Bernie Marcus, the founder of Home Depot, has emerged as one of the most outspoken and clear opponents of the Employee Free Choice Act, the bill that would end secret-ballot election in the workplace…


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URLs in this post:

[1] Nevada Research Policy Institute Launches Transparency Site – Government Bytes: http://blog.ntu.org/main/post.php?post_id=3738

[2] CBS News Report on Taxes Doesn’t Explain Tax Bills Very Well – The Tax Foundation: http://www.taxfoundation.org/blog/show/23605.html

[3] Editorial from the European edition of the WSJ – Wind Fuels Gas – Atomic Insights Blog: http://atomicinsights.blogspot.com/2008/09/editorial-from-european-edition-of-wsj.html

[4] Card Check: Bernie Marcus and the Mexican Supreme Court – Shopfloor: http://www.shopfloor.org/2008/09/12/card-check-bernie-marcus-and-the-mexican-supreme-court/

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