Journalists Agree It's Time for Democrats' 'First 100 Hours'

Journalists Agree Its Time for Democrats First 100 Hours
In the early hours of their congressional majority, Democrats have pledged to raise minimum wage and fix the U.S. health care system (more government involvement, of course). They can count the media among their staunch supporters.

Democrats: There Is Such a Thing as Too Much Regulation
CEIs John Berlau is on top of a big story the media have missed: Democrats attacking Sarbanes-Oxley for punishing businesses & workers.

G: NY Times forecasts fair weather for economy sailing ahead into 2007
B: AP laments generous $100k buyout for Ford workers
U: CNNs Velshi parrots liberal rhetoric on unfair $5.15 minimum wage


BMI Director Dan Gainor appeared on Foxs Your World with Neil Cavuto to talk about media bias on global warming.


What the real-wage pessimists are missing (TCSDaily)

Private compassion the best cure for Michigans pain (Mackinac Center)

The DC Effect on the stock market (Club for Growth)

Scott Hodge: New Congress should call truce on tax credits (Tax Foundation)

Is Chavez helping the Venezuelan poor? (Independent)

Illegal migration from Mexico to the United States
American Enterprise Institute
Washington, D.C., Jan. 8, 2007

Book Forum with P.J. ORourke: On the wealth of nations
Cato Institute
Washington, D.C., Jan. 9, 2007

Global Financial Warriors: The Untold Story of International Finance in the Post-9/11 World
Heritage Foundation
Washington, D.C., Jan. 9, 2007

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