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12 03, 2020

Grimes: Are California Roads Still a Mess Even When Cities and Counties are Receiving Millions From Gas Tax?

2020-03-17T14:00:39-04:00March 12th, 2020|California, Governments, Grimes, Media Coverage, Socialism|

by Katy Grimes As Appearing in the California Globe I find it fascinating how quiet they are about the amount of money they are raking in’ California has the highest gas taxes in the country, and some of the worst roads and highways. Californians were promised that if voters refused to repeal Senate Bill 1, [...]

12 12, 2019

Walcher: The Colorado Welcome Mat

2019-12-23T11:04:05-05:00December 12th, 2019|Conflict of Interest, Governments, Media Coverage, Walcher|

by E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher As appearing in The Daily Sentinel Washington insiders’ opposition to moving the BLM to Grand Junction reached a new low last week. House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), fired another shot at the Interior Department, still trying to stop the move before it starts. The [...]

24 05, 2019

Walcher: How much are we paying?

2019-05-30T14:41:40-04:00May 24th, 2019|Governments, Media Coverage, Taxation, Walcher|

by E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher As appearing in The Daily Sentinel There is an old Reader's Digest anecdote about a wealthy but absent-minded tycoon asking his top manager, "How long have you worked here?" To which the man says 30 years. He then asks, "How much am I paying you?" The manager [...]

4 01, 2019

Walcher: Governing without Congress

2019-01-19T09:42:31-05:00January 4th, 2019|Conflict of Interest, Governments, Legislative Branch, Media Coverage, Walcher|

by Greg Walcher, E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow As Appearing in the Daily Sentinel If America's founders had been forced to choose between having no Congress, or no president, they would quickly have chosen the latter. They knew all too well the abuses of an all-powerful monarch. But they also knew complex governments cannot be [...]

26 10, 2018

Walcher: Without just compensation

2018-10-30T16:20:17-04:00October 26th, 2018|Governments, Media Coverage, Property Rights, Walcher|

by Greg Walcher, Senior Policy Fellow As Appearing in the Daily Sentinel When the Supreme Court ruled gun bans in Washington, D.C., and Chicago unconstitutional, some activists advocated simply buying up all the ammo. Guns would be worthless, they reasoned, if no bullets were available. That would be like giving toys to children, but withholding [...]

2 07, 2015

Private equity firm takes control

2016-12-11T17:07:39-05:00July 2nd, 2015|Financial, Governments, International|

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2 07, 2015

Intellectual property disputes

2016-12-11T17:07:39-05:00July 2nd, 2015|Acquisitions, Financial, Governments|

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2 07, 2015

Entertainment industry acquisitions

2016-12-11T17:07:39-05:00July 2nd, 2015|Acquisitions, Financial, Governments, Taxes|

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