There’s no doubt that BP should be held responsible for the 2010 Gulf oil spill.
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The 2012 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) education rankings were released today and students in the United States did not fare well. Administered by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) every three years, the rankings provide a snapshot of how students in 65 countries measure up to one another.
“Projects are being sidelined, jobs are being lost, growth is being squandered, and freedoms seriously undermined by an out-of-control regulatory bureaucracy,” said U.S.
This holiday season, FreeEnterprise.com is wrapping up the year in red tape. The federal government—Anti Claus—imposes $1.8 trillion in regulatory costs each year, making businesses yearn for a lump of coal instead.
An avalanche of environmental regulations has made it increasingly difficult to build and develop in the United States. Rules to protect air quality and critical habitat areas; restrictions on energy production, mining, grazing, and forestry on federal lands; and an expansion of the Clean Water Act that will impose new permitting requirements and restrictions on virtually all U.S. lands and watersheds have conspired against development, growth, job creation, and prosperity.
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