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“Energy Liberty Forum” hosted by E&EI (October 20, 2014)

17th October 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, Future Events

“Energy Liberty Forum” hosted by E&EI (October 20, 2014)

E&EI will host the “Energy Liberty Forum” to discuss an array of energy liberty issues that the state of Wisconsin is facing on Monday, October 20 (7:00-9:00 pm, CDT) in Pewaukee, Wisc. The event is free and open to the public.

“Energy Liberty Forum” hosted by E&EI (October 20, 2014)



Watch: “What Would Milton Friedman Do About Climate Change?” (October 8, 2014)

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6th October 2014 | Categories: Events, Featured Articles, Videos

Watch: “What Would Milton Friedman Do About Climate Change?” (October 8, 2014)

Bob Inglis will be participating on a panel at the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics: “What would Milton Friedman do about climate change?” The panel will be live streamed on Wednesday, October 8 (12:00-1:30 pm CST). Click to watch!

Watch: “What Would Milton Friedman Do About Climate Change?” (October 8, 2014)



Conservatives Cultivate Taste For a Green Tea Party

25th September 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News

Conservatives Cultivate Taste For a Green Tea Party

Tucker Eskew is no stranger to thankless tasks. Eskew was the Republican operative who, in 2008, had the honor of tutoring Sarah Palin on being a vice-presidential candidate. Now, he’s ready to take the heat from fellow Republicans for tackling climate change and championing green energy. Eskew and a crew of fellow conservative green activists brought their mission to Austin yesterday.

Conservatives Cultivate Taste For a Green Tea Party



Q&A w/ Bob Inglis: The Conservative Case for a Carbon Tax (National Geographic)

23rd September 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News

Q&A w/ Bob Inglis: The Conservative Case for a Carbon Tax (National Geographic)

Ahead of the UN climate summit, Republican Bob Inglis says the idea would lower other taxes. Inglis, who runs the Energy and Enterprise Initiative at George Mason University, spoke with National Geographic’s Hillary Rosner to talk about a conservative, free-enterprise “tax swap.”

Q&A w/ Bob Inglis: The Conservative Case for a Carbon Tax (National Geographic)



Video: Inglis talks with Wisconsin’s free-market voice The MacIver Institute

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11th July 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Videos

Video: Inglis talks with Wisconsin’s free-market voice The MacIver Institute

E&EI executive director Bob Inglis recently sat down with The MacIver Institute and talked about a free-enterprise solution to energy and climate. He also talked about the President’s proposed EPA regulations and how harmful they are to our economy.

Video: Inglis talks with Wisconsin’s free-market voice The MacIver Institute



Q&A: The free enterprise case for climate action (Midwest Energy News)

28th June 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News

Q&A: The free enterprise case for climate action (Midwest Energy News)

During a recent visit to Chicago, Bob Inglis talked with Midwest Energy News reporter Kari Lydersen to talk about the free enterprise solutions, climate change, the President’s announced harmful EPA regulations and the conservative case for action.

Q&A: The free enterprise case for climate action (Midwest Energy News)



Have you checked out E&EI’s new blog?

12th June 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, News

Have you checked out E&EI’s new blog?

Have you checked out E&EI’s new blog? If not, visit the blog at: action.energyandenterprise.com/blog

Have you checked out E&EI’s new blog?



Croswhite op-ed: America needs conservative ideas on climate change (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

3rd June 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Opinion

Croswhite op-ed: America needs conservative ideas on climate change (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

This isn’t the first time it has happened. As conservatives, our failure to adequately put forth a solution to a modern-day challenge has resulted in a disastrous policy. This time, it’s climate change, and the outcome will stifle economic growth.

Croswhite op-ed: America needs conservative ideas on climate change (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)



Inglis: Americans deserve a better way than EPA

2nd June 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases

Inglis: Americans deserve a better way than EPA

Energy and Enterprise Initiative Executive Director Bob Inglis expressed urgency to repeal and replace President Obama’s executive regulation of coal-fired power plants.

Inglis: Americans deserve a better way than EPA



Inglis on Bloomberg’s “In The Loop with Betty Liu”

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2nd June 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News, Videos

Inglis on Bloomberg’s “In The Loop with Betty Liu”

Michael Fertik, Chief Executive Officer and founder at Reputation.com, and Bob Inglis, executive director at Energy and Enterprise Initiative, discuss the political divide over climate change in the U.S. and the search for a balanced solution between energy reform and taxes and fees on businesses. They spoke on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”

Inglis on Bloomberg’s “In The Loop with Betty Liu”



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