Bonner R Cohen

Bonner R. Cohen is a senior fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, a position he has held since 2002.

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States Are Waking Up To The Dark Reality Behind Financial Elites’ ESG Push

States like Louisiana and Missouri have decided to abandon BlackRock as they begin to recognize the dark reality behind ESG, noting that there are undeniable realities when it comes to sustainability and...

Virus Research at Boston University Lab Raises Alarm

“I think the furor is a diversion from the two critical issues we can do something about: early treatment with safe repurposed drugs, and the dangers of the ‘vaccines.’”

Alabama Landowner Sues U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Over Property Restrictions for Non-Existent Snake

An property owner in Alabama is fighting the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over endangered species restrictions placed in his land for to protect a snake that doesn't exist there.

Euthanasia Now a Leading ‘Manner’ of Death in Canada

Since going into effect, the law has been amended to allow people who are not terminally ill to choose to be put to death.

Montana Man Sues U.S. Forest Service, Property Rights Case Winds Up Before the U.S. Supreme Court

In a case before the U.S. Supreme Court, a Montana man is suing the U.S. Forest Service for breaking an agreement it made with him on property he owns near the Bitterroot Mountains National Forest.

Expansion of Government Health Care Coverage Squeezes Private Insurers

Private insurance plans, which once occupied the commanding heights of health care coverage in the United States, are now being crowded out of the market, losing out to subsidized government programs that are scooping up growing numbers of enrollees.

Obamacare Premiums Set to Rise

“Obamacare premiums subsidies rise dollar for dollar with premiums. Insurers know that taxpayers, not their customers, will pay for the premium increases, Nearly one-third of people who are enrolled in Obamacare pay premiums of less than $10 a month. Taxpayers pick up the rest, an average of $524 a month,”

Going Green Requires Using Fossil Fuels, Says New Study

Contrary to the claims of proponents of the Green New Deal and Net Zero, fossil fuels are the greenest fuels, say a new study.

Traffic Deaths Rising: U.S. Transportation Department Has a Plan

"The Biden DOT’s flagship traffic safety program, Safe Streets and Roads for All, pointedly excludes from eligibility the roads where more than half of U.S. traffic fatalities occur and doubles down on high-cost, low-value treatments favored by many environmentalists and mass-transit activists,"

Medicare Prescription Drug Price Controls Come with Strings Attached

The IRA’s supporters point to the savings to seniors resulting from the new law’s Medicare provisions, but many of these won’t take effect for years and will come with trade-offs.

Bonner R Cohen

Bonner R. Cohen is a senior fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, a position he has held since 2002.

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