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Letters From DC

In his Letter From Washington, Eli Lehrer discusses the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.

In his letter from Washington, Eli Lehrer discusses reforms to flood insurance programs, crop insurance and the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial being built in Washington DC.

Eli Lehrer means no offense to Barry Manilow or his fans in this week’s Letter From Washington.

The debt downgrade is justified, is a disaster and is on the Republican Party, says Eli Lehrer.

Eli Lehrer on the Green Scissors report and why small-government conservatives should support it; why CPAC is wrong to exclude sexual minorities; and the making of a giant coin.

Eli Lehrer thinks Obama nominee Rebecca Wodder – the former head of American Rivers – has a lot to offer small-government conservatives. He thinks that Texas Governor Rick Perry’s record should give pause to small-government conservatives. And he thinks that the current lineup of wannabe Presidents skews odd. Very odd.

Letter From DC: No To The Beverly Hills Bailout

by Eli Lehrer on July 19, 2011

Eli Lehrer on the Beverly Hills Bailout, the Bulb Act (and why it’s kind of silly), and a deal on the debt ceiling.

Eli Lehrer on the best and worst flood insurance amendments coming to the House floor today. Also, earthquake insurance reform, and how everyplace seems more and more the same.

Eli Lehrer visits Vermont and likes its insurance climate. He also shares his thoughts on the Green Scissors Campaign, and argues that his new car – a Lincoln MKZ – isn’t just for old men.

Eli Lehrer on the COASTAL Act and its implications for Write Your Own policies. Lehrer also weighs in on Katy Perry’s health care policy ideas, and TWIA reform.

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