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An Unserious Budget from an Unserious President

Following the release of President Obama’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2017, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon commented:

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FreedomWorks attends YAL Convention at UC Irvine

FreedomWorks was represented at the University of California in Irvine this past weekend at the California Young Americans for Liberty State Convention, in order to push our Generational Theft survey and youth outreach for our upcoming Generational Theft fly-in during the FreePAC: Morning in America Summit, in Cincinnati March 12.

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Capitol Hill Update, 8 February, 2016

Capitol Hill Update, 8 February, 2016

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Procedural Hurdle Threatens to Derail Internet Tax Freedom

This week, the Senate is poised to vote on a permanent extension of the Internet Tax Freedom Act. The Act, first enacted as a temporary measure in 1998, prohibits states and localities from taxing access to the internet, and has traditionally been extended a year at a time as part of budget negotiations.

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Josh Withrow Discusses Paul Ryan on One America's News Network

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Jeb Bush Is Wrong About Citizens United

Following comments by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush against the Supreme Court’s landmark 2010 ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, FreedomWorks National Director of Grassroots Noah Wall responded:

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Op-ed Placement

Which Republican Candidates Can Make the Flat Tax Work and Help the Economy?

BY Stephen Moore and Art Laffer

During last week's Republican debate in Charleston, Senator Marco Rubio attacked Senator Ted Cruz for being in favor of "a VAT tax." Cruz responded that his flat tax plan of 16 percent has the full endorsement of "Reagan economist Arthur Laffer." He was referring to a joint statement by the two of us entitled: "The Cruz/Paul Flat Tax is the Best Tax." (Senators Cruz and Paul have endorsed similar tax reforms.)

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The Fundamentals of Free Enterprise

"Ego is the fountainhead of progress." -- Ayn Rand

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The Disappearing Governors

The Iowa caucuses may have only muddied the waters in the presidential race, but they almost definitively decided one thing: the next president will not be a governor. That’s an amazing revelation because just one year ago all the smart money was betting that the next president would be a Republican governor.

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West Virginia Votes for Worker Freedom and a Strong Economy

Good news came out of the West Virginia legislature this past Thursday, as bills regarding Right-to-Work and repealing the prevailing wage were passed in the House and Senate, respectively. Both of these bills mean that workers will no longer be tethered to barriers to business caused by the state, and the West Virginia economy will be allowed grow free from government inefficiencies.

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