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Antonin Scalia: An Unlikely Ally in the Fight Against Bad Sentencing Policy

The death of Justice Antonin Scalia sent shockwaves through the conservative movement, and everyone, regardless of their philosophic persuasion, is trying to figure out what the loss of this conservative icon means for the future of the Supreme Court and the Constitution. It is likely, however, that the answer will not come until November.

02/16/2016
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Recess Appointments: Is the Court in Danger?

With the sudden, unexpected passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, the entire political world is in an uproar over the future of the Supreme Court. Democrats, as is to be expected, want president Obama to push through a nominee before he leaves office in January, fearing that a Republican victory in the presidential election will cost them a chance to shift the balance of the Court to the left. Meanwhile, Republicans appear determined to block any nomination this year, hoping that a Republican president in 2017 will be able to fill Scalia’s seat with a similarly-minded Justice. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has already stated that he does not intend to hold a vote to confirm any Obama nominee.

02/16/2016
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Former Police Officer Explains Why Georgia Should Reform Its Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws

The effort to reform Georgia's terrible civil asset forfeiture laws received an unexpected boost Monday when Michael McNeely, 1st Vice Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party and a former police officer, presented a compelling case for changes recently introduced by state Rep. Scot Turner (R-Holly Springs). Turner's legislation, HB 832, would make a slight tweak to Georgia forfeiture law that would require judges to stay forfeiture proceedings until prosecutors obtain a criminal conviction.

02/15/2016
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Progressives' Budget to Nowhere

Barack Obama’s latest and last budget is nothing if not is a grandiose visionary document. No one — least of all Congress — paid much attention to it, because no one cares where this lamest of duck presidents wants the country to go fiscally. After $8 trillion of new debt added, he’s done enough trouble to our nation’s finances already.

02/14/2016
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Press Release

FreedomWorks to Obama: No Lame-Duck Supreme Court Nominee

Following President Obama’s announcement that he intends to nominate a candidate to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant after the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon commented:

02/13/2016
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FreedomWorks Foundation Mourns Loss of Justice Antonin Scalia

Following news of the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, FreedomWorks Foundation Executive Director Curt Levey commented:

02/13/2016
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The Libertarian Moment Is Not Over

In August 2014, The New York Times pointed to the rise of Rand Paul as a potential signal that the long-awaited “libertarian moment” had finally arrived. Now that the Kentucky senator has dropped out of the presidential race, we can expect the naysayers to come out of the woodwork, declaring triumphantly that such a moment—if it ever existed—is definitively over. To them, I say, “Not so fast.”

02/13/2016
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Nebraska is Making Crucial Moves for Asset Forfeiture Reform

Many states are awakening to infringements on liberty being committed through civil asset forfeiture, and Nebraska could become the latest to protect the rights of its citizens.

02/12/2016
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FreedomWorks Hails Permanent Internet Tax Ban

Following the Senate vote on H.R. 644, which includes the language of the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act, FreedomWorks Legislative Affairs Manager Josh Withrow commented:

02/11/2016
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A Progressive Wish List, An Unsustainable Budget

It’s quite telling that the cover of the federal budget for the 2017 fiscal year portrays snow-capped mountains, because the proposals read like a liberal wish list being sent to Santa’s workshop. Despite the absurd recommendations by President Obama, however, the enactment of such policies would have devastating consequences for years to come.

02/11/2016

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