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Washington, DC- FreedomWorks delivered a coalition letter signed by 33 national groups and health care experts to Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Representative Tim Griffin (R-AR) in support of their efforts to eliminate Obamacare risk corridor payments – also known as the impending secret bailouts of insurance companies.
Stealth Bureaucrats Limit Drugs and Doctors to Seniors
Democracy and Power 105: The Politician Seeks PowerThe desire to rule is the mother of heresies. —St. John ChrysostomIn America, a politician intentionally selects to enter politics. They seek power in the name of public good, but predominately they seek power. When a person enters Congress or the Presidency, they seek and use the coercive power of government.
FreedomCast: 2014 Midterms - What's on Voter's Minds, and the Massive Growth of "Independents"
Federal statistics can be easily manipulated to suit the present needs of the bureaucrats who need a certain story to be told. Imagine announcing that you're on a diet and you gain five pounds in the first month. In an effort to save face, you simply ignore any weight you gained up to age twenty when telling other people where you're currently at. That's the federal way. When the numbers can't be manipulated through mere accounting trickery, they can just be inflated through sheer confusion.
Top 10 Bad Votes by Mitch McConnell 1. McConnell Voted to Let Harry Reid Fund ObamaCare(2013, RCV 206) Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky voted to end debate and allow Senate Democrats to re-insert funding for ObamaCare into the Continuing Resolution to fund the federal government. Although McConnell did vote against the final bill, he and all Republicans knew that voting for cloture to end debate would allow Senator Harry Reid to fund ObamaCare by a party-line vote, and thus a vote for cloture was a de facto vote to fund ObamaCare.
While our federal government readies itself for yet another year of stagnation, statehouses from coast to coast are considering plans that will dramatically impact the lives of their residents. Some of the most promising ideas will improve state educational systems by giving parents more choices and giving students more tools to succeed.
A Modest Proposal to Save Children from The War on Poverty
A Modest Proposal to Save Children from The War on PovertyThe War on Poverty is fifty years old. Observing the semi-centennial, liberals and conservatives are arguing if the hundreds of programs and the trillions of dollars have actually reduced poverty. Most of the statics and fallacies are merely continuing propaganda for incompetently formulated federal programs – conservative and liberal. What is certain and ingloriously ignored is the millions of children being neglected and destroyed by The War on Poverty.
FreedomWorks Polling Suggests Path for Uniting Republicans
“If his forces are united, separate them. If sovereign and subject are in accord, put division between them,” suggested Sun Tzu in the Art of War. Speaker John Boehner gets half of that concept right. He excels at creating division on his own side. He just has a hard time when it comes to dividing the other side.
Failed by Public Education, These Boys Are Now Thriving Due to New Learning Opportunities
The idea of one-size-fits-all education is being discredited at the same time Common Core endorses that very idea. Common Core seeks to put schools even further into a box, and that is one of the reasons that non-traditional forms of schooling are gaining in popularity.
We Shouldn't Allow Politicians To Divide Us: Think Again About What Freedom Means
In the waiting room of Memorial Sloan-Kettering’s radiation treatment center, I discovered that in the race of life, those running to stay on the track are among the most determined, hopeful and courageous. They’re also grateful, for it’s in the sanctuary of sympathetic and expert care where cancer patients experience calm and clarity after the storm of diagnosis and decision-making.