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Why we Need to Fight the Teachers Unions, from New York to Pennsylvania

   It is a truth universally acknowledged that parents and teachers want children to receive the best education they can possibly have, yet this universally acknowledged truth is sadly incorrect. There are certainly some teachers who wish to impart knowledge to their students and prepare them for a successful and fulfilling life; Teachers unions, however, are preventing this fundamental goal. American public schools continue to produce students who continue to fall further behind their peers in other industrialized countries.

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Why we Need to Fight the Teachers Unions, from New York to Pennsylvania

   It is a truth universally acknowledged that parents and teachers want children to receive the best education they can possibly have, yet this universally acknowledged truth is sadly incorrect. There are certainly some teachers who wish to impart knowledge to their students and prepare them for a successful and fulfilling life; Teachers unions, however, are preventing this fundamental goal. American public schools continue to produce students who continue to fall further behind their peers in other industrialized countries.

05/25/2011
Get Out of Obamacare Free!!!

          Claude Frédéric Bastiat was a nineteenth century French political and economic philosopher who warned the people in his writings about the dangers of the abuse of law and the nature of government.  Bastiat states that the law should be established only to protect a citizen’s life, liberty, and property.  Furthermore he w

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Get Out of Obamacare Free!!!

          Claude Frédéric Bastiat was a nineteenth century French political and economic philosopher who warned the people in his writings about the dangers of the abuse of law and the nature of government.  Bastiat states that the law should be established only to protect a citizen’s life, liberty, and property.  Furthermore he w

05/24/2011
Captain Ireland

          On Monday May 16th, the Federal government reached the debt limit, and now the Congress is struggling to reach a decision on whether to raise the debt ceiling or to start making substantial cuts.  This means cutting spending across the board, leaving no stone unturned in the quest of reducing spending, especially when these cuts have been granted by the Whitehouse.  In March, President Obama signed into law a resolution that included a $17 million cut from the International

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Captain Ireland

          On Monday May 16th, the Federal government reached the debt limit, and now the Congress is struggling to reach a decision on whether to raise the debt ceiling or to start making substantial cuts.  This means cutting spending across the board, leaving no stone unturned in the quest of reducing spending, especially when these cuts have been granted by the Whitehouse.  In March, President Obama signed into law a resolution that included a $17 million cut from the International

05/24/2011
PODCAST: HIll Update from Max Pappas, 5/23/11

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PODCAST: HIll Update from Max Pappas, 5/23/11

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05/23/2011
Leviathan vs. Bunny

          Thomas Hobbes, a seventeenth century political philosopher, advocated in his famous work Leviathan that the fundamental role of government is to protect its citizens.  A fine goal to be certain but where does one draw the line for what is acceptable protection and what is unnecessary?  It has become more and more evident that the current systems in place unnecessarily restrict our liberties more than offer us any real protection.  The United States Department of Agriculture is just one example of one of those unnecessary

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Leviathan vs. Bunny

          Thomas Hobbes, a seventeenth century political philosopher, advocated in his famous work Leviathan that the fundamental role of government is to protect its citizens.  A fine goal to be certain but where does one draw the line for what is acceptable protection and what is unnecessary?  It has become more and more evident that the current systems in place unnecessarily restrict our liberties more than offer us any real protection.  The United States Department of Agriculture is just one example of one of those unnecessary

05/23/2011
Federal Spending Expands Governance by Bureaucracy

Personal Freedom and Power 108:  Freedom in Decline

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Federal Spending Expands Governance by Bureaucracy

Personal Freedom and Power 108:  Freedom in Decline

05/21/2011
Time to End IMF

The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Dominique Strauss-Kahn was arrested in the first-class cabin of an Air France jet bound for Paris on Saturday. The French socialist who is nicknamed the “le grand séducteur” or Great Seducer was charged with attempted rape, unlawful imprisonment and a criminal sex act. A New York grand jury formally indicted him yesterday on seven counts related to the alleged sexual assault of a maid in a fancy $3,000-a-night Midtown Manhattan hotel over the weekend.

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Time to End IMF

The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Dominique Strauss-Kahn was arrested in the first-class cabin of an Air France jet bound for Paris on Saturday. The French socialist who is nicknamed the “le grand séducteur” or Great Seducer was charged with attempted rape, unlawful imprisonment and a criminal sex act. A New York grand jury formally indicted him yesterday on seven counts related to the alleged sexual assault of a maid in a fancy $3,000-a-night Midtown Manhattan hotel over the weekend.

05/20/2011
FreedomConnector Passes 100,000 Active Members

Washington, DC- FreedomWorks is proud to announce that its new social networking platform, FreedomConnector, passed over 100,000 active members last night. FreedomConnector is a revolutionary social networking platform intended to unite grassroots activists nationwide who share the values of limited government, fiscal responsibility, and individual liberty. 

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FreedomConnector Passes 100,000 Active Members

Washington, DC- FreedomWorks is proud to announce that its new social networking platform, FreedomConnector, passed over 100,000 active members last night. FreedomConnector is a revolutionary social networking platform intended to unite grassroots activists nationwide who share the values of limited government, fiscal responsibility, and individual liberty. 

05/20/2011
To Frack or Not to Frack?

  America is feeling the pinch on our energy supply; from expensive water bills to cringe-worthy prices at the gas pump. That pinch may well be turned into a crushing squeeze, due to the Obama administration’s increased restrictions on oil importation, its moratorium on deep-water offshore drilling, and a host of strict regulations on energy companies.

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To Frack or Not to Frack?

  America is feeling the pinch on our energy supply; from expensive water bills to cringe-worthy prices at the gas pump. That pinch may well be turned into a crushing squeeze, due to the Obama administration’s increased restrictions on oil importation, its moratorium on deep-water offshore drilling, and a host of strict regulations on energy companies.

05/19/2011
Plenty of "Room" for Budget Cuts: Excess Government Property

The debt ceiling has been reached and Washington is scrambling for answers, yet a deal in Congress and with the President on preventing a default is no where on the horizon.

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Plenty of "Room" for Budget Cuts: Excess Government Property

The debt ceiling has been reached and Washington is scrambling for answers, yet a deal in Congress and with the President on preventing a default is no where on the horizon.

05/19/2011

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