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FreedomWorks for America: “Elect a Conservative, Not Perdue” in the Georgia GOP Senate Primary

After pledging to oppose tax hikes, David Perdue flip flops to acknowledge the “reality” of revenue increases

05/15/2014
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EPA Gone Wild – Paid Employee that Watched Porn and Others That Didn’t Work

Another day and more scandals at the EPA.

05/14/2014
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Will Robots Take Our Jobs if Minimum Wage Increases?

Over the past few weeks, I have seen several libertarian Facebook pages post pictures like this one:

05/14/2014
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Where in the World is Thad Cochran Spending YOUR Tax Dollars?

Cochran visited 42 countries on the taxpayer’s dime to travel around the world

05/14/2014
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Justin Amash Primary Race Exposes Big Business Craving for Big Government

The Justin Amash Republican primary race busts the myth that big business leaders are conservatives aggressively pursuing an unfettered free-market. The reality is quite the opposite; too many of the largest corporations see big government as an ally in pursuit of revenue.

05/14/2014
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NE Grassroots Upset

Thank you to all the great activists on the ground that worked tirelessly to support Ben Sasse. Together, we made a huge difference and the people of Nebraska now have a true conservative to support in the general election. Take a look at what we were able to do:

05/14/2014
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FreedomWorks for America Celebrates Grassroots Upset in the NE Senate Primary

Grassroots-backed conservative Ben Sasse defeated opponents in a decisive primary victory

05/13/2014
"Keep the Digital Wild West Wild"
"Government regulations are stifling new and innovative business models."
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Keep the Digital Wild West Wild

UPDATE 6-5-2014: In their continuing efforts to ruin all that is good and decent in the world, the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles has sent cease and desist letters to two car service companies, Uber and Lyft, operated through mobile apps. While these services provide safe, efficient, and affordable options for people to get from point A to point B, the DMV apparently thinks it is more important to protect the oligopolies of cab companies, not to mention their own revenues, than to allow consumers to buy services they overwhelmingly enjoy.

05/13/2014
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Education Freedom: An Update

Over the last few weeks, several issues relating to education reform and freedom have made the news ... here is a recap of a few of these items!

05/12/2014
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A Strangeness Called Trust and Privacy

When Blanche DuBois stepped off that streetcar named Desire and stepped into her sister’s rough French Quarter neighborhood, it was an era far different from our own. The New Orleans portrayed in Tennessee Williams’s iconic play wasn’t idyllic or gentle, but it had the charm of post-war cheerfulness. America had slogged through the Great Depression, won the fight against Hitler, and was rewarded with decades of prosperity. Stanley Fischer may have been a violent lout to his wife and sister-in-law, but there was a certain innocence to the time after the Great War’s sequel and before Lyndon Johnson’s guns-and-butter debauchery. Civil society was still a strong presence in American life and disputes were handled neighbor-to-neighbor. The idea of ubiquitous government surveillance in peacetime was alien.

05/12/2014

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