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PODCAST: Hill Update, 2/7/2011
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PODCAST: Hill Update, 2/7/2011

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02/07/2011
Egypt's Economic Apartheid
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Egypt's Economic Apartheid

Protecting People and their Property Thus far in world history, personal freedom best prevails when governance systems provide predictable, universal and consistent rules of law, which protects personal freedom and the rewards of a person’s labor and intellect – their private property.

02/07/2011
Letter to House: Cosponsor H.R. 371 Health Care Choice Act
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Letter to House: Cosponsor H.R. 371 Health Care Choice Act

Dear Representative, FreedomWorks is a leading grassroots organization with over one million members fighting for lower taxes, less government and more freedom. I am writing today to urge you to cosponsor H.R. 371, the Health Care Choice Act. Introduced by Rep. Blackburn (R-TN), this bill would repeal title 1 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and amend the Public Health Service Act to permit consumers to purchase health insurance across state lines. These changes would allow consumers to purchase health insurance that best meets their needs in any state.

02/07/2011
Scorecard on Government Spending
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Scorecard on Government Spending

Recently, President Obama reiterated the necessity for increased government “investing” in our economy.  The way the President’s argument is shaped it seems like government has been standing out of the way, back in the shadows, just waiting to emerge amidst the calamity created by an unfettered deregulated private sector.  The only way we will be competitive in the successive years, of course, is if we spend more taxpayer money on liberal pet projects and “invest” in special interest groups slobbering to indulge in the government subsidy trough.

02/07/2011
The Regulatory Review We Need
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The Regulatory Review We Need

The White House's call to conduct a regulatory review which focuses only on obsolete and old regulations is hardly worth it; the immediate threat to American jobs are not just old and obsolete regulations which were implemented ten, twenty or thirty years ago, but the near-1000 new rules that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued during the past few months.  The Wall Street Journal  notes:

02/07/2011
A Promise Fulfilled: So far Anyway
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A Promise Fulfilled: So far Anyway

A Promise fulfilled: so far anywayThis Wednesday House republicans, in an effort led by Rep Fred Upton (R-MI) plan to unveil long awaited legislation which would ban the Environmental Protection Agency from Regulating corporations in concern to Green House Gases under the Clean Air Act.  Much to the anger of the bloated EPA and the Obama Administration, they expect to advance their Bill rapidly.Fred Upton himself in a recent OPED in the Detroit News evoked the free market spirit of Former President Reagan.  Upton stated: "I had the great privilege of working for

02/07/2011
Randy Barnett on the constitutionality of Obama's health care mandate
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Randy Barnett on the constitutionality of Obama's health care mandate

Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing that examined the constitutionality of the ObamaCare individual mandate.  The hearing came only days after a federal judge in Florida ruled that President Obama's landmark healthcare overhaul is unconstitutional.  The http://online.wsj.com/public/resour

02/04/2011
Time for a Time Out on Obamacare Implementation!
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Time for a Time Out on Obamacare Implementation!

On February 3, 2011, FreedomWorks and a coalition of conservative organizations sent a letter to the top leaders of the U.S. House and Senate, urging them to pass legislation stopping the Obama Administration from implementing Obamacare, pending review of the unpopular law’s constitutionality by the Supreme Court. 

02/04/2011
Paul Ryan: Country can't sustain these high levels of debt
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Paul Ryan: Country can't sustain these high levels of debt

The history of public debt is the very history of national power: how it has been won and how it has been lost. …  But never, outside periods of total war, has the debt of the world’s most powerful states grown so immense. Never has it so heavily threatened their political systems and standards of living. Public debt cannot keep growing without unleashing terrible catastrophes.  Jacques AttaliFrench Economist

02/04/2011
The Kids Aren't All Right: Join Pennsylvania's Fight for School Choice
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The Kids Aren't All Right: Join Pennsylvania's Fight for School Choice

The battle for school choice in Pennsylvania is still raging, but some of the heroes of the state's school choice movement have already emerged. They are already demonstrating how to win a debate with the power of ideas, if the audience is there to receive the message.In this week's Jewish Exponent, State Senator Anthony Williams Hardy of Philadelphia made the case for Senate Bill 1:

02/04/2011

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