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Hundreds of thousands march on Washington on September 12 to tell Congress we've had enough taxes and spending. That's a message legislators in Raleigh need to hear at well.Please join us November 14 for a March on Raleigh!When: November 14, 11 a.m.Where: Halifax Mall, Raleigh (the large grassy area between Legislative Building and Legislative Office Building) Why: To tell state lawmakers that we support lower taxes and limited government.
FreedomWorks has joined the Pennsylvania Tea Party Coalition, Smart Girl Politics and other great organizations for a November 14th March on Harrisburg to take our message of fiscal responsibility and lower taxes directly to state lawmakers. Please join us for a big march and rally on the capitol steps in Harrisburg!Who: Pennsylvania Tea Party Patriots and FreedomWorksWhat: March on Harrisburg (State Capitol Steps)When: Saturday, Nov. 14th from 2:00pm to 5:00pmWhy: To send a message to state lawmakers that we support limited government and lower taxes
Brian Darling of the Heritage Foundation writes: As you read this, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and officials of the Obama administration are in a room at the Capitol rewriting health care policy. The American people aren’t invited. Only a few lobbyists, Obama czars and liberal Senators have even been allowed to see this bill.
A government-run healthcare system favored by many Democrats would be "ruthless" in its treatment of healthcare recipients, warns former House Majority Leader Dick Armey. In a wide-ranging exclusive Newsmax interview, the Texas Republican also said Sarah Palin will prove to be a far better proponent of small-government conservatism than John McCain was in 2008. And Armey agrees with House Minority Leader John Boehner's recent assertion to Newsmax that President Obama's appointment of many so-called "czars" constitutes a "circumvention" of the Constitution.
Since the September release of the Baucus Chairman's mark (a summary of what the bill would say when they write it), Americans have patiently awaited the opportunity to read the
We are arguably in the midst of an economic downturn the likes of which our country has not seen in decades. This past month, the economy posted some horrific unemployment numbers and recorded some new highs and lows. The House Republican Conference (HRC), chaired by Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN), has recently released its latest unemployment fact sheet which reveals the numbers behind some of these troubling trends.
This morning, an interview on National Public Radio revealed-- yet again-- that the private sector is far better equipped than government bureaucrats to deal with today's toughest challenges. In his conversation with NPR's Renee Montagne, Steve Burd, CEO of one of America's largest grocery store chains--Safeway-- explained the steps that his company has taken to lower health care co
The International Energy Agency is reporting a "surprising" and "significant" decline in worldwide CO2 emissions in 2009, versus 2008. The reason, of course, is the deep worldwide recession which has wiped trillions of dollars out of the planet's wealth.
To the surprise of absolutely no one, the Wall Street Journal noted last week that members of so-called "Generation Y" are heavily in favor of President Obama's proposed health care reform, despite the fact that they will be the ones left to deal with the fallout from long-term cost overruns and degraded quality of care.
September’s employment numbers, which were released last Friday by the US Department of Labor, have aroused a great deal of concern among the general public. With the unemployment rate skyrocketing to 9.8 percent– a 26 year high– people have a right to be worried. On Sunday, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan added fuel to the fire when he appeared on ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos. In the interview, Greenspa