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Nullification: The States Have a Nuclear Option, Too
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Nullification: The States Have a Nuclear Option, Too

Remember Real ID? There's a good reason that even though Congress passed the law in 2005 it has not been implemented by most states. It's called nullification.When they aren't begging for federal handouts, state governors and legislators have the ability to enforce the limitations on federal power enumerated by the Constitution. Unfortunately, they usually are begging for handouts and so lack the spine or the motivation to stand up to Washington.That's where liberty activists and their pressure campaigns at the state level must come in.

09/20/2009
Carbon Criminals, Waxman-Markey, and your wallet
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Carbon Criminals, Waxman-Markey, and your wallet

JunkScience.com has begun a series of “Wanted” posters for American “Carbon Criminals”, CEOs who are supporting the Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill as a way to steer money from taxpayers to their corporations. Two of my most-despised corporate villains made their list, Jim Rogers of Duke Energy and Jeffrey Immelt of General Electric:

09/18/2009
National Review: Who's really paying for health care?
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National Review: Who's really paying for health care?

This article by James Capretta over at National Review Online explains "how Senator Baucus and other Democrats jam their $2 trillion schemes into $900 billion sacks."  The tax provisions of the bill will be crushing to the employment prospects for all workers, but especially low- and mid-wage workers.

09/17/2009
Key Vote No: H.R. 3221
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Key Vote No: H.R. 3221

Click here to download a .pdf version of this letter. Dear Representative, On behalf of over 700,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to VOTE NO on H.R. 3221—the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2009 sponsored by Rep. George Miller, D-CA.

09/17/2009
Max Baucus's errors and lies
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Max Baucus's errors and lies

In a Wall Street Journal op-ed yesterday, Senate Finance Committee Chairman, Max Baucus (D-MT), lays out his lies case for his version of health care “reform". The beauty of the recent turn of events/tone in the health care debate is that the public is now actually listening to the content of the Democrats’ statements, including those of Dear Leader, rather than just the mellifluous sound of his voice.

09/17/2009
Only bipartisan part of Baucus's bill is opposition to it
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Only bipartisan part of Baucus's bill is opposition to it

Wednesday morning, Senator Max Baucus (D-MT), Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, released his proposal for health care reform (attached here).  The bill, which would cost an estimated $856 billion over the next 10 years, seems to have overcome the partisan divide that exists in Washington and brought Senators from both sides of the aisle together.  Unfortunately for Baucus and his liberal peers, the bipartisan cooperation that has emerged is not in favor of, but rather opposition to, the 223 page proposal. 

09/16/2009
Think Tanks on the Baucus Healthcare Proposal
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Think Tanks on the Baucus Healthcare Proposal

Earlier this morning, Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT) released his vision for a healthcare reform bill (Click here for a PDF version of the bill to read yourself). In it he describes the current law as well as his proposed changes or additions. Some of the issues addressed include: a public option, taxes on the healthcare industry, individual and employer mandates, Medicare cuts, and expansion of Medicaid eligibility.

09/16/2009
FreedomWorks' Matt Kibbe on MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan
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FreedomWorks' Matt Kibbe on MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan

Kibbe talks about those who showed up--Democrats, Republicans, and Independents--to protest big government at the March on Washington. 

09/14/2009
Protests over Obama health reform
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Protests over Obama health reform

The demonstrations came as the US president sought to boost support for his plans during a Minneapolis rally.

09/14/2009
CNN Broadcasts Directly from the March on Washington
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CNN Broadcasts Directly from the March on Washington

09/14/2009

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