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WHAT: FreedomWorks and Young Americans for Liberty at Bowie State are hosting a "Black Empowerment and Economic Opportunity" panel discussion led by FreedomWorks Outreach Director Deneen Borelli. Panelists on both sides of the political aisle will debate topics including entrepreneurship, school choice, financial literacy, and growing the economy in urban communities.
The Hills Are Alive ...The Twitterverse was alive on Sunday night with the reverberations from the news that the loathsome Piers Morgan will be taking his anti-freedom talents back to England. Morgan was famous for two things: railing against the American concept of constitutional liberty, and tanking ratings. The wonder is not that his show is being canceled, nor that his ratings cratered. The only wonder is that it took so long for this decision to be made.
Circling the wagons.
As a professional in the oil and gas industry, Susan Fakharzadeh was looking for fun a way to engage more women in issues related to energy, especially fracking. Her goal was “to take out some of the volatility associated with the word...I wanted to take back the word ‘frack’ so that it wasn’t always associated with something negative.” Thus, Chicks Dig Fracking was born.
Today on the FreedomCast policy analyst at FreedomWorks, Julie Borowski is here to discuss the NSA spying programs, the IRS targeting of conservative and Tea Party groups and new IRS regulations that may repress freedom of speech.
As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Representative today and urge him or her to support H.R. 2900, the Offering Patients True Individualized Options Now (OPTION) Act, and to co-sponsor the bill if he or she has not already done so.
Saturday was "National Youth Enrollment Day" for the Health and Human Services department: a culmination of extremely expensive effots to get young people to sign up for Obamacare-sponsored health care plans on Healthcare.gov.
Let’s be honest: by now, we were supposed to have flying cars. Do you see any flying cars? No, nor do I. What’s worse is that people seem to think that they’re the top priority in automotive technology. The U.S. Department of Transportation wants cars to be able to “talk” to each other by 2017. It’s Big Brother’s Dream come true.