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A Step at a Time for Liberals and Health Care
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A Step at a Time for Liberals and Health Care

David Freddoso has a sharp piece today reminding us that the proposed expansion of S-CHIP government health insurance is really part of a long standing strategy by liberals to slowly push having the government be involved with everyone's health care.

08/21/2007
Attract younger generation by limiting government
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Attract younger generation by limiting government

BY Matt Hittle

This summer I arrived in Washington, D.C., zealous in my political beliefs and keen to effect change in Washington. I was confident in my beliefs when I left my small Iowa hometown. What I didn't plan for was a readjustment of my entire political philosophy.

08/21/2007
Market Madness?
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Market Madness?

Megan McArdle's new blog at the Atlantic starts with a post urging market calm:

08/20/2007
In Defense of the Prix Fixe Menu
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In Defense of the Prix Fixe Menu

BY Richard Morrison

Our old pal Peter Suderman, now writing for FreedomWorks, has a great takedown of the argument for “a la carte” cable pricing up at CNET today:

08/20/2007
The false choice of a la carte TV
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The false choice of a la carte TV

BY Peter Suderman

Perspective Anyone who's taken even a brief glance at their video provider's channel offerings knows that the number of networks currently available is staggering. We've come a long way from the days when a measly three networks were all you could get. These days, it seems like there's a channel for every possible niche and interest--sometimes two or three. Yet in the midst of this outpouring of content, a small but vocal faction is still complaining about a lack of choice.

08/20/2007
Democratic candidates: timeless...like Robert Byrd
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Democratic candidates: timeless...like Robert Byrd

After arriving back in Iowa, I had about a week's respite from the presidential candidates. This morning, in fact, I watched the Democratic Debate at Drake University in Des Moines. I learned so many new things- first, that George Stephanopoulos could give John Edwards a run for his money in the "hair" category. Second, that Joe Biden likes to yell. Third, that Hillary Clinton has fine taste for snazzy power suits.......... ..................Oh yeah, and they're all still socialists. (Quotes to follow as transcripts are released)

08/18/2007
For local Republicans, a buffet of choices
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For local Republicans, a buffet of choices

BY JASON COX

While the presidential primaries are still months away, you wouldn't know it by the media attention paid to the top candidates all across the political spectrum. With this in mind Keizerites have plenty to say about their choices. This is part two of a two-part feature highlighting Keizer residents' opinions on Democratic and Republican presidential hopefuls alike. This week: the Republicans. Republicans in Keizer aren't too concerned about any fallout from President George W. Bush's low approval ratings carrying over to the 2008 presidential elections.

08/17/2007
Join Senator Inhofe and FreedomWorks for Breakfast!
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Join Senator Inhofe and FreedomWorks for Breakfast!

Join FreedomWorks and Senator James Inhofe for a complimentary breakfast on August 20th.

08/16/2007
Unions Push for Radical Rule Change
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Unions Push for Radical Rule Change

It's no secret that unions are pushy and prone to intimidation.  But if a handful of unions get their way, it could get worse.  The New York Times reports that seven unions are requesting that employers be forced to negotiate with them even if they don't represent a majority of workers.  As a lawyer in the article points out, that's a pretty major divergence from the way things work now:

08/15/2007
NAFTA's Successes
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NAFTA's Successes

An op-ed today in the San Diego Tribune outlines the many economic benefits the United States has experienced since the enactment of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1993. According to the Tribune:

08/15/2007

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