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Hillwatch: Hawaii
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Hillwatch: Hawaii

Because the world doesn't have enough casinos - tomorrow the  House will be considering H.R. 505:  the Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act of 2007.  The bill is a plan to give native Hawaiians "Indian tribe" status in order to preserve a lot of very nice government perks that would otherwise be unconstitutional.

10/23/2007
Aw, Al...
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Aw, Al...

In Slate, Steven Landsburg shows how Al Gore has hidden behind generalities and vague proclamations in his global warming rhetoric:

10/22/2007
Oh Brother
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Oh Brother

James Pethokoukis has an update on the upcoming Charlie Rangel-sponsored "mother" of all tax hikes.

10/22/2007
FreedomWorks Fights 200 Percent Land Transfer Tax Across North Carolina
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FreedomWorks Fights 200 Percent Land Transfer Tax Across North Carolina

BRYSON CITY AND FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA.  FreedomWorks continues to fight the 200 % Land Transfer Tax in 16 North Carolina counties.  On October 16th, meetings were held in Bryson City and Franklin NC.  Forty FreedomWorks activists turned out in Bryson City and 30 in Franklin to hear from Chad Adams from the John Locke Foundation on Tuesday.

10/22/2007
Best lines I've read all week...
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Best lines I've read all week...

Manuel F.

10/21/2007
The Moral High Ground
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The Moral High Ground

Megan McArdle (yes, I've been reading the Atlantic today) lets the air out of the redistribution-is-charity balloon:

10/21/2007
Ah, the New York Times
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Ah, the New York Times

The good news is that a New York Times editorial lets us know that an OECD report says that, at 28.2% of GDP, the U.S. has one of the lowest total tax takes of any wealthy country. And they even admit that what growth we have seen in tax revenues since 2004 is "is due mostly to the spectacular increase in corporate profits." The bad news? That means the NYT editorial board thinks that it must mean that taxes are too low.

10/21/2007
New Online Video Attacks SCHIP Tax Hike
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New Online Video Attacks SCHIP Tax Hike

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Quality production values in this ironic piece:

10/21/2007
Can Romney Defend His Plan?
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Can Romney Defend His Plan?

Over at the Atlantic, Marc Ambinder says Mitt Romney was strong on health care at last night's GOP primary debate:

10/21/2007
Heat On Smokers
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Heat On Smokers

BY Bennett Hall

Supporters: Tobacco tax hike will pay for needed children’s health program Opponents: Measure would hijack state’s constitution Few ballot measures in Oregon history have generated as much sound and fury as Measure 50, the proposal to jack up the tobacco tax to finance a new children’s medical insurance program. Opponents — backed by big tobacco companies — have kicked in a record $9 million-plus to defeat the referendum, flooding the television airwaves with ads decrying the measure as an attempt to hijack the state’s constitution.

10/21/2007

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