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New Poll Shocker - $6 Gas is not desirable
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New Poll Shocker - $6 Gas is not desirable

BY Jim Knowlton

Oregon Catalyst is reporting on a survery recently published by FreedomWorks Oregon that has many interesting tidbits, but one stuck out for me: 70% are unwilling to permanently pay $6 or more per gallon for gasoline to protect the environment

08/14/2008
FreedomWorks Georgia Mobilizes Citizen Education
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FreedomWorks Georgia Mobilizes Citizen Education

08/13/2008
D.C. Group Targets Oregon Energy Issues
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D.C. Group Targets Oregon Energy Issues

BY Ed Walsh

A new player is about to enter the Great Energy Debate in Oregon. FreedomWorks, a Washington, D.C.-based conservative advocacy group whose Oregon director is vice chairman of the state's Republican Party, announced Tuesday that it is launching a campaign to promote "development of clean, affordable and reliable sources of energy" in the state. From the announcement, it appears that another goal of the campaign will be to attack what FreedomWorks calls "anti-energy extremists."

08/13/2008
FreedomWorks Oregon Launching Policy Campaign
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FreedomWorks Oregon Launching Policy Campaign

FreedomWorks Oregon is preparing to launch the Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE), which will promote the development of clean, affordable and reliable sources of energy. FreedomWorks is a nationwide, grassroots organization. Its Oregon chapter has 30,000 activists. The CARE campaign is part of a larger national voter education and turnout effort by FreedomWorks to unlock domestic and emerging sources of energy for American consumers.

08/13/2008
Wednesday Floor Update
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Wednesday Floor Update

FreedomWorks popped in to hear the speeches that are still going on over on the House floor today, the dogged determination to see this issue through is amazing.  Here's what we heard: Rep. Michael Ferguson (NJ): urged Americans to call the switchboard, (202) 224-3121. to speak to their Congressperson and demand a vote.  He said that people should "raise their voice and act, regardless of opinion." Rep.

08/12/2008
FreedomWorks Oregon Launches Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE)
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FreedomWorks Oregon Launches Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE)

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08/12/2008
Rejecting MoveOn's Anti-Energy Message
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Rejecting MoveOn's Anti-Energy Message

Even with only a few hours notice, FreedomWorks and friends were able to gather a respectable counter demonstration to oppose a group of MoveOn protesters calling for an “Oil-Free” presidency outside the Capitol Tuesday afternoon.

08/08/2008
Conflation: The New Economic Circumstance?
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Conflation: The New Economic Circumstance?

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Energy and food prices have risen at an astonishing clip. That means the U.S. economy is in inflation, right? But the price of a key asset class, housing, is declining at 15 percent annual rate. That means deflation, right? So what's the word for an economic condition that contains relatively disruptive levels of both inflation and deflation simultaneously in different sectors of the economy? Lousy public policies are a major driver of our current problems, of course.

08/07/2008
FreedomWorks Oregon Launches Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE)
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FreedomWorks Oregon Launches Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE)

Who: FreedomWorks Oregon Director Russ Walker will be joined by economist Bill Conerly, members of the Oregon legislature, along with consumers, small business owners, and farmers effected by spiraling energy costs. What:

08/07/2008
A Gas Price Story from Outside the Bubble
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A Gas Price Story from Outside the Bubble

It's easy to forget how real people live and what they care about outside the DC bubble - this is such an unnatural city, growing up around government and not industry, transportation, or any kind of port like most cities historically are. On the floor, one conservative congressperson after another had been able to hold up their constituent mail full of sad stories of lost jobs, and opportunities on hold due to skyrocketing energy costs. Here's how fuel prices are affecting one person close to FreedomWorks. My brother, Davis - 17, is a drum major for the Williamsport Area High School

08/06/2008

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