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.... but is it a tax increase?
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.... but is it a tax increase?

OK, so the Republicans went along with a "compromise" that keeps the corporate kicker for all but the smaller businesses, raises the corporate minimum tax and cuts the estate tax between the $2 and $3 million level. Yes, they caved. Republicans should not raise taxes. First, it is the wrong thing to do, but second, it is a stupid political thing to do. Standing for lower taxes is the party's best and most popular position. We should never give it up. So I am disappointed, although hardly surprised.

03/01/2007
Oregon House Republicans Cave?
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Oregon House Republicans Cave?

BY Coyote

Well now this is interesting and I had heard some of the discussions before the first vote. Basically the talk was that if Nike, Intel and Associated Oregon Industries (AOI), wanted to be taxed higher by kicking in their kicker checks then let'em. However there are thousands of small businesses in Oregon who should not be punished by the likes of Nike et al.

03/01/2007
FreedomWorks Fights Net Neutrality in Maryland
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FreedomWorks Fights Net Neutrality in Maryland

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02/28/2007
FreedomWorks Key Votes "No" on Card Check Bill, H.R. 800
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FreedomWorks Key Votes "No" on Card Check Bill, H.R. 800

Dear Representative:  On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I respectfully  urge you to VOTE NO on H.R. 800, the “Card Check” bill. Instead of addressing fundamental competitiveness issues in the U.S. education, regulatory, tort, and tax systems, the new majority in Congress is bent on raising taxes and re-unionizing the economy.

02/28/2007
Oregon FreedomWorks Sends Post Cards on Legislators' Tax Votes
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Oregon FreedomWorks Sends Post Cards on Legislators' Tax Votes

 

02/28/2007
FreedomWorks Again Meets Sen. Brownback in South Carolina
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FreedomWorks Again Meets Sen. Brownback in South Carolina

SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA .  FreedomWorks activist Wayne King intercepted Senator Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) on the campaign trail on Feb. 26, 2007, and thanked him for supporting the Freedom Agenda. 

02/27/2007
Health Insurance for Kids
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Health Insurance for Kids

BY Editorial

A cigarette tax increase to pay the health insurance coverage for most of Oregon's well over 100,000 uninsured kids reminds me of using wood as a fuel to heat your home: You get warm chopping it, and warm again when it's used in your wood-burning stove, furnace or fireplace.

02/27/2007
Video to Push Internet to Limits
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Video to Push Internet to Limits

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There's a great piece by reporter John Van in the Chicago Tribune today that discusses the urgent need for increased capacity on the Internet. He writes:

02/26/2007
Key Vote "No" on S. 2636
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Key Vote "No" on S. 2636

On behalf of hundreds of thousands of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to VOTE NO on S. 2636.  This legislation includes a provision dealing with bankruptcy that would allow courts broad authority to rewrite mortgage contracts.  This would set a dangerous precedent, greatly weakening the concept of a contract and its value for all parties involved.  The bill also seeks more direct federal spending, calling for taxpayers nationwide to cover the costs for those regions of the nation where housing markets were overbuilt.

02/26/2007
FreedomWorks Members Greet Sen. DeMint in South Carolina
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FreedomWorks Members Greet Sen. DeMint in South Carolina

SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA.  FreedomWorks members met with Senator Jim DeMint on Feb. 22, 2007, in Spartanburg, SC.  Sen. DeMint was in town for the Spartanburg Co. Republican Dinner with Gov. Mitt Romney.  The event was an opportunity for FreedomWorks to push the need to pass the Freedom Agenda, and to thank Senator DeMint for continuing his great work on behalf of liberty.  In the photos below, FreedomWorks members pose with Senator Jim DeMint, who told them that, " FreedomWorks is a great organization." Thanks Senator!!

02/26/2007

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