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Spending Cuts Wouldn't Hurt Govt Performance
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Spending Cuts Wouldn't Hurt Govt Performance

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Below are results of an on-line survey taken of readers of Federal Times, which is a publication geared towards federal government managers: Saving money

10/16/2006
More Schools Offering Preschool Programs
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More Schools Offering Preschool Programs

BY Molly Walsh

Shortly after 8 a.m. on a recent weekday morning, 3-year-old Emma Kelley walked into her preschool room at Orchard Elementary School in South Burlington alongside her mother. Tricia Kelley smiled as Emma looked at a table bearing nametags for each student in the class, recognized her name and plucked up the appropriate tag. As Emma scampered off to play with her friends, her mother praised the preschool program, which opened last year and already has a waiting list. "It's wonderful, wonderful," Kelley said. "She has grown so much in just two months. ... We're thrilled."

10/16/2006
Paying to be Coerced
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Paying to be Coerced

BY Richard W. Rahn

Would you be outraged if you knew your taxpayer dollars were being used to lobby for more government subsidies and higher taxes? Well you should be, because that is exactly what is happening.

10/16/2006
Paying to be Coerced
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Paying to be Coerced

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10/16/2006
Three Cheers for the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize
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Three Cheers for the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize

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Past Nobel Peace Prizes have gone to elected (and unelected) officials, but this year the Nobel Committee gave the award to the entrepreneurial founder of the microloan bank Grameen.  It is long overdue recognition of the poverty-ending and peace-creating power of capitalism and voluntary trade. The New York Times reports:

10/13/2006
Federal Govt Payroll Growing By the Millions
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Federal Govt Payroll Growing By the Millions

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Since just 2002, the U.S. government has added 2.5 million new contractors to the national payroll   A new study by researcher Paul C. Light at N.Y.U. takes a look at the sweeping size and composition of the federal government’s workforce.  Christopher Lee of the Washington Post writes:

10/13/2006
Exporting America
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Exporting America

BY Matt Kibbe

Imagine it is the year 2025, and you are walking through a sea of professionals, crossing downtown streets quickly in dark business suits, talking on whatever futuristic device has replaced Blackberries. Construction cranes, new condo buildings, modern skyscrapers and help wanted signs are evidence of a booming economy, individual opportunity and a low unemployment.

10/13/2006
Oklahoma FreedomWorks Hosts State Auditor Debate
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Oklahoma FreedomWorks Hosts State Auditor Debate

Oklahoma FreedomWorks will begin holding monthly meetings in October; the meetings will be held on the third Thursday of each month. Our first meeting is to be held on Thursday, October 19th at Johnnie's Charcoal Broiler at 5001 S Harvard Ave in Tulsa. (If traveling westbound on I-44, you can enter Johnnie's from the I-44 access road. If coming from any other direction, you can enter through the Spirit Bank parking lot on Harvard Ave.) The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm and the program will begin at 7:30 pm. Our program will include the candidates for State Auditor.

10/12/2006
The Danger of Over-Regulation
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The Danger of Over-Regulation

10/11/2006
FCC Warned of 'Homogenization’
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FCC Warned of 'Homogenization’

BY Linda Haugsted

In this city and nearby El Segundo, Calif., last week, a phalanx of Hollywood union members and community activists criticized the dampening effect of media consolidation on creativity and diversity of voices in broadcasting, while local station executives explained that multiple outlet ownership is necessary to compete with pay television.

10/09/2006

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