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FreedomWorks Welcomes Mitt Romney to South Carolina
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FreedomWorks Welcomes Mitt Romney to South Carolina

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.  On February 13, 2007, FreedomWorks members greeted Gov. Mitt Romney as he addressed 250 supporters.  Pictured below, FreedomWorks activist Wayne King hands Gov. Romney a copy of our 2007 Freedom Agenda.

02/20/2007
FreedomWorks Stands Tall at McCain Event in South Carolina
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FreedomWorks Stands Tall at McCain Event in South Carolina

SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA.  Presidential politics are already gearing up in the Palmetto State, and FreedomWorks members are on the ground demanding that potential candidates address the key Freedom Agenda issues facing the nation. On February 18th, FreedomWorks activists attended an event that featured Senator John McCain.  Of the 200 people attending the Sunday afternoon event, 10 were FreedomWorks members. They report that Sen. McCain  stressed following issues: 1) supports Social Security Reform 2) veto all earmarks

02/20/2007
FreedomWorks Members in the Media in South Carolina
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FreedomWorks Members in the Media in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.

02/20/2007
Price Controls Are Accelerating Venezuela's Collapse
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Price Controls Are Accelerating Venezuela's Collapse

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Hugo Chavez and his socialist "Bolivarian Rebolution" are destroying Venezuela. The latest report in the New York Times describes the predictable result of price controls: widespread food shortages. More troubling is the dictator's response: instead of allowing markets to set prices and getting the supply chain back in action, Chavez is announcing a chilling crackdown on the nation's business classes and a dramatic devaluation of the currency.

02/16/2007
FreedomWorks Rallies for School Choice in South Carolina
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FreedomWorks Rallies for School Choice in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.  FreedomWorks members were part of a massive rally in support of school choice on February 13, 2007.  Over 4,000 people riding 60 buses came from across South Carolina to demand a public school system that puts parents and students first, by giving them control over their education dollars.

02/16/2007
Plymouth Mayor Brian Roth received the Municipal Conservationist of the Year Award
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Plymouth Mayor Brian Roth received the Municipal Conservationist of the Year Award

At the Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards program, Plymouth Mayor Brian Roth received the Municipal Conservationist of the Year Award.  This prestigious honor was among those presented at the North Carolina Wildlife Federation’s Annual Governor’s Awards Banquet.

02/15/2007
FreedomWorks Joins Coalition to Increase Cable Choice in Massachusetts
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FreedomWorks Joins Coalition to Increase Cable Choice in Massachusetts

FreedomWorks is continuing yhe fight for greater consumer choice in cable providers by joining the Massachusetts Consumers for Technology and Cable Choice coalition. The coalition is coming together to promote consumer choice in cable providers and to support legislation like the Massachusetts Cable Choice and Competition Act that was recently introduced by State Senator Steve Panagiotakos and State Representative Jim Vallee.

02/15/2007
Guest will speak on initiative process
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Guest will speak on initiative process

BY Steve Law

Russ Walker, the leader of the conservative group FreedomWorks, is guest speaker at today's meeting of the Valley Pachyderm Club. Walker will discuss efforts to change the initiative process in the Legislature. The noon luncheon takes place at the Salem Scottish Rite Center, 4090 Commercial St. SE.

02/15/2007
All together now
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All together now

BY Jeremy Seabrook

The almost universal recognition of the potential disaster of climate change (that more benign-sounding euphemism for global warming) ascribes the causes to "humanity". Human activity, mankind, man - these generalised entities have been the great reshapers of the planet and its fragile atmosphere. This dispersal of blame diffuses responsibility, and permits the culprits to embed themselves in the global population to escape the consequences of their actions.

02/15/2007
Two "Secrets" for Growing the Economy
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Two "Secrets" for Growing the Economy

< p>In 351 pages and nine chapters, on Monday the Bush administration presented the latest version of the annual Economic Report of the President. The report is a chance to step back from the day-to-day political fray and assess the overall health of the economy and related policy issues from a more fundamental economics view. If the State of the Union Address outlines a president’s political goals for the year, the Economic Report is the nuts and bolts of how we did in 2006 alongside the government’s projections for 2007, mixed in with some serious policy recomme

02/14/2007

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