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Tax Day Protests in North Carolina
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Tax Day Protests in North Carolina

Hillsborough, North Carolina.  Braving a 30 mile per hour wind, FreedomWorks activists Roy Loflin and Robin Staudt staged a tax protest at lunch in Hillsborough on April 16th.  On April 17th, Tax Day, FreedomWorks members in Statesville,Asheville and Franklin NC will do similar protests.  Great work guys!

04/17/2007
The Model Audit Rule for Insurance
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The Model Audit Rule for Insurance

Download the .pdf version here April 9, 2007 Honorable Joseph Torti, IIIRhode Island Superintendent of Insurance Chair, NAIC Financial Regulation Standards and Accreditation "F" Committee233 Richmond StreetProvidence, RI 02903 Re: Annual Financial Reporting Regulation Dear Superintendent Torti and members of the “F” Committee:

04/16/2007
Staggeringly Wasteful New Military Aircraft Finally Goes into Service
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Staggeringly Wasteful New Military Aircraft Finally Goes into Service

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Even by Defense Department standards, the new V-22 Osprey tilt-prop plane is extraordinarily expensive and dangerous. The Washington Post reports that the aircraft is finally coming online after twenty years of cost overruns, fraud, and accidents claiming 26 lives. At a staggering $109 million per plane, its hard to see the value to the taxpayer or the military.

04/13/2007
Boca to state: stop messing around in local business
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Boca to state: stop messing around in local business

BY John Johnston

It’s not that Boca Raton Deputy City Manager George Brown doesn’t like consumers. “We just don’t want the state messing around in local business,” he told The Boca Raton News. Which is why Boca’s city council has approved a resolution opposing HB 529 – called the Consumer Choice Act of 2007, a proposed law dealing with what it calls “video programming” but what amounts to what everyone else calls “cable TV.” Delray Beach has approved a similar resolution opposing the bill.

04/12/2007
George Will Doing What He Does So Well.
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George Will Doing What He Does So Well.

George Will on global warming craziness.  Without ever using the term "weighing the costs and benefits," Will is able to convey the basic issue:  Wild eyed policy proposals require trade offs.  While it is easy to feel morally superior, the actual effects of our decisions are less obvious.

04/11/2007
Cap-and-Trade Will Harm the U.S. Economy, says Free Enterprise Education Institute
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Cap-and-Trade Will Harm the U.S. Economy, says Free Enterprise Education Institute

Global warming regulations backed by the General Electric Company, DuPont, Caterpillar and Lehman Brothers will cause higher energy prices and slower economic growth concludes a report by the Free Enterprise Education Institute. The report reviews a study by the Federal Energy Information Agency (EIA) of the Clinton-Gore Administration on the cost of implementing a cap and trade system in the U. S.

04/11/2007
FreedomWorks North Carolina Opposes State Smoking Ban
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Opposes State Smoking Ban

On April 5, 2007, 20 FreedomWorks members attended the state Judiciary Committee's meetings to oppose a public smoking ban, which is being considered as HB 259. activists at meeting Rep. John Blust speaking to our activists Rep. Phillip Frye

04/10/2007
FreedomWorks Rallies for Property Rights in North Carolina
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FreedomWorks Rallies for Property Rights in North Carolina

ROPER, NORTH CAROLINA.  On April 5, 2007,  20 FreedomWorks activists attended and spoke at hearing on property rights and the proposed OLF.   Some activists rode over 8 hours to attend, and were interviewed by the media: Washington Daily News- Paul Purdue from Buncombe Co WCTI TV (NBC)- Roy Loflin from Orange Co 

04/10/2007
Heat On Sarbox May Grow As Euro Markets Pass U.S.
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Heat On Sarbox May Grow As Euro Markets Pass U.S.

BY RICHARD WILNER

Attempts to overturn portions of Sarbanes-Oxley may pick up steam this week after an April 4 report showed the value of European stock markets has overtaken U.S. markets for the first time since World War I. The seismic shift in the value of equity markets is a further blow to the New York Stock Exchange and other U.S. markets, which have seen some of the larger initial public offerings opt for overseas markets instead of their traditional NYSE home.

04/08/2007
Ore. senator faces tricky path to re-election
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Ore. senator faces tricky path to re-election

BY Brad Cain

National Democrats have made it plain that one of their top targets in the 2008 Senate election will be Oregon Republican Sen. Gordon Smith, who's been reaching out more to moderate voters of late. But Smith could also face potential trouble within his own party at home. There are rumors that Smith might draw a primary challenge from the party's right wing. A national group that promotes fiscal conservatism is making noises about possibly bankrolling such an effort.

04/08/2007

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