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FreedomWorks Discusses Death Tax, Net Neutrality with Sen. Dole

At the annual convention of the North Carolina Republican Party, North Carolina FreedomWorks activists Molly Black and Linda Jolly sought out Senator Elizabeth Dole with our information about The Death Tax and Net Neutrality. The photos, taken by Linda Jolly, show Molly Black presenting Senator Dole with information explaining our concern and opposition to net neutrality (federal regulation of the internet) and our support for ending the death tax. Great work guys!

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FreedomWorks Discusses Death Tax, Net Neutrality with Sen. Dole

At the annual convention of the North Carolina Republican Party, North Carolina FreedomWorks activists Molly Black and Linda Jolly sought out Senator Elizabeth Dole with our information about The Death Tax and Net Neutrality. The photos, taken by Linda Jolly, show Molly Black presenting Senator Dole with information explaining our concern and opposition to net neutrality (federal regulation of the internet) and our support for ending the death tax. Great work guys!

06/08/2006
North Carolina Members Lobby Rep. Price Staff on Net Neutrality

CHAPEL HILL, NC. As the debate over regulating the Internet heats up in Congress, FreedomWorks members are working hard to make sure our elected officials understand the risks with Net Neutrality mandates. Pictured here are FreedomWorks North Carolina volunteer leaders Robin Staudt and Roy Loflin going into Congressman David Price's Office in Chapel Hill. Great work guys-- let's keep the Internet free of federal regulations!

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North Carolina Members Lobby Rep. Price Staff on Net Neutrality

CHAPEL HILL, NC. As the debate over regulating the Internet heats up in Congress, FreedomWorks members are working hard to make sure our elected officials understand the risks with Net Neutrality mandates. Pictured here are FreedomWorks North Carolina volunteer leaders Robin Staudt and Roy Loflin going into Congressman David Price's Office in Chapel Hill. Great work guys-- let's keep the Internet free of federal regulations!

06/08/2006
FreedomWorks Urges NO Vote on Markey Amendment to HR 5252

Dear Representative: On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I write to urge you to VOTE NO on Rep. Markey’s proposed amendment on ‘network neutrality’. The amendment to H.R. 5252, The Communications Opportunity, Promotion, and Enhancement Act of 2006, would give the federal government massive and unprecedented power over the Internet.

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FreedomWorks Urges NO Vote on Markey Amendment to HR 5252

Dear Representative: On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I write to urge you to VOTE NO on Rep. Markey’s proposed amendment on ‘network neutrality’. The amendment to H.R. 5252, The Communications Opportunity, Promotion, and Enhancement Act of 2006, would give the federal government massive and unprecedented power over the Internet.

06/08/2006
FreedomWorks Prepares to Launch New Ad Campaign Against Net Neutrality

FreedomWorks is leading the fight to stop government regulation of the Internet. This week FreedomWorks is rolling out a new ad campaign [view the ad .pdf] and the website www.neuters.net targeting conservative Representatives. The purpose is to draw attention to the liberal, big government coalition of supporters of “Net Neutrality” regulations, and ask why good conservatives would consider joining them.

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FreedomWorks Prepares to Launch New Ad Campaign Against Net Neutrality

FreedomWorks is leading the fight to stop government regulation of the Internet. This week FreedomWorks is rolling out a new ad campaign [view the ad .pdf] and the website www.neuters.net targeting conservative Representatives. The purpose is to draw attention to the liberal, big government coalition of supporters of “Net Neutrality” regulations, and ask why good conservatives would consider joining them.

06/07/2006
Max Papas Interviewed by The World

Max Papas was interviewed by the Christian oriented magazine The World on Wednesday. The discussion focused on the Death Tax.

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Max Papas Interviewed by The World

Max Papas was interviewed by the Christian oriented magazine The World on Wednesday. The discussion focused on the Death Tax.

06/07/2006
FreedomWorks Presents to 60 College Students on Free Markets, Telecom, Social Security Reform

FreedomWorks staffer Chris Kinnan presented a ninety minute lecture on free markets to sixty college students at the Leadership Institute on Monday. The students were from all across the state of Louisiana and were in Washington, D.C. as part of a Leadership Institute educational and grassroots training program. The first part of the lecture focused on the American economic system, and the second half on the threats facing our system, including the need to reform Social Security, the tax code, and telecom law.

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FreedomWorks Presents to 60 College Students on Free Markets, Telecom, Social Security Reform

FreedomWorks staffer Chris Kinnan presented a ninety minute lecture on free markets to sixty college students at the Leadership Institute on Monday. The students were from all across the state of Louisiana and were in Washington, D.C. as part of a Leadership Institute educational and grassroots training program. The first part of the lecture focused on the American economic system, and the second half on the threats facing our system, including the need to reform Social Security, the tax code, and telecom law.

06/06/2006
Net Neutrality

Voices are being raised in many quarters -- including the editorial pages of The Oregonian -- either for or against the notion of regulating the Internet, the so-called "net neutrality" debate. With some members of Congress already drafting legislation on this abstract issue, it's important to keep matters in perspective. Shouldn't our policy-makers in Washington be spending more time and attention on critical issues such as national security, the economy, education, a lasting energy policy and immigration rather than on a fix in search of a problem?

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Net Neutrality

BY Keith Parker

Voices are being raised in many quarters -- including the editorial pages of The Oregonian -- either for or against the notion of regulating the Internet, the so-called "net neutrality" debate. With some members of Congress already drafting legislation on this abstract issue, it's important to keep matters in perspective. Shouldn't our policy-makers in Washington be spending more time and attention on critical issues such as national security, the economy, education, a lasting energy policy and immigration rather than on a fix in search of a problem?

06/06/2006
FreedomWorks Salutes Governor Bush’s Veto of No-Fault Insurance

Last week Gov. Bush vetoed legislation that would have extended the sunset clause of ‘no-fault’ car insurance in Florida. FreedomWorks Florida salutes Gov. Bush for his stand against trial lawyers and higher insurance costs. ‘No-fault’ is a system open to rampant abuse by fraudulent claims that cause Florida residents to pay insurance premiums on average 19 percent higher than in states with personal responsibility requirements.

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FreedomWorks Salutes Governor Bush’s Veto of No-Fault Insurance

Last week Gov. Bush vetoed legislation that would have extended the sunset clause of ‘no-fault’ car insurance in Florida. FreedomWorks Florida salutes Gov. Bush for his stand against trial lawyers and higher insurance costs. ‘No-fault’ is a system open to rampant abuse by fraudulent claims that cause Florida residents to pay insurance premiums on average 19 percent higher than in states with personal responsibility requirements.

06/05/2006
Fiscal Issues Forced Forward

Rep. Frank Wolf (VA) is creating a commission to bring important issues such as Social Security and Tax reform back in the forefront of the Congressional agenda:

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Fiscal Issues Forced Forward

Rep. Frank Wolf (VA) is creating a commission to bring important issues such as Social Security and Tax reform back in the forefront of the Congressional agenda:

06/01/2006
Model Hypocrites

This oped was originally published June 1, 2006 in The Washington Times. You can bet that almost anytime a politician attempts to raise your taxes or pushes for a big, new government spending program, the justification is at least partially based on the results of some mathematical model. Al Gore, and many others endorsing the global warming rage, tell us the climate models show government must do something about global warming before we are all cooked (or at least lightly tanned).

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Model Hypocrites

This oped was originally published June 1, 2006 in The Washington Times. You can bet that almost anytime a politician attempts to raise your taxes or pushes for a big, new government spending program, the justification is at least partially based on the results of some mathematical model. Al Gore, and many others endorsing the global warming rage, tell us the climate models show government must do something about global warming before we are all cooked (or at least lightly tanned).

06/01/2006

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