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FreedomWorks Rallies For Free Speech
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FreedomWorks Rallies For Free Speech

WASHINGTON, DC.  FreedomWorks interns cheered on members of the Republican Study Committee today on Capitol Hill at a press conference opposing the so-called Fairness Doctrine.  Reps. Mike Pence and Jeb Hensarling are introducing legislation to block the FCC or others from using the Fairness Doctrine to silence conservative voices on talk radio. 

06/28/2007
FreedomWorks Opposes Efforts to Re-Regulate Spectrum Allocation
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FreedomWorks Opposes Efforts to Re-Regulate Spectrum Allocation

FreedomWorks is opposed to efforts underway that would undermine the auctions that have been used to allocate spectrum by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Spectrum auctions have worked well to allocate this scarce resource in ways that provide great benefits to consumers, yet there have been recent attempts to place new restrictions on the use of spectrum and re-jigger the auction in a way that lets regulators rather than markets pick winners and losers. A recent study by Jeffrey Eisenach, Chairman of Criterion Economics, highlights some of the pitfalls of one such proposal. For example, the study finds that public safety may be required to pay $9 billion over a six-year period for the winning bidder to be financially viable.

06/28/2007
They won some, they lost some in 2007 legislative session
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They won some, they lost some in 2007 legislative session

BY Julia Silverman

The budgets have been passed, the favors called in, the interim task forces readied, and the gavels banged for the last time. There's not much left to do with the 2007 legislative session, except call some winners and losers. Taking the long view, there were some stealth surprises this year, especially with Salem firmly under Democratic control for the first time in 16 years.

06/28/2007
Socialized Medicine for 'Kids'
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Socialized Medicine for 'Kids'

Robert Novak has written an interesting article on the proposal to expand the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) from a 5 year budget of $25 billion to $75 billion. While this is a very popular program, he argues that this will help set up the health care debate after 2008 in favor of universal socialized medicine. Sen. Clinton is a principal sponsor of the bill.

06/27/2007
Corn Ethanol Mandates Don't Make Sense
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Corn Ethanol Mandates Don't Make Sense

No better example of nonsensical energy policy is the federal indulgence with corn ethanol fuel, a heavily subsidized product that is a net loser for the economy, the environment, and for our energy security.

06/27/2007
A Response to Michael Moore
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A Response to Michael Moore

FreedomWorks president Matt Kibbe wrote a great op-ed today on Townhall in response to Michael Moore's 'Sicko' and all the renewed calls for socialized health care in the United States. To view the article click here

06/26/2007
Senate Republicans Block Card Check Bill
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Senate Republicans Block Card Check Bill

Today's Congress Daily reported that Senate Republicans blocked the union-backed "card-check" bill that would have made it easier for workers to organize, derailing labor's top priority for the year. Democrats fell nine votes short of the 60 needed to overcome Republican opposition, as the cloture motion failed on a 51-48 vote. All Democrats who were voting supported the bill and one lonely Republican, Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania. Randel Johnson, the director of labor and immigration for the U.S.

06/26/2007
The Real Skinny on Socialized Medicine
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The Real Skinny on Socialized Medicine

This piece was originally published at Townhall.com.  “I'm the thinnest f@#king guy in town!" --Michael Moore (Rolling Stone 9/17/04) In his new film Sicko, Michael Moore makes it clear that he is a big fan of government-run health care. He may in fact be one of the biggest fans of socialized medicine in America, given his well-documented penchant for donuts and double Quarter-Pounders with cheese.

06/26/2007
The Real Skinny on Socialized Medicine
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The Real Skinny on Socialized Medicine

BY Matt Kibbe

“I'm the thinnest f@#king guy in town!" --Michael Moore (Rolling Stone 9/17/04) In his new film Sicko, Michael Moore makes it clear that he is a big fan of government-run health care. He may in fact be one of the biggest fans of socialized medicine in America, given his well-documented penchant for donuts and double Quarter-Pounders with cheese.

06/26/2007
North Carolina Members Launch Revolt against Higher Taxes
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North Carolina Members Launch Revolt against Higher Taxes

FreedomWorks members in Yadkin County, North Carolina urged the Yadkin County Board of Commissioners not to increase their property taxes at a public budget hearing. The proposed budget for the 2007-2008 budget cycle would raise the property-tax rate by 8 cents to pay for a $7 million jail and $26.5 million project to build two new middle schools. The Yadkin County Manager, Eric Williams, called for a 12% increase in the budget from 2006-07. The total for the 2007-08 budget would be $35.7 million.

06/25/2007

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