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NAFTA's Successes
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NAFTA's Successes

An op-ed today in the San Diego Tribune outlines the many economic benefits the United States has experienced since the enactment of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1993. According to the Tribune:

08/15/2007
FreedomWorks Meets Sen. Brownback on the Campaign Trail
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FreedomWorks Meets Sen. Brownback on the Campaign Trail

ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA.  On August 14th, FreedomWorks Activists Wayne King and Neil Moore met with Sen. Brownback at the  Thursday Too Restaurant in Rock Hill.  They discussed the Freedom Agenda and the FreedomWorks Presidential Candidate Survey, which Sen. Brownback has signed.

08/15/2007
Muni-fi Madness!
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Muni-fi Madness!

My former colleague Cord Blomquist has a helpful post on the blundering efforts of San Francisco to set up city-run wi-fi:

08/14/2007
Global Baloney
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Global Baloney

Despite much rancor on both sides, the real debate over global warming isn't about the science, it's about the policies with which we choose to address it.  And right now, the policies that receive the most attention--such as cap-and-trade--don't look promising.  As Robert Samuelson puts it in the Post this morning:

08/14/2007
Macon County Chapter Holds Meeting
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Macon County Chapter Holds Meeting

FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA.  On August 11th, 30 FreedomWorks activists attended an important chapter meeting.  The Macon County Chapter enjoyed guest speaker Lindalyn Kakadelis, Director of North Carolina Education Alliance.  Ms. Kakadelis is a strong and knowlegable speaker, and made clear to her listeners the cause of the problems in North Carolina Schools and the need for school choice to fix the problem. Competition in education would go along way to solve the problem.  With a $42 million school construction bond referendum in our future, her remarks were timely and helpful.

08/14/2007
More evidence for Gore to ignore
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More evidence for Gore to ignore

I'm no scientist, but the recent discovery by DC resident John Lockwood is pretty telling when it comes to the history of global warming extremism.

08/13/2007
He's So Much Cooler Online
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He's So Much Cooler Online

BY Matt Lewis

I've noticed for a while now that those of us in the new media tend to sometimes over-state the importance of the internet. While I firmly believe that it is the wave of the future, it is also true that in modern-day America, the internet is merely one facet of a well-run political campaign.

08/13/2007
Policy vs. Votes
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Policy vs. Votes

The New York Times on the benefits of free trade:

08/12/2007
Two Points for the Post
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Two Points for the Post

The Washington Post has two editorials worth reading this morning. In the first, Sebastian Mallaby throws some cold water on the Cramer-style hype surrounding sub-prime credit markets. Mallaby recalls how junk bonds caused a similar stir in the mid 90s, but have since more than tripled their total market value and are now considered boring, respectable investments.

08/12/2007
Who cares about economics? I'm just trying to win the union vote!
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Who cares about economics? I'm just trying to win the union vote!

In their rush to rail against free trade during the AFL-CIO debate, Democratic presidential candidates simultaneously pandered to unions and illustrated their unabashed ignorance of economics.

08/09/2007

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