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Key Vote YES on the Gas Price Act of 2007
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Key Vote YES on the Gas Price Act of 2007

On behalf of nearly 850,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I respectfully urge you to VOTE YES on the Gas Petroleum Refiner Improvement and Community Empowerment Act of 2007, or the Gas Price Act, Senator James Inhofe’s (R-OK) amendment to the energy bill currently before the Senate. This amendment would help stem the rise of gas prices by pushing for energy independence through an increase in domestic refinery capacity. This amendment would encourage more domestic oil production by easing the regulatory permitting process for the expansion of present refineries as well as the construction of new facilities. In addition, it would spur broader capacity and efficiency by reducing environmental permit hurdles and encouraging construction on closed military bases.

06/13/2007
Dems on Health Care
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Dems on Health Care

This is a clip from the most recent Democratic debate where the candidates discuss health care. All the candidates seem to favor some form of a socialized universal plan. John Edwards does not hide the fact that he plans to raise taxes, admitting he'd have to because his plan costs $90-100 billion. Hillary Clinton even admits that every candidate on the stage is similar in that they will get rid of the Bush tax cuts to fund their respective plans. see for yourself

06/12/2007
Giuliani Comments on Health Care
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Giuliani Comments on Health Care

In this video from the most recent presidential debate, Rudy Giuliani stresses the need to move away from a system of "government and employee dominated" health care towards one of individual ownership. He offers a plan of $15,000 tax deductions for families to pay for health care and health savings accounts.

06/12/2007
Do Away With Underperforming Public Schools
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Do Away With Underperforming Public Schools

Jonah Goldberg has written a good piece on why we need vouchers for public education. He cites the DC school system as a prime example of why the school system needs drastic reform.

06/12/2007
FreedomWorks Opposes Caterpillar's Involvement with USCAP
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FreedomWorks Opposes Caterpillar's Involvement with USCAP

View a .pdf of the letter  June 12, 2007 Mr. James W. OwensChief Executive OfficerCaterpillar, Inc.100 North East Adams StreetPeoria, IL 61629 Dear Mr. Owens, You recently acknowledged that excessive regulations harm Caterpillar’s bottom line, noting in your 2006 Annual Report to Stakeholders that Caterpillar’s on-highway truck engine business would drop significantly in 2007 due to new emissions regulations.

06/12/2007
70-Plus Groups Confront Caterpillar on Eve of Shareholder Meeting
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70-Plus Groups Confront Caterpillar on Eve of Shareholder Meeting

What Others are Saying (.pdf) Washington, D.C. – On the eve of the Caterpillar Corporation’s stockholders meeting inChicago, 70+ groups and companies have sent a letter to Caterpillar, Inc. CEO Jim Owens urging him to immediately withdraw Caterpillar from the United States Climate Action Partnership (USCAP). USCAP is a coalition of companies and environmental groups seeking to establish a cap-and-trade system for carbon emissions.

06/12/2007
The dirty truth about carbon offsets
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The dirty truth about carbon offsets

BY Matt Kibbe

The "do as I say but not as I do" philosophy of the liberal elite is on the rise. Consider President George W. Bush's 2005 proposal to fix Social Security by allowing workers a right to invest their own payroll tax dollars into personally owned, diversified stocks and bonds. These efforts were met with howls of indignation by wealthy liberals. The market, they argued, was too risky, and workers not quite bright enough to manage their own money. Never mind the aggressive stock strategies and fat returns on investments the elites themselves reap.

06/12/2007
Gore Supporter Caught Littering by FreedomWorks Protest Cam
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Blog Hit

Gore Supporter Caught Littering by FreedomWorks Protest Cam

BY Ken Shepherd

I got this in my Facebook inbox a few minutes ago from FreedomWorks staffer Brendan Steinhauser. The YouTube video (slight content warning for coarse language) is appended below the fold: We were protesting Gore's appearance at George Washington University when one of his supporters decided he didn't like what we were saying. What did he do? Watch!

06/12/2007
Florida Pushes for Bigger Role in 2008 Primary
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Florida Pushes for Bigger Role in 2008 Primary

Lawmakers in Florida have decided to move the presidential primary vote to January 29. Florida will hold the primary a week after early-bird New Hampshire and a week before February 5, or "Super Tuesday." Jim Greer, Chairman of the Florida Republican Party argues: We recognize the (national) party’s need to control the primaries, but individual states need to do what best benefits their voters. The full story can be found here.

06/11/2007
Architect of Denver’s Global Warming Plan Seeks to Benefit Financially
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Architect of Denver’s Global Warming Plan Seeks to Benefit Financially

Denver’s new global warming “Climate Action Plan,” is compromised from the top. The co-chairman of the task force, Benita Duran, is also an executive with the global firm CH2M HILL. Headquartered in Denver, CH2M HILL’s businesses include carbon offset consulting, renewable energy services, and supply- and demand-side energy management. The firm had over $4.5 billion in revenues last year. CH2M HILL is also a “major donor” to Mayor John Hicklenlooper’s political campaign giving $1,500 on April 30, 2007.

06/11/2007

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