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Slow Going for Gore
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Slow Going for Gore

It seems as though the Live Earth event will be a little greener- not because they're buying carbon offsets or promoting tour buses that run on biodeisel.

07/04/2007
The Times Reviews Sicko
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The Times Reviews Sicko

For the Times Online James Christopher, Chief Film Critic of The Times at the Cannes Film Festival, wrote a review of Michael Moore's new film 'Sicko'.

07/04/2007
Wisconsin Senate Democrats Want New Taxes on Individuals and Businesses
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Press Release

Wisconsin Senate Democrats Want New Taxes on Individuals and Businesses

This week, Wisconsin Senate Democrats are planning to push a budget plan that would raise taxes significantly for both citizens and businesses. Currently Wisconsin has the eighth heaviest tax burden. If the Democrat tax scheme is realized, Wisconsin would become the highest taxed state in the nation. FreedomWorks, a grassroots organization based in Washington, DC with 11,000 members in Wisconsin, urges Wisconsinites to fight the new tax plan.

07/03/2007
FreedomWorks Protests Congressman Shuler’s Anti-Energy Votes
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FreedomWorks Protests Congressman Shuler’s Anti-Energy Votes

On Monday, July 2 FreedomWorks activists, including the FreedomWorks Panda, will be making an appearance outside Congressman Heath Shuler’s Asheville office. The Panda will be joined by activists from FreedomWorks North Carolina to educate voters on recent votes Congressman Shuler has cast regarding gasoline prices and limiting domestic energy production, making America more dependent on foreign sources of energy. Allen Page, FreedomWorks’ Southeastern Director, commented:

07/02/2007
Frontline: iPhone Shows Need for New Wireless Network
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Frontline: iPhone Shows Need for New Wireless Network

BY Grant Gross

Complaints about the speed of the network that Apple Inc.'s new iPhone connects to points to the need for a new broadband wireless network in the U.S., said a businessman proposing one. The iPhone uses AT&T Inc.'s EDGE network, which AT&T says averages speeds of 100 kilobits to 150 kilobits per second. But one review in the Wall Street Journal called the network "pokey," and a review in the New York Times called the network "excruciatingly slow," saying users may "almost ache for a dial-up modem."

07/02/2007
Capital Flight
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Capital Flight

Be afraid when a Democrat-dominated, "influential House committee is set to hear testimony from all five commissioners of the Securities and Exchange Commission today—the first time that has happened in at least 10 years." Yes, the SEC is making a House call, as the Wall Street Journal put it. What new havoc will the SEC wrecking ball wreak? That's too early to tell. So far, according to FreedomWorks, the Republican Party's Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 has had the following effects on American capital markets:

07/02/2007
Economic Impact of a Federal Excise Tax
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Economic Impact of a Federal Excise Tax

The Tax Foundation recently released a report on the federal excise tax, SCHIP and a state by state breakdown of the economic impact of the tax increase. The report indicates that as many as 30 states will pay more than they receive from Senator Smith's proposal and will more than double the amount currently spent on SCHIP. Read the report for yourself and see how we will pay as a result of this regressive tax

07/01/2007
More Reasons to Say Al Gore is Incorrect
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More Reasons to Say Al Gore is Incorrect

James M. Taylor, a senior fellow at the Heartland Institute, couldn't make it any clearer. Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" is picked apart in a recent article published in the Chicago Sun-Times.

07/01/2007
Google Employee Bashes "Sicko"
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Google Employee Bashes "Sicko"

Over on the Google Health Advertising Blog last Thursday Lauren Turner wrote a post blasting Michael Moore's new movie Sicko.

07/01/2007
North Carolina Panda Press Release
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North Carolina Panda Press Release

Press Release Asheville, NC- On Monday, July 2 FreedomWorks activists, including the ‘stop pandering-Panda’ will be making an appearance outside Congressman Heath Schuler’s Asheville office. The Panda will be joined by 10-20 activists from FreedomWorks’ North Carolina chapter to educate voters on recent votes Congressman Schuler cast to gasoline prices and limit domestic energy production, making America more dependent on foreign sources of energy. The Freedom works Panda Poses with Al Gore Allen Page, FreedomWorks’ Southeast Director, commented:

07/01/2007

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