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The Turtle War
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The Turtle War

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10/05/2006
Quality Child Care Unmasked In Wyoming!
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Quality Child Care Unmasked In Wyoming!

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10/05/2006
FreedomWorks calls for Stop Over Spending (SOS) Legislation
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FreedomWorks calls for Stop Over Spending (SOS) Legislation

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10/05/2006
South Carolina GOTV Distributes Thousands of Cards
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South Carolina GOTV Distributes Thousands of Cards

LANCASTER, SOUTH CAROLINA.  On Tuesday, October 3rd, FreedomWorks volunteers passed out 1,000 of cards (pictured below) in Lancaster SC, and at the Bowater Paper Mill   Joe St. John, the South Carolina FreedomWorks volunteer leader, reportst that that he and a dozen other members did another 300 this past weekend.  Other chapter leaders are distributing more flyers in Rock Hill.  Great work everyone!

10/05/2006
Oregon FreedomWorks Issue PAC Launches Two Ballot Measure Campaign Web Sites
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Oregon FreedomWorks Issue PAC Launches Two Ballot Measure Campaign Web Sites

There are two new resources available for Oregonians preparing to make a decision on key ballot measures this November, both built by Oregon FreedomWorks Issue PAC.

10/05/2006
The Turtle War
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The Turtle War

BY Richard W. Rahn

GRAND CAYMAN, the Cayman Islands Turtle Farm. If people were not allowed to own chickens and if chicken eggs and meat could not be legally sold, how many chickens would there be? The reason chickens, cattle, catfish, and goldfish are not endangered is because they are owned by private parties, bred and raised in captivity, and sold for commercial profit hence there are billions of these animals. The poor sea turtle is endangered precisely because the global environmental lobby refuses to let sea turtles be commercially farmed and marketed.

10/05/2006
Wall Street Journal Touts Some Good News on Medicare
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Wall Street Journal Touts Some Good News on Medicare

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File this in the "Titanic Sinks Less Quickly" category.

10/04/2006
Fed Chairman Asks "Will We Treat Future Generations Fairly?"
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Fed Chairman Asks "Will We Treat Future Generations Fairly?"

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In a speech today before the Washington Economic Club, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke warned the nation about its perilous fiscal situation. As the baby boom generation retires, entitlement spending will place a crushing tax burden on the remaining American workers. Bernanke described this harrowing future:

10/04/2006
Stop Overspending
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Stop Overspending

BY John McClaughry

Candidates almost unanimously report that taxes — especially education property taxes — are the single hottest state issue on this year's campaign trail. And rightly so. Tax Commissioner Tom Pelham has observed that Vermont's spending per pupil is third highest in the nation, our pupil-teacher ratio (10.9:1) is the lowest in the nation, and education spending is climbing at 6.6 percent a year since implementation of Act 60, even as the number of pupils has decreased by 7.7 percent.

10/04/2006
Alpine Races See Partisan Politics
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Alpine Races See Partisan Politics

BY Anne Krueger

Candidates for the Alpine Union School District board may disagree on their politics, but they all say they're happy with much of the way the East County district is running. Test scores are high. The school system, which serves 2,300 students from kindergarten through eighth grade, is managed well. Teachers are generally satisfied. “There's nothing severely broken in the Alpine school district,” said Gina Henke, one of six candidates.

10/04/2006

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