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Rush to implement U-Pre-K in Rutland is a disservice totaxpayers, childcare providers, and children
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Rush to implement U-Pre-K in Rutland is a disservice totaxpayers, childcare providers, and children

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08/11/2006
Education Should Come Before Ideology, Politics
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Education Should Come Before Ideology, Politics

BY Max Pappas

From coast to coast, families, because of their ZIP code, have little choice but to send their children to the failing and sometimes dangerous government schools in their neighborhood. Those with the means to do so —like most members of Congress —can free their children from these failing schools. Those of more modest incomes are not as fortunate —unless, that is, they live in one of the increasing number of states allowing and encouraging school choice.

08/11/2006
Nationalized Oil To Blame for High Gas Prices?
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Nationalized Oil To Blame for High Gas Prices?

The Economist argues in Really Big Oil that national oil companies controlling 90% of the world’s reserves are to blame for high prices.  It has an interesting suggestion to those who do not like oil for various reasons; thank the national companies for their inefficiencies and for restricting world supply.

08/10/2006
Opponents of Stop Overspending Afraid of Voters
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Opponents of Stop Overspending Afraid of Voters

Many opponents of TABOR laws, like the Stop Overspending ballot initiative in Nebraska, claim that it will starve necessary government programs.  If these programs are necessary, it should be easy to convince voters that they are necessary as well.  However, a lawsuit to strike the Nebraska Stop Overspending initiative from the ballot seems like a desperate attempt to prevent citizens from voting on spending limits.  It seems that that opponents of spending limits have no confidence that they can convince voters that their programs are so vital that they deserve increases at double the rate of inflation every year.  The same cannot be said of politicians and lobbyists.

08/09/2006
Time Running Out for Video Choice Bill
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Time Running Out for Video Choice Bill

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08/09/2006
Grassroots Powerhouse Continues to Grow
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Grassroots Powerhouse Continues to Grow

FreedomWorks is pleased to welcome Lesley Albanese, who joins the national grassroots advocacy organization as Vice President for Development. Ms. Albanese is a nine year veteran of the Cato Institute. For the past four years, Lesley served as the Director of External Affairs and member of the senior management team of the Cato Institute. Her responsibilities included development strategy, donor relations and special events.

08/09/2006
Recess Appointments: FreedomWorks NC Lobbies for Telecom Reform
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Recess Appointments: FreedomWorks NC Lobbies for Telecom Reform

NORTH CAROLINA.  FreedomWorks members continued to press their federal delegation to support passing telecommunications reform this year.  Visits included the offices of Senator Dole and Burr on August 8, 2006.

08/09/2006
Time Running Out for Video Choice Bill
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Time Running Out for Video Choice Bill

BY Joyce Krawiec

It’s late summer and the House has already hit the turf campaigning in their districts. For the Senate there isn’t much left of this year’s legislative calendar, and as many commentators have noticed, their inability to pass much substantive legislation may cost Republicans control of Congress.

08/09/2006
Matt Dunn Wins Colorado Primary Race
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Matt Dunn Wins Colorado Primary Race

Matt Dunn, the only candidate in House District 38 who pledged to protect taxpayers, won his primary victory last night. FreedomWorks activists engaged in targeted lit drops in that district to let citizens know about Dunn’s policy positions. Dunn has also vowed to fight for true health care reform and to protect property rights.

08/08/2006
FreedomWorks Meeting in Missouri Aug. 14th
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FreedomWorks Meeting in Missouri Aug. 14th

FreedomWorks is proud to introduce Terri Brennan as our new Volunteer Chapter Leader for St. Louis, Missouri. 

08/08/2006

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