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FreedomWorks Tax Day Protests Earn Photos, News Coverage

North Carolina Tax Day activites included coverage in newspapers: Iredell Citizen, Statesville Landmark & Record, News Of Orange, and Northern Orange Xtra- mailer put out by The News Of Orange goes to all houses in Northern Orange County, 4,000 households.

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FreedomWorks Tax Day Protests Earn Photos, News Coverage

North Carolina Tax Day activites included coverage in newspapers: Iredell Citizen, Statesville Landmark & Record, News Of Orange, and Northern Orange Xtra- mailer put out by The News Of Orange goes to all houses in Northern Orange County, 4,000 households.

05/01/2006
FreedomWorks Tax Day Protests Earn Photo, News Story

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FreedomWorks Tax Day Protests Earn Photo, News Story

05/01/2006
FreedomWorks North Carolina Testifies at Telecom Hearing

As part of the ongoing campaign for more competition and less regulation, 40 FreedomWorks members from across North Carolina attended a recent committee hearing on telecom reform.

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FreedomWorks North Carolina Testifies at Telecom Hearing

As part of the ongoing campaign for more competition and less regulation, 40 FreedomWorks members from across North Carolina attended a recent committee hearing on telecom reform.

05/01/2006
Coalition of Free-Market Groups Warn of Problems with ‘Net-Neutrality’

Prominent members of the free-market movement joined together today to send a letter to the U.S. House of Representatives urging that they let the market, not bureaucrats, drive the future of the Internet. In the letter, FreedomWorks, Americans for Tax Reform, The Media Freedom Project, National Taxpayers Union, Americans for Prosperity, Free Enterprise Fund, Frontiers of Freedom, Center for Individual Freedom, Institute for Liberty, The Maine Heritage Policy Center, Grassroot Institute of Hawaii, Iowa Association of Scholars, and Citizen Outreach asked Congress to leave the Internet alone and not stifle future innovation.

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Coalition of Free-Market Groups Warn of Problems with ‘Net-Neutrality’

Prominent members of the free-market movement joined together today to send a letter to the U.S. House of Representatives urging that they let the market, not bureaucrats, drive the future of the Internet. In the letter, FreedomWorks, Americans for Tax Reform, The Media Freedom Project, National Taxpayers Union, Americans for Prosperity, Free Enterprise Fund, Frontiers of Freedom, Center for Individual Freedom, Institute for Liberty, The Maine Heritage Policy Center, Grassroot Institute of Hawaii, Iowa Association of Scholars, and Citizen Outreach asked Congress to leave the Internet alone and not stifle future innovation.

05/01/2006
Randall Thompson Radio Interview on the Frank Beckmann Show

Click here to listen to the MP3 of the broadcast Randall Thompson, director of the Midwest for Freedomworks, joins Frank Beckmann to talk about his organization's concerns regarding the 2006-07 Michigan budget recommended by the Granholm administration.

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Randall Thompson Radio Interview on the Frank Beckmann Show

Click here to listen to the MP3 of the broadcast Randall Thompson, director of the Midwest for Freedomworks, joins Frank Beckmann to talk about his organization's concerns regarding the 2006-07 Michigan budget recommended by the Granholm administration.

05/01/2006
The Problems with Network Neutrality

Network neutrality is the principle that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) should not discriminate against different types of content on the Internet. For example: With advances in technology, ISPs can pipe television programs over their broadband lines to compete with traditional cable, phone, and satellite video services. But video content is bandwidth-intensive, and therefore requires more resources for a smooth, error-free transmission. Network neutrality legislation would prohibit ISPs from giving priority treatment to video or voice content for an added fee.

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The Problems with Network Neutrality

BY Arpan Sura

Network neutrality is the principle that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) should not discriminate against different types of content on the Internet. For example: With advances in technology, ISPs can pipe television programs over their broadband lines to compete with traditional cable, phone, and satellite video services. But video content is bandwidth-intensive, and therefore requires more resources for a smooth, error-free transmission. Network neutrality legislation would prohibit ISPs from giving priority treatment to video or voice content for an added fee.

05/01/2006
Aurora stealth election canceled!

Thanks to the efforts of Arapahoe County Treasurer candidate Dan Kopelman, FreedomWorks Colorado state director Beth Skinner, the Libertarian Party of Colorado, KHOW radio talk show Colorado Exposed, the Aurora City Council and others, the Aurora Mental Health Center decided to cancel their seemingly stealth tax increase election scheduled for May 2. Living proof that grass roots efforts - especially, when performed with such a large base, can have a profound and lasting effect on public policy.

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Aurora stealth election canceled!

Thanks to the efforts of Arapahoe County Treasurer candidate Dan Kopelman, FreedomWorks Colorado state director Beth Skinner, the Libertarian Party of Colorado, KHOW radio talk show Colorado Exposed, the Aurora City Council and others, the Aurora Mental Health Center decided to cancel their seemingly stealth tax increase election scheduled for May 2. Living proof that grass roots efforts - especially, when performed with such a large base, can have a profound and lasting effect on public policy.

04/28/2006
FreedomWorks Key Votes in Support of Coburn Anti-Pork Amendments

On April 27, 2006, FreedomWorks sent the following letter to the U.S. Senate. Dear Senator: On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to VOTE YES on the 19 amendments being introduced by Sen. Coburn (R-OK) to cut pork projects for the emergency supplemental bill before the Senate and VOTE NO on any motion to kill the Coburn Amendments. The American taxpayers would be saved $2,680,850,000 were the Senate to cut the unnecessary projects targeted by these amendments.

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FreedomWorks Key Votes in Support of Coburn Anti-Pork Amendments

On April 27, 2006, FreedomWorks sent the following letter to the U.S. Senate. Dear Senator: On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to VOTE YES on the 19 amendments being introduced by Sen. Coburn (R-OK) to cut pork projects for the emergency supplemental bill before the Senate and VOTE NO on any motion to kill the Coburn Amendments. The American taxpayers would be saved $2,680,850,000 were the Senate to cut the unnecessary projects targeted by these amendments.

04/28/2006
Tax Poem

From Charlie Sykes' website, radio talker in Milwaukee: TAX POEM As legislators debate how to gut the Taxpayer Protection Act, this poem is floating around the internet (author unknown): TAX POEM Tax his land, tax his wage, Tax his bed in which he lays. Tax his tractor, tax his mule, Teach him taxes are the rule. Tax his cow, tax his goat, Tax his pants, tax his coat. Tax his ties, tax his shirts, Tax his work, tax his dirt. Tax his tobacco, tax his drink, Tax him if he tries to think.

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Tax Poem

From Charlie Sykes' website, radio talker in Milwaukee: TAX POEM As legislators debate how to gut the Taxpayer Protection Act, this poem is floating around the internet (author unknown): TAX POEM Tax his land, tax his wage, Tax his bed in which he lays. Tax his tractor, tax his mule, Teach him taxes are the rule. Tax his cow, tax his goat, Tax his pants, tax his coat. Tax his ties, tax his shirts, Tax his work, tax his dirt. Tax his tobacco, tax his drink, Tax him if he tries to think.

04/26/2006
Rep. Charles Taylor and His Brave Stand Against Pork

We all know how hard it is for Congressmen to stand up against pork-barrel spending, even if it is for seemingly uncontroversial federal waste like the "Bridge to Nowhere" or the "Johnny Appleseed Heritage Center." That's what makes Rep. Charles Taylor's vote against the $10m memorial to the victims of United Flt 93 so remarkable.

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Rep. Charles Taylor and His Brave Stand Against Pork

We all know how hard it is for Congressmen to stand up against pork-barrel spending, even if it is for seemingly uncontroversial federal waste like the "Bridge to Nowhere" or the "Johnny Appleseed Heritage Center." That's what makes Rep. Charles Taylor's vote against the $10m memorial to the victims of United Flt 93 so remarkable.

04/24/2006

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