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03/21/2006
Making a Real Difference

This piece was originally published in the Washington Times on March 20, 2006. If you were a very wealthy person and you really wanted to improve the lot of your fellow man by donating a large sum of money in the most cost-effective way possible, what would you do? According to the new Forbes list of the richest people, there are almost 800 billionaires in the world. Many of them are engaged in philanthropic work and give huge sums for programs to help the world's poor by providing medical care, schooling, housing and other desirable programs.

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Making a Real Difference

This piece was originally published in the Washington Times on March 20, 2006. If you were a very wealthy person and you really wanted to improve the lot of your fellow man by donating a large sum of money in the most cost-effective way possible, what would you do? According to the new Forbes list of the richest people, there are almost 800 billionaires in the world. Many of them are engaged in philanthropic work and give huge sums for programs to help the world's poor by providing medical care, schooling, housing and other desirable programs.

03/20/2006
Making a Real Difference

If you were a very wealthy person and you really wanted to improve the lot of your fellow man by donating a large sum of money in the most cost-effective way possible, what would you do? According to the new Forbes list of the richest people, there are almost 800 billionaires in the world. Many of them are engaged in philanthropic work and give huge sums for programs to help the world's poor by providing medical care, schooling, housing and other desirable programs.

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Making a Real Difference

BY Richard W. Rahn

If you were a very wealthy person and you really wanted to improve the lot of your fellow man by donating a large sum of money in the most cost-effective way possible, what would you do? According to the new Forbes list of the richest people, there are almost 800 billionaires in the world. Many of them are engaged in philanthropic work and give huge sums for programs to help the world's poor by providing medical care, schooling, housing and other desirable programs.

03/20/2006
'I'm spending and I can't let up'

'I'm spending and I can't let up' By Mark Nichols and Brandon Dutcher This article was originally carried by The Daily Oklahoman on 3/18/2006 and can be found online at: http://newsok.com/article/1789636/ Is it just us, or is anyone else troubled by Gov. Brad Henry's proposal to spend $7.15 billion next year?

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'I'm spending and I can't let up'

'I'm spending and I can't let up' By Mark Nichols and Brandon Dutcher This article was originally carried by The Daily Oklahoman on 3/18/2006 and can be found online at: http://newsok.com/article/1789636/ Is it just us, or is anyone else troubled by Gov. Brad Henry's proposal to spend $7.15 billion next year?

03/19/2006
Dispute Flares Over Measure in Missouri on Cable TV Competition

JEFFERSON CITY - With an army of lobbyists and a barrage of television ads, AT&T and the cable television industry are locked in a legislative slugfest that could have a lasting effect on cable rates and service in the state of Missouri. The dispute flared up earlier this month when state legislators began debating a bill to abolish the system of local government franchise agreements, which require cable operators to sign service contracts with city and county governments.

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Dispute Flares Over Measure in Missouri on Cable TV Competition

BY Jonathan Rivoli

JEFFERSON CITY - With an army of lobbyists and a barrage of television ads, AT&T and the cable television industry are locked in a legislative slugfest that could have a lasting effect on cable rates and service in the state of Missouri. The dispute flared up earlier this month when state legislators began debating a bill to abolish the system of local government franchise agreements, which require cable operators to sign service contracts with city and county governments.

03/18/2006
Nat'l Debt Ceiling: $9 Trillion

The federal government continues to grow at a runaway pace, and the Senate voted this week to increase the national debt limit yet again. Trillions more in debt to China as Congress mortgages our future for more ridiculous local earmarks. With the exception of a few bold conservatives in the House and Senate, there is almost no spending discipline or leadership in Washington. More coverage

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Nat'l Debt Ceiling: $9 Trillion

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The federal government continues to grow at a runaway pace, and the Senate voted this week to increase the national debt limit yet again. Trillions more in debt to China as Congress mortgages our future for more ridiculous local earmarks. With the exception of a few bold conservatives in the House and Senate, there is almost no spending discipline or leadership in Washington. More coverage

03/17/2006
GOP Balloons Welfare Rolls

USA Today's headline story yesterday details the depressing state of affairs in Washington. "Federal Aid Programs Expand at Record Rate" notes:

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GOP Balloons Welfare Rolls

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USA Today's headline story yesterday details the depressing state of affairs in Washington. "Federal Aid Programs Expand at Record Rate" notes:

03/17/2006
St. Patrick's Day Recess Kit

Click here to download a .pdf of the Tax Backgrounder Click here to download a .pdf of the Telecom Backgrounder

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St. Patrick's Day Recess Kit

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03/17/2006
What is Telecom Reform?

Over the last year and a half, several states have adopted sweeping telecommunications reform. Today, more statewide reform appears imminent. Spurred by the evolution of technology and the effect of grassroots activism for regulatory reform, national telecommunications reforms are already on the horizon. And with good reason. Since the passage of the 1996 Telecommunications Act, outdated rules and red tape have shackled the deployment of broadband Internet and cable television. As European and Asian countries surpass the U.S. in broadband deployment, legislators and scholars agree that to achieve a competitive technological market, the government must streamline its rules and get out of the way whenever possible. Unfortunately, some in the House are taking a more regulatory approach that will cost consumers and delay deployment. In this backgrounder, we will discuss and debunk some of the unfortunate proposals that are gaining ground in the debate over telecommunications reform.

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What is Telecom Reform?

Over the last year and a half, several states have adopted sweeping telecommunications reform. Today, more statewide reform appears imminent. Spurred by the evolution of technology and the effect of grassroots activism for regulatory reform, national telecommunications reforms are already on the horizon. And with good reason. Since the passage of the 1996 Telecommunications Act, outdated rules and red tape have shackled the deployment of broadband Internet and cable television. As European and Asian countries surpass the U.S. in broadband deployment, legislators and scholars agree that to achieve a competitive technological market, the government must streamline its rules and get out of the way whenever possible. Unfortunately, some in the House are taking a more regulatory approach that will cost consumers and delay deployment. In this backgrounder, we will discuss and debunk some of the unfortunate proposals that are gaining ground in the debate over telecommunications reform.

03/17/2006
Florida FreedomWorks Wins Victory for Private Property Rights

St. Augustine, Fl. The St Augustine – St Johns County Airport Authority used the power of eminent domain repeatedly in the last few years to take long established homes to make way for general aviation hangers.

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Florida FreedomWorks Wins Victory for Private Property Rights

St. Augustine, Fl. The St Augustine – St Johns County Airport Authority used the power of eminent domain repeatedly in the last few years to take long established homes to make way for general aviation hangers.

03/17/2006

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