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Tax Cuts and Revenue Hikes

Sen. Gordon Smith had his work cut out for him. Addressing the 42nd Dorchester Conference last weekend, the Oregon Republican said he had come to Seaside to buck up the Republican throng. President Bush's sagging poll numbers, the Dubai ports deal, Jack Abramoff, the upcoming congressional elections -- now why would he want to do that? And would anything less than handing out Prozac do the job?

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Tax Cuts and Revenue Hikes

BY David Reinhard

Sen. Gordon Smith had his work cut out for him. Addressing the 42nd Dorchester Conference last weekend, the Oregon Republican said he had come to Seaside to buck up the Republican throng. President Bush's sagging poll numbers, the Dubai ports deal, Jack Abramoff, the upcoming congressional elections -- now why would he want to do that? And would anything less than handing out Prozac do the job?

03/09/2006
County Commission Majority Are True Republicans, Not Like Other RINOs

Dear Editor, Your editorial of Feb. 15 was most becoming for what is the liberal media of the day. I am sure the editorial writers at the New York Times would blush with envy. It really doesn't matter what part of this country you live, the liberal media is all the same. To set the record straight, we have, for the first time since 1986, a true Republican majority on the Commission: Masters, Hensley, and Saylor, who put you, the taxpayer, first and bring government spending under control.

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County Commission Majority Are True Republicans, Not Like Other RINOs

BY Larry Greene

Dear Editor, Your editorial of Feb. 15 was most becoming for what is the liberal media of the day. I am sure the editorial writers at the New York Times would blush with envy. It really doesn't matter what part of this country you live, the liberal media is all the same. To set the record straight, we have, for the first time since 1986, a true Republican majority on the Commission: Masters, Hensley, and Saylor, who put you, the taxpayer, first and bring government spending under control.

03/09/2006
Lethal Ignorance

This piece was originally published March 5, 2006 in the Washington Times. If you really like apple pie, and you could have one-third of a 2 pound pie or half of a 1 pound pie, which would you choose? This grade school math problem is very similar to the problem politicians and economic policymakers face in deciding whether to distribute smaller pieces of a bigger pie, or vice versa. Their decisions tell us much about their real motives.

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Lethal Ignorance

This piece was originally published March 5, 2006 in the Washington Times. If you really like apple pie, and you could have one-third of a 2 pound pie or half of a 1 pound pie, which would you choose? This grade school math problem is very similar to the problem politicians and economic policymakers face in deciding whether to distribute smaller pieces of a bigger pie, or vice versa. Their decisions tell us much about their real motives.

03/05/2006
Lethal Ignorance

If you really like apple pie, and you could have one-third of a 2 pound pie or half of a 1 pound pie, which would you choose? This grade school math problem is very similar to the problem politicians and economic policymakers face in deciding whether to distribute smaller pieces of a bigger pie, or vice versa. Their decisions tell us much about their real motives.

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Lethal Ignorance

BY Richard W. Rahn

If you really like apple pie, and you could have one-third of a 2 pound pie or half of a 1 pound pie, which would you choose? This grade school math problem is very similar to the problem politicians and economic policymakers face in deciding whether to distribute smaller pieces of a bigger pie, or vice versa. Their decisions tell us much about their real motives.

03/05/2006
Beth Skinner guest hosts on KFKA Monday morning

The folks at 1310 AM KFKA in Greeley are crazy enough to let Team Skinner & Dunn sub again so we'll be filling in for Amy Oliver this Monday, March 6, from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. MST -- to listen online go to www.1310kfka.com. We'll be joined by guests Brendan Steinhauser the author of The Conservative Revolution: How to Win the Battle for College Campuses and State Treasurer Mark Hillman.

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Beth Skinner guest hosts on KFKA Monday morning

The folks at 1310 AM KFKA in Greeley are crazy enough to let Team Skinner & Dunn sub again so we'll be filling in for Amy Oliver this Monday, March 6, from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. MST -- to listen online go to www.1310kfka.com. We'll be joined by guests Brendan Steinhauser the author of The Conservative Revolution: How to Win the Battle for College Campuses and State Treasurer Mark Hillman.

03/04/2006
FreedomWorks at California State GOP Convention in San Jose

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FreedomWorks at California State GOP Convention in San Jose

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03/03/2006
FreedomWorks Grassroots Effort Helps Defeat Universal Preschool Bill in Vermont

MONTPELLIER, Vt., March 3. FreedomWorks Vermont played a critical role in defeating Senate Bill 132. Instead, the Education committee voted to "study" the issue some more... until January 2007.

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FreedomWorks Grassroots Effort Helps Defeat Universal Preschool Bill in Vermont

MONTPELLIER, Vt., March 3. FreedomWorks Vermont played a critical role in defeating Senate Bill 132. Instead, the Education committee voted to "study" the issue some more... until January 2007.

03/03/2006
Governor Mitch Daniels is Hailing the Telecommunications Reform Bill

Daniels says he’s been told by industry experts and other governors that Indiana’s bill is the best in America. The intent of the legislation is to provide greater access to high speed internet. A recent national survey of CEO’s in “Site Selection” magazine found that broadband communication is the most important factor in drawing companies to a particular state. Independent think-tank, Freedom Works” says 20,000 new jobs will likely be created with these reforms. But, not everyone is for it. Opponents fear it will actually lead to higher rates for consumers.

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Governor Mitch Daniels is Hailing the Telecommunications Reform Bill

Daniels says he’s been told by industry experts and other governors that Indiana’s bill is the best in America. The intent of the legislation is to provide greater access to high speed internet. A recent national survey of CEO’s in “Site Selection” magazine found that broadband communication is the most important factor in drawing companies to a particular state. Independent think-tank, Freedom Works” says 20,000 new jobs will likely be created with these reforms. But, not everyone is for it. Opponents fear it will actually lead to higher rates for consumers.

03/02/2006
RUNAWAY: Congress Adds $3 Trillion to Debt

The U.S. Senate is preparing to vote to raise the federal debt ceiling this month. According to Treasury, the total debt held by the public combined with intra-governmental holdings, or securities held by government accounts, stood at $8.27 trillion as of the end of February. The federal debt has increased $3 trillion since 2002.

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RUNAWAY: Congress Adds $3 Trillion to Debt

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The U.S. Senate is preparing to vote to raise the federal debt ceiling this month. According to Treasury, the total debt held by the public combined with intra-governmental holdings, or securities held by government accounts, stood at $8.27 trillion as of the end of February. The federal debt has increased $3 trillion since 2002.

03/01/2006
House Approves Telecom Reform Bill

Phone prices and service will be deregulated and the state will take on oversight of cable television after the House of Representatives passed a sweeping telecommunications reform bill. The bill passed Tuesday by a vote of 78-18 as the House concurred with changes made to the bill last month by the Indiana Senate. The bill now goes to Gov. Mitch Daniels. He indicated in a written statement Tuesday that he will sign it. But the state's two largest phone companies -- AT&T and Verizon -- remained vague about any changes they plan once the law takes effect on March 28.

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House Approves Telecom Reform Bill

BY J.K. Wall

Phone prices and service will be deregulated and the state will take on oversight of cable television after the House of Representatives passed a sweeping telecommunications reform bill. The bill passed Tuesday by a vote of 78-18 as the House concurred with changes made to the bill last month by the Indiana Senate. The bill now goes to Gov. Mitch Daniels. He indicated in a written statement Tuesday that he will sign it. But the state's two largest phone companies -- AT&T and Verizon -- remained vague about any changes they plan once the law takes effect on March 28.

03/01/2006

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