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Sequestration and the Dire Effects to State Budgets
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Sequestration and the Dire Effects to State Budgets

With Congress set to convene to tackle sequestration and the fiscal cliff, the talk has once again centered around federal budget cuts and their potential effects. Tax hikes are back on the table, according to a few prominent Republicans this weekend. A large number of difficult military cuts looms. But few are thinking about the other layers of public spending that will be affected. State budgets will see massive effects from a potent mix of direct spending cuts and revenue reductions based, ironically, on the expiration of the Bush Tax Cuts.

11/26/2012
Obama: Is He Shockingly Uninformed?
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Obama: Is He Shockingly Uninformed?

As I have previously pointed out, if you can successfully divorce the cool persona from the words he speaks, President Obama plainly and often tells us exactly what he thinks, believes and intends. And when you listen to or read the words he says, it becomes abundantly clear that he is dedicated to a big government solution for every problem - whether real or imaginary.

09/19/2012
According to Obama, the Government Built Your Business
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According to Obama, the Government Built Your Business

Barack Obama has yet again taken credit away from individual success and attributed it to the government, sending small business owners one simple message: “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.” If this doesn’t further prove that Obama is unfit to lead a country based on the splendor of a free market system, then I’m at a loss as to what will.

07/17/2012
US Economy threatened in wake of Obama's Taxmageddon
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US Economy threatened in wake of Obama's Taxmageddon

Obama seems to have one goal in mind this election: creating an even greater gap between Republicans and Democrats. I must admit, he’s doing a great job of it, stoking class warfare and feeding the media and his supporters left-wing lies. Did you hear the GOP is nothing but a bunch of wealthy and corrupt people that have no interest in the good of the lower and middle class citizens?

07/13/2012
Can We Stop Calling The So-Called “Bush Tax Cuts” Temporary?
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Can We Stop Calling The So-Called “Bush Tax Cuts” Temporary?

"Collecting more taxes than is absolutely necessary is legalized robbery." —President Calvin CoolidgeAt FreedomWorks, we have a saying that goes, “Lower Taxes + Less Government = More Freedom”. It’s a fairly simple, yet effective formula with an end in mind that virtually all Americans would agree is desirable. So why is it so difficult to accomplish in the modern political world? The answer boils down in part to the difference between how the federal government treats tax cuts and spending hikes.

01/27/2012
Letter to Senate: Support Tax Deal To Extend 2001 and 2003 Tax Cuts
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Letter to Senate: Support Tax Deal To Extend 2001 and 2003 Tax Cuts

Dear Senator,FreedomWorks is a leading grassroots organization with over a million members fighting for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom.  I am writing today to offer our support for the general framework for the compromise tax proposal announced by President Obama and leaders in Congress.  It is not our ideal proposal, but it is worth supporting while concurrently pushing for a major overhaul of the entire tax code and major spending reductions.

12/09/2010
Key Vote No: H.R. 4853 So-Called Middle Class Tax Relief Act
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Key Vote No: H.R. 4853 So-Called Middle Class Tax Relief Act

Dear Senator,

12/03/2010
Tax Hikes on the Rich Won't Work
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Tax Hikes on the Rich Won't Work

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) have made it clear that they will strive to raise taxes on all families making over $250,000 annually on January 1st. According to Nancy Pelosi, “I see no justification for giving a tax break…for the wealthiest people in America…the tax cuts at the high end have increased the deficit enormously.”

09/27/2010
Boehner: Extend Tax Cuts to All Americans Immediately
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Boehner: Extend Tax Cuts to All Americans Immediately

Earlier today, Minority Leader Boehner pressed Nancy Pelosi to commit to an up-or-down vote on legislation that would stop all of the upcoming 2011 tax hikes before Congress adjourns for the fall.

09/16/2010
Obama v. Kennedy on Tax Hikes
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Obama v. Kennedy on Tax Hikes

During President Obama’s speech in Cleveland, he indicated that he still wants to raise taxes on small businesses making over $250,000 a year on January 1st. He criticized House Minority Leader John Boehner for wanting to extend  tax cuts to the "rich" claiming that these were "not new ideas." He stated: 

09/09/2010

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