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FreedomWorks Backs the Preventing IRS Abuse and Protecting Free Speech Act

Following the markup of Rep. Peter Roskam’s (R-Ill.) Preventing IRS Abuse and Protecting Free Speech Act (H.R. 5053) in the House Ways and Means Committee, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon commented:

04/28/2016
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Two Scoops of Hypocrisy

“Would you like your socialism in a waffle cone or a bowl?”

04/21/2016
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Proposed Amendment to Alabama Constitution Would Have Chilling Effect on Political Speech

Ahead of a vote on a proposed amendment (SB 356) to the Alabama Constitution that would severely restrict political speech, FreedomWorks National Director of Grassroots Noah Wall commented:

04/04/2016
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FreedomWorks Foundation Reacts to IRS Withdrawal of Giving Rule

Following the news that the Internal Revenue Service withdrew its proposed giving regulations, which would have pressured non-profits to collect the Social Security numbers of donors, FreedomWorks Foundation CEO Adam Brandon commented:

01/07/2016
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FreedomWorks Foundation Drives More Than 9,000 Comments Against IRS Giving Rule

FreedomWorks Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has driven more than 9,000 comments against a rule proposed by the Internal Revenue Service that could reduce gift-giving. Comments sent via the FreedomWorks Foundation’s Regulatory Action Center represent nearly 25 percent of the approximately 38,000 comments the IRS received.

12/29/2015
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FreedomWorks’ Digital Bill of Rights

As more and more of our activities move online and the internet plays an integral role in our day to day lives, it must be remembered that the rights we enjoy as American citizens do not stop at technology’s doorstep. It is important, therefore, to ensure that the protections established in the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights serve Americans in the digital world just as effectively as they do in the real world. With this in mind, we therefore propose a Digital Bill of Rights:

12/10/2015
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The IRS's Plan to Chill Charitable Giving

Don’t you love donating to causes you believe in? Don’t you love that warm fuzzy feeling from knowing that contributing to a worthy cause? And don’t you especially love that you can support whatever organization you choose anonymously? That last one is especially important given the news over the last few years that the IRS has been targeting conservatives with audits and denial of tax-free status for nakedly political reasons. Well, if the IRS has their way, this may be a luxury that will soon go the way of the dinosaur. A new rule is proposing that non-profit organizations collect the “tax identification numbers” of all their donors who give over $250. For you and me, that means our Social Security numbers.

11/18/2015
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Williams-Yulee v. The Florida Bar: Free Speech is Worth Full Protection

While we may not agree with all speech we come across, it is important for liberty-minded individuals to defend all constitutionally protected speech. If we do not protect speech that we may not agree with, or that is of limited importance to us, there will be fewer people willing to defend speech that we care deeply about. Also, once the Supreme Court rules some speech can be restricted and still withstand constitutional scrutiny, it becomes easier for the Court to rule other speech can be restricted as well.

01/26/2015
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Supreme Court Spotlight: Free Speech, Facebook, and “True Threats”

After being estranged from his wife and fired from his job, Anthony Elonis began posting a series of disturbing Facebook statuses that spoke of harming and killing his ex-wife, initiating “the most heinous school-shooting ever imagined,” and blowing up FBI agents.

12/17/2014
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FEC Democrats set their sights on censoring Internet-based political speech

There is no more powerful of a tool in today's political discourse than the Internet. It has decentralized the flow of information by allowing Americans to do their own research on the issues concerning them and their families as well as comparing candidates who are running for local, state, and federal office. Democrats on the Federal Election Commission (FEC), however, are looking to, for the first time, regulate online political speech.

10/27/2014

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