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Video: "This is Now About Accountability"
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Video: "This is Now About Accountability"

As we promised yesterday, here is the video from the press conference FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe participated in along with other free-market organizations at the National Press Club.

02/13/2009
Key Vote "No" H.R. 1: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
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Key Vote "No" H.R. 1: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

On behalf of hundreds of thousands of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to vote NO on H.R. 1: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.  The compromises behind closed doors this week have made the bill no less acceptable to anyone who values fiscal responsibility and loves freedom. It is highly irresponsible of Congress to rush through a spending bill of this tremendous magnitude without taking the time to fully consider all its parts and give the public time for input.  In fact, the bill, which weighs in at over 1,000 pages, was only made available to Congress at 11 p.m. last night.  This is hardly the new era of transparency and openness promised by the new administration and provides plenty of cover for legislators to slip in their favorite pork projects.

02/13/2009
An Open Letter to Majority Leader Reid and President Obama
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An Open Letter to Majority Leader Reid and President Obama

To: Senate Majority Leader Reid, President ObamaAmericans face a time of great economic challenge, and have watched with equally great interest as the House of Representatives and now the Senate have crafted legislation designed to address that challenge. Last night, news of a compromise was announced in the Senate that would provide the sixty votes required to move the bill forward. As of the writing, however, the full details of the compromise have not been made public, and no legislative text has been published for open review.

02/07/2009
CBO: Obama Stimulus Will Hurt the Economy
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CBO: Obama Stimulus Will Hurt the Economy

The CBO says that the Obama/Reid/Pelosi Debt Plan will actually do more long-term harm to the economy than if government did nothing, the Washington Times reports (h/t Club for Growth):

02/06/2009
Obama Legislature's Ghost Writer?
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Obama Legislature's Ghost Writer?

This morning I was reading an interesting article in The Washington Times.My favorite paragraph:Sen. Susan Collins, Maine Republican, told reporters after meeting with the president that she thinks the White House should have written the stimulus bill instead of offering broad principles to Congress for it to craft the plan.I hope this is sarcasm, but I fear even my naturally optimistic attitude won’t allow that.

02/05/2009
Tom Daschle: "Tax Cheaters Cheat Us All"
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Tom Daschle: "Tax Cheaters Cheat Us All"

The Washington Times gets in one-last parting shot to disgraced cabinet-nominee Tom Daschle with a steaming bucket of irony:

02/04/2009
You know Obama is lying about economics when...
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You know Obama is lying about economics when...

(a) He talks about economics (b) He says he believes in lower government spending (c) Even the left-leaning Associated Press says he's misleading voters (d) All of the above For today's installment of answer (d), see today's AP article on Obama's infomercial last night: "Obama's prime-time ad skips over budget realities"

10/30/2008
The Obama Spendorama
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The Obama Spendorama

On Wednesday afternoon, Senator Wayne Allard (R-CO) introduced an amendment to the Senate Budget Bill. The amendment, which he called "The Obama Spendorama" went down to defeat, with Allard himself voting against it, but it brought an important point to the forefront of the budget debate. You can read my entire discussion of the amendment at HumanEvents.com.

03/13/2008
Tonight's the night
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Tonight's the night

Tonight is a very important night. Not only will the endless TV and radio commercials finally stop, but I get to caucus! I'll show up early to East High School in Sioux City- still undecided- to join in the democratic process. I'll let the campaign members try to convince me. If they don't, I'm caucusing for Milton Friedman. Like Peter said in a previous post, victories for either Huckabee or Edwards would be disastrous.

01/02/2008

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