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Sweet Talk: Time for Congress to Have a Conversation on Sugar Policy

Whether it be through taxes, regulations, or other big government policies, the federal government is quite adept at finding ways to sap money out of your wallet and into government coffers and the pockets of big special interests. One would think that the least likely suspect to drain your bank account would be sugar. It sweetens our coffee and other sweet treats we enjoy on a daily basis. However, U.S. sugar policy has been causing incredible economic harm to American consumers for years.

04/18/2018
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Press Release

FreedomWorks: Arizona, Stop the Protectionism

FreedomWorks Vice President of Legislative Affairs Jason Pye released the following statement after the Arizona House Committee on Military, Veterans, and Regulatory Affairs advanced House Bill 2011, which would increase competition for customers looking to get their hair blow dried, straitened, or styled without the use of chemicals:

01/30/2018
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Is TPP Free Trade and Should We Support It?

In February of 2016, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”) deal was signed by 12-member states – Australia, the United States, New Zealand, Peru, Malaysia, Canada, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, Mexico, Brunei, and Chile - after several years of negotiations. The deal was technically reached in October 2015, followed in November by the release of the trade deal’s text comprised of a whopping 30 chapters of information.

09/12/2016
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The New Smoot-Hawley: Protectionism Is Bad for American Businesses, Workers, and Consumers

In 1930, Congress passed the Tariff Act introduced by Sen. Reed Smoot (R-Utah) and Rep. Willis Hawley (R-Ore.). The bill raised tariffs -- or taxes paid on imports into the United States -- on more than 20,000 imported goods. Against the advice of more than 1,000 economists, President Herbert Hoover signed Smoot-Hawley into law.

04/05/2016
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Op-ed Placement

Where Trump Is Wrong on Trade

Pat Buchanan recently penned a passionate defense of Donald Trump’s trade policies, defending the argument that free trade hurts Americans and that protectionism is required to keep a nation strong.

03/06/2016
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Economic Favoritism A-OK in the Second Circuit

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld a restriction that limits the use of teeth-whitening LED lights to licensed dentists. Not only does this requirement make no sense, the court reached some extreme conclusions in their decision.

08/05/2015
Phony "Tea Party" Candidate Peddling Protectionism and Failed Economic Policy
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Phony "Tea Party" Candidate Peddling Protectionism and Failed Economic Policy

Did you hear the joke about how a “Tea Party” candidate in Western New York supports tax increases, tariffs and refuses to reform the federal budget?  Karl Marx, a philosophical ally of Republican turned Democrat turned Tea Party chameleon Jack Davis would have mused, “History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.”

05/11/2011