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Drowning in Debt Vs. Government Shutdown: Which Would You Prefer?

BY Adam Brandon

Federal spending Opens a New Window. so far this year has already topped $3 trillion -- a new record for the first eight months of the year -- and Congress Opens a New Window. is once again coming up on an appropriations deal impasse.

06/17/2019
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'Expert Opinion' is Wrong Again

BY Adam Brandon

Remember a few months back, when the so-called experts in the room warned us that the partial government shutdown would ruin the economy? Boy, were they wrong.

04/30/2019
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Regulatory Action Center Review - February 8, 2019

Welcome to FreedomWorks Foundation’s third regulatory review of 2019! Our Regulatory Action Center proudly updates you with our favorite tidbits from the swamp. We want to smash barriers between bureaucracy and the American people by delivering regulatory news straight to FreedomWorks activists. Check back in two weeks for the next edition.

02/08/2019
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FreedomWorks on Shutdown: “This Entire Situation Could Have Been Avoided”

FreedomWorks Vice President of Legislative Affairs Jason Pye made the following statement following the cloture vote to break a Democratic filibuster on the continuing resolution, H.R. 195, in the Senate:

01/22/2018
In DC and New York, Politicians Try to Score Cheap Points at the Expense of Charter Schools
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In DC and New York, Politicians Try to Score Cheap Points at the Expense of Charter Schools

Charter schools are being hit once again this week, and people are fighting back. Earlier this week, as many as 17,000 thousands advocates for charter schools gathered in New York City, after a successful such gathering last year drew thousands more public school parents.

10/10/2013
Denying Death Benefits: President Obama's Dereliction of Duty
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Denying Death Benefits: President Obama's Dereliction of Duty

I’m a political junkie, I have been since I was a little boy. I understand political maneuvering, spinning stories, manufacturing rage and dodging PR nightmares.  Anyone who has been in this field for more than half an hour knows politics is a blood sport. Today however, my rage is not partisan, it’s personal. The government shutdown is a political issue, a partisan debate and a sensationalist media’s dream come true. It is not a tool for punishing innocent bystanders in the political arena, but that’s how it's being used by President Obama.

10/09/2013
Denying Death Benefits: Obama Administration Goes Too Far
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Denying Death Benefits: Obama Administration Goes Too Far

President Poutypants is really revealing his petulant side. The government has shut down several times before now, but this president has been so spiteful as to close down outdoor monuments and even privately-funded sites that have never been shut down before. Now, his foot-stomping has sunk to a whole new low.

10/09/2013
What Current Affairs Reveal About Education
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What Current Affairs Reveal About Education

It’s as if current events are working together to reform education, or, at the very least, to make it evident to all Americans why reform needs to happen. Between the current government shutdown and the looming debt ceiling, it’s becoming more evident every day that the safest place for education is as far away from the federal government as possible. 

10/07/2013
Shut Down Reveals the Necessity of Enormous Political and Financial Corrections
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Shut Down Reveals the Necessity of Enormous Political and Financial Corrections

Democracy and Power 104: Future Debt BurdenA government debt is a government claim against personal income and private property – an unpaid tax bill. —Hans F. Sennholz

10/06/2013
Department of Education is 94 Percent Non-Essential Employees
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Department of Education is 94 Percent Non-Essential Employees

The federal government is now into its second day of being shut down, which means different things for different people. For the average American, not much is going to change. However, there is one governmental department which touches many (too many, some would argue) lives: The Department of Education. The question is will a government shutdown really make a difference to the majority of American families who have school age children? 

10/02/2013

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