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Cut Spending – Cut Taxes: Sweden – Ryan – Tea Party Budget
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Cut Spending – Cut Taxes: Sweden – Ryan – Tea Party Budget

Personal Freedom and Power 104: Taxes Diminish Personal Power “The power to tax is the power to destroy.” -Chief Justice John Marshall Every tax imposed by government diminishes the power of the person taxed.  Excessive taxation obstructs choice and entrepreneurship, which restricts freedom and prosperity for the individual taxed and the entire community.

05/20/2012
Buckle Up For Another Political Showdown - America's Credit Card Is Maxed Out Again
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Buckle Up For Another Political Showdown - America's Credit Card Is Maxed Out Again

Increasing Debt Ceiling, No Budget, Unrestrained Spending, And A Spinning Debt Clock... Obama’s Road To American SerfdomBy: Jim Hoft with Andrea RyanBuckle up.  Here we go...again.

05/17/2012
Another Year, Another Ridiculous Obama Budget
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Another Year, Another Ridiculous Obama Budget

02/13/2012
Keep Raising the Debt Ceiling and the Whole House Will Collapse
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Keep Raising the Debt Ceiling and the Whole House Will Collapse

I, however, place economy among the first and most important republican virtues, and public debt as the greatest of the dangers to be feared.—Thomas Jefferson Last week on January 26th Congress voted against a measure to deprive the president of the authority to raise the debt ceiling. In a 44 – 52 vote, the president was granted permission to add another $1.2 trillion to the national debt, deferring for some time any difficult albeit necessary fiscal decisions. For the first time in over half a century, the national debt is roughly equal to the gross domestic product of the United States. This situation is analogous to an individual whose debts are equal to the total value of his income and savings. Mainstream economists will note, however, that this is not as dire of a situation as it first appears to be. After World War II, the national debt was 122 percent of GDP, about 22 percent higher than that of today. This is true, although there are several other factors that are worth consideration in comparing and contrasting the fiscal solvency of the United States in 1946 with that of today.

01/30/2012
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
Tea Party Debt Commission Headed to Indianapolis
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Tea Party Debt Commission Headed to Indianapolis

Over and over Congress has shown itself unwilling to cut spending, reduce the deficit or tackle our $14.8 trillion national debt.That's why FreedomWorks formed the Tea Party Debt Commission, which has held field hearings from Florida to Utah to Pennsylvania.

10/07/2011
New! Tea Party Debt Commission Info Page
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New! Tea Party Debt Commission Info Page

It's here! Grassroots America's answer to the congressional "Super Committee." Click here to learn more abou the Tea Party Debt Commission.

08/30/2011
Walking the Walk of Fiscal Responsibility
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Walking the Walk of Fiscal Responsibility

Many Members of Congress are talking the talk of limited government and fiscal responsibility, but who is actually walking the walk? When it comes to making the hard decisions that will get the government off its spending binge and back on the path of fiscal sanity, what Congressmen are living up to the task?

08/04/2011
Key Vote YES on the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act
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Key Vote YES on the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act

Dear FreedomWorks member,

07/15/2011
Ask Your Senators and Representative to Cosponsor the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act
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Ask Your Senators and Representative to Cosponsor the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our million-plus FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Senators and Representative and ask them to co-sponsor the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act of 2011.

07/14/2011

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