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Letter Sent to the House Stressing Spending Restraints
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Letter Sent to the House Stressing Spending Restraints

Dear Congressman: The annual House Republican Conference retreat offers Members an excellent opportunity to identify the key issues facing the American public and develop strategies to address them during the second session of the 107th Congress. On behalf of the nearly 300,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I wanted to take this opportunity to inform you of our legislative priorities and to pledge the assistance of our network of dedicated activists to fight for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom.

02/01/2002
Letter Sent to Senators Stressing Spending Restraints
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Letter Sent to Senators Stressing Spending Restraints

Dear Senator: The annual Senate Republican Conference retreat offers senators an excellent opportunity to identify the key issues facing the American public and develop strategies to address them during the second session of the 107th Congress. On behalf of the nearly 300,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I wanted to take this opportunity to inform you of our legislative priorities and to pledge the assistance of our network of dedicated activists to fight for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom.

02/01/2002
SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM – OWN YOUR FUTURE
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SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM – OWN YOUR FUTURE

Soundbite: Everyday that passes without congress enacting Social Security reform draws the retirement crises nearer. Genuine reform means the creation of Personal Retirement Accounts (PRA) so that people can create personal wealth and enjoy a secure retirement. Although the war on terrorism has placed enormous demands on the time and resources of legislators, they still must face the fact that the Social Security system is going broke. Without leadership and reform, all Americans will suffer.

02/01/2002
Senator Daschle, the Senate Judiciary Committee, and the DOJ Need to Re-Assess Priorities and Responsibilities
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Senator Daschle, the Senate Judiciary Committee, and the DOJ Need to Re-Assess Priorities and Responsibilities

Soundbite: With our nation our at war and the threat of another terrorist attack at home very real, the importance of the institutions of government responsible for administering justice cannot be overstated. Unfortunately for Americans, Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle and Senator Patrick Leahy (D- Vt.) are stonewalling on President Bush's judicial nominations. Both Democratic Senators are blocking President Bush's nominees from ever receiving a committee hearing or a vote on the Senate floor. This partisan obstructionism is indefensible and harmful to our legal system. Meanwhile, the U.S. Justice Department has been devoting scarce tax dollars towards a baseless racketeering case against the tobacco industry instead of protecting and defending Americans from future terrorist attacks. Americans deserve a Justice Department that places protecting the nation from terrorist attacks ahead of pursuing frivolous lawsuits against law-abiding companies.

02/01/2002
POLITICIANS NEED TO CONTROL SPENDING AND MAKE PRESIDENT BUSH'S TAX CUTS PERMANENT!
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POLITICIANS NEED TO CONTROL SPENDING AND MAKE PRESIDENT BUSH'S TAX CUTS PERMANENT!

Soundbite: Despite the devastating effects of September 11, Americans remain committed to fiscal discipline. Out of control, pork barrel spending in the appropriations bills will do nothing to secure our nation, but it will waste billions upon billions of dollars. Members of Congress need to restrain spending and find a fiscal backbone. Some members of Congress, such as Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA), even want to repeal portions of the tax cuts that President Bush signed into law last June. We cannot let this tax increase happen. Members of Congress need to know that they cannot get away with spending billions of dollars on pork barrel projects and raising taxes on Americans during a recession.

02/01/2002
SUPPORT THE BUSH COMPREHENSIVE ENERGY PLAN
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SUPPORT THE BUSH COMPREHENSIVE ENERGY PLAN

Soundbite: Our national security depends on reliable sources of energy. The House has acted responsibly to help protect our national security and reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil. Now Senator Daschle and the Senate must follow suit and pass a comprehensive energy plan that allows environmentally sensitive exploration in ANWR.

02/01/2002
The Florida Budget Crisis
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The Florida Budget Crisis

The unanticipated revenue shortfall that forced the state legislature into two special sessions at the end of last year has led lawmakers to consider fundamental changes to the state’s tax structure. The projected $1.3 billion deficit for the fiscal year that ends June 30, 2002 raised awareness of the limitations of revenue projections and the need for more sustainable fiscal policies.

02/01/2002
Just the Facts
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Just the Facts

© 2002 Copley News Service, 1/31/2002 As a rookie columnist, I have always tried to be fair in recognizing good ideas, whether they come from Democrats or Republicans, and when I criticize what I believe to be ill-considered ideas, I do so on substantive grounds so as to avoid making ad hominem attacks. So I was disappointed to hear Democrats make false claims about us returning to an era of deficits and fiscal profligacy when the Congressional Budget Office reported that it was reducing its 10-year budget surplus projection from $3.4 trillion to "only" $1.6 trillion.

01/31/2002
Enron Fall May Affect Think Tank Funding
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Enron Fall May Affect Think Tank Funding

BY CHRISTIAN BOURGE

The fall of energy trading giant Enron Corp., the largest corporate bankruptcy in United States history, revives long-standing questions about the ties between American big business and non-profit public policy research groups. At the center of these questions is the assumption -- routinely denied, but virtually universally accepted as truth -- that corporations influence legislation and government policymaking through donations to influential think tanks and advocacy groups whose public policy work is known to be influential in various areas.

01/31/2002
Enron Fall May Affect Think Tank Funding
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Enron Fall May Affect Think Tank Funding

BY CHRISTIAN BOURGE

The fall of energy trading giant Enron Corp., the largest corporate bankruptcy in United States history, revives long-standing questions about the ties between American big business and non-profit public policy research groups. At the center of these questions is the assumption -- routinely denied, but virtually universally accepted as truth -- that corporations influence legislation and government policymaking through donations to influential think tanks and advocacy groups whose public policy work is known to be influential in various areas.

01/31/2002

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