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Ditch Mitch As Majority Leader - October 2017

Ditch Mitch As Majority Leader - October 2017

DITCH MITCH
AS SENATE MAJORITY LEADER

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The West Virginia Citizens for a Sound Economy ARGUS
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The West Virginia Citizens for a Sound Economy ARGUS

The Citizens for a Sound Economy citizen activist organization -- first and foremost are firmly against new taxes. We are fighting for lower taxes! CSE contributes to our forefathers’ ideals of economic freedom and prosperity by working to inform and educate all citizens in the economic policymaking process. Uniting with more than 250,000 members of CSE Foundation is the fundamental belief that a strong and vibrant free-market economic system offers the best hope for creating opportunity and improving the quality of life for every American.

08/01/2003
Help Limit the Tax Rate in California
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Help Limit the Tax Rate in California

The California Simple Tax Committee has launched an initiative petition to limit the outrageous income tax rate in California. The state’s current tax code imposes a tax rate of 9.3 percent on middle class citizens who earn less than $50,000, while loopholes and tax credits have Californians that earn over $100,000 paying an average income tax of less than 2%.

08/01/2003
Help Limit the Tax Rate in California
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Help Limit the Tax Rate in California

The California Simple Tax Committee has launched an initiative petition to limit the outrageous income tax rate in California. The state’s current tax code imposes a tax rate of 9.3 percent on middle class citizens who earn less than $50,000, while loopholes and tax credits have Californians that earn over $100,000 paying an average income tax of less than 2%.

08/01/2003
'Vote NO Sept. 9' Campaign Gains Momentum
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'Vote NO Sept. 9' Campaign Gains Momentum

Alabama CSE’s 'Vote NO Sept. 9' campaign continues to grow and take new steps despite powerful and well financed opposition. With the help of CSE activists like you, thousands of bumper stickers urging Alabamians to “Vote NO” have been mailed out across the state just three weeks into this effort. The word is spreading.

08/01/2003
'Vote NO Sept. 9' Campaign Gains Momentum
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'Vote NO Sept. 9' Campaign Gains Momentum

Alabama CSE’s 'Vote NO Sept. 9' campaign continues to grow and take new steps despite powerful and well financed opposition. With the help of CSE activists like you, thousands of bumper stickers urging Alabamians to “Vote NO” have been mailed out across the state just three weeks into this effort. The word is spreading.

08/01/2003
CSE: End the Filibuster of Judicial Nominees
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CSE: End the Filibuster of Judicial Nominees

This week, a renegade minority in the Senate continued to filibuster several highly qualified judicial nominees who probably have the support of a majority of the Senate. We can’t know that, however, until the full Senate is able to hold a vote. On Tuesday, for example, another attempt to override the filibuster of judicial nominee Priscilla Owen failed in the U.S. Senate. Although 53 Senators supported holding a clean vote on the Owen nomination, sixty votes were needed to defeat Senate obstructionists who continue to logjam the judicial selection process.

08/01/2003
Alabama Tax Fact Number 2: Try Cutting Spending First!
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Alabama Tax Fact Number 2: Try Cutting Spending First!

The supporters of the largest tax increase in Alabama state history continue to claim Alabama’s problems are unique. That's wrong.

08/01/2003
Getting Fat From the Legal System
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Getting Fat From the Legal System

Recently, a law professor from George Washington University sent letters to the major ice cream manufacturers, threatening litigation if they failed to label their products for fat content. Most people recognize that ice cream is not health food, and that too much ice cream soon translates into unwanted weight. Where the average person sees a need for common sense and moderation, trial lawyers see a profit opportunity. Obesity has become a new target of opportunity for trial lawyers who are busy filing a flurry of lawsuits in search of the next Big Tobacco. These lawsuits threaten businesses, raise costs for consumers, and reduce the availability of important goods and services, all in the name of “consumer protection.”

07/31/2003
AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF: State Farm Case
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AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF: State Farm Case

APPLICATION OF CITIZENS FOR A SOUND ECONOMY FOUNDATION FOR PERMISSION TO FILE AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONER

07/31/2003
Is Social Security a Good Deal for Retirees?
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Is Social Security a Good Deal for Retirees?

“If youth but knew, if old age but could!” lamented Henri Estienne several centuries ago. But that was before Social Security, something about which youth does know, and old can do. The young know they cannot count on Social Security for their retirement, and the old, with their voting muscle, can ensure that the young don’t have to. If today’s retirees don’t want to saddle their children and grandchildren with a lifetime of paying into the same system that has made their own retirement less prosperous than it could have been, they need to put their strength behind reform that allows for personal retirement accounts.

07/31/2003

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