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Issue Analysis 102 - Clinton's Bait-and-Switch FY 2001 Budget Raids Social Security and Taxpayers' Wallets
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Issue Analysis 102 - Clinton's Bait-and-Switch FY 2001 Budget Raids Social Security and Taxpayers' Wallets

The Clinton administration claims that its $1.84 trillion budget for FY 2001 is a “balanced and fiscally responsible” framework to retire debt, secure Social Security and Medicare, cut taxes, and invest in key priorities. Behind the rhetoric, however, the numbers show that Bill Clinton is proposing a massive increase in the size of government, a trivial amount of tax relief, and a phony scheme to extend the lives of the Social Security and Medicare trust funds. If enacted, the president’s FY 2001 budget would mean:

02/02/2000
Sharkman Patrolling the Streets of New Hampshire
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Sharkman Patrolling the Streets of New Hampshire

CSE Sharkman has been seen on the streets of New Hampshire delivering the message of lawsuit abuse to people on their way to vote. Here Sharkman points out to a policeman that Trial Lawyers are robbing decent, honest Americans of their money, trust, freedom, livelihood, and peace of mind, and shares with him information on our organization and about lawsuit abuse.

02/01/2000
Message of the Day
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Message of the Day

Government goes to those who show up Citizens for a Sound Economy’s mission is to identify, educate, motivate and mobilize Americans who care about free market solutions to public policy problems. We know that government goes to those who are passionate and who channel those passions into the political process. New Hampshire CSE is educating voters before the New Hampshire primary about four issues we believe are the most important economic issues facing the country: Ending lawsuit abuse and saving our legal system for decent honest Americans w/ real grievances

02/01/2000
Capitol Comment 265 - Scrap the Code: Good Politics and Good Policy
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Capitol Comment 265 - Scrap the Code: Good Politics and Good Policy

"Scrap the Code" is becoming a silent mantra in the early stages of the presidential primaries. Most candidates have heard this popular mandate from the public and have responded by making substantive proposals for, or at least paying lip service to, a fairer, flatter tax system. In classic grassroots style, the presidential candidates are being pulled toward this issue. Tax reform, once considered dead with the failed 1996 presidential race of Steve Forbes, is now a legitimate issue four years later.

01/31/2000
Grassroots Power Focus of Washington Post Article
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Grassroots Power Focus of Washington Post Article

Washington Post Acknowledges CSE’s Growing Grassroots Power For several years, the mainstream media has ignored one of the most important trends in American politics: the growing importance and influence of groups that focus on motivating and mobilizing real citizens to fight for causes outside of Washington, D.C. Because of the hard fought victories by CSE members, even the Washington Post was forced to acknowledge the effectiveness of our ‘outside-the-beltway’ strategy. This is a significant win for CSE.

01/29/2000
McCain: Government Subsidies Unhealthy to Economy
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McCain: Government Subsidies Unhealthy to Economy

Telling Congress “we have built a new economy,” President Bill Clinton last night used his State of the Union address to map out his vision for the American economy of the new millennium. Through a variety of subsidy programs and corporate hand-outs, Clinton thinks the government can do a better job of connecting Americans to the Internet than the private sector.

01/28/2000
CSE TV Interviews Gov. Bush on Civil Justice Reform
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CSE TV Interviews Gov. Bush on Civil Justice Reform

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) released its exclusive CSE TV interview with Texas Gov. George W. Bush on the issue of civil justice reform. The entire interview can be viewed at http://www.cse.org During his interview with New Hampshire CSE Director Rich Killion, Gov. Bush made it clear that ending lawsuit abuse would be a top priority if he were elected president of the United States. Bush also underscored the fact that civil justice reform would make our judicial system more accessible to injured Americans – not less.

01/28/2000
Message of the Day
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Message of the Day

CSE RESPONSE TO THE CLINTON STATE OF THE UNION: NO GORE TAXES!!! CONCORD – In his final State of the Union address last night, President Clinton claimed credit for the economic prosperity being enjoyed by this nation. He then turned around and proposed big government spending and regulatory schemes – all of which would not only take more money out of the pockets of Americans, but also put the brakes on our thriving economy.

01/28/2000
CSE Activists Keep Issues in front of Candidates Despite Snowstorm
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CSE Activists Keep Issues in front of Candidates Despite Snowstorm

On the day of the biggest snowstorm of the year, CSE staff plodded through blizzard-like conditions to keep the important issues in front of the candidates. On Tuesday alone, CSE staff asked: George Bush about international trade, John McCain about Internet taxation, Steve Forbes about tort reform and Bill Bradley about scrapping the code.

01/27/2000
Message of the Day
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Message of the Day

Taxes Dominate the Iowa Caucus The voters of Iowa have once again proven the establishment wrong. Pundits and pollsters who claimed Americans are not interested in tax cuts and tax reform were overwhelmingly proven incorrect. The two candidates who made taxes the centerpiece of their campaigns finished first and second in the Republican caucus. Governor Bush, who has staked his candidacy on a $483 billion tax cut that reduces taxes for all working Americans, eliminates the death tax and reduces the marriage penalty, won the caucus with over 40 percent of the vote.

01/25/2000

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