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Anti-tax Rally Targets Legislature
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Anti-tax Rally Targets Legislature

George Alan Esworthy, a software engineer from Apex, joined an anti-tax rally in front of the General Assembly on Monday carrying a Navy flag used to signal other ships to attack the enemy. On the striped flag was a snake and the motto "Don't tread on me." "I'm angry," Esworthy said. "The politicians keep telling us we have a shortfall. That's a lie, We have an overspending problem. I keep getting angrier because they just don't get the message." Sue Eaton, a Raleigh homemaker, held up a protest sign that announced that anyone paying attention should be outraged.

04/09/2002
Citizens Defend Freedom
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Citizens Defend Freedom

This week CSE hosted our second, Liberty Summit, in Washington, D.C. Volunteer citizen activists from 9 states took time out of their schedules to come to the nation’s capital and talk with their Senators about the need to end lawsuit abuse. Unlike union members who come to Washington lobby days, our activists were not paid to be here. They came because they believe in freedom and accept the burdens and responsibilities of defending it.

04/09/2002
The Real Threat from the Farm Bill
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The Real Threat from the Farm Bill

The economics of contemporary American agricultural production is so complicated that few outside of the USDA and the industry understand it. The politics of contemporary agricultural production, on the other hand, is straightforward: American producers, dependent on explicit subsidies, sub-market loans, and price supports for their livelihood, besiege their elected officials to ensure that Congress transfers as much wealth from other sectors of the economy as possible.

04/09/2002
And Now for Something Completely Different…
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And Now for Something Completely Different…

In the latest round of the Microsoft trial, much has been made of what harm has purportedly befallen Microsoft’s competitors—the witness stand has been a review of the proverbial who’s who of tech industry executives. Precious little has been presented concerning consumer harm or, rather, the lack thereof. In order to shed some light on what consumers really think of the trial and the state attorneys general who have so graciously come to their defense, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) has brought consumers from ten states to rally outside the courthouse and to express their views to the media.

04/09/2002
Elected State Board of Education Threatened
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Elected State Board of Education Threatened

Texas voters elect 15 individuals from across the state to represent our diverse views on the important issue of education. These elected individuals - the State Board of Education - each represent more voters than do any member of Congress or state senator. Yet for some reason, the State Board of Education has become a political punching bag. The SBOE takes it on the chin by folks who may be frustrated by the education system or who seek more control over education or want to spend funds the SBOE controls.

04/09/2002
How Savvy is the State With Our Money?
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How Savvy is the State With Our Money?

BY Kerra Fisher

RALEIGH -- Tax day is looming over me. The sight of the tax forms waiting patiently on my roll-top oak desk inspires new waves of fear, resentment and existential angst. Questions such as, "Do we get what we pay for when it comes to paying state taxes?" tug at my sleeve.

04/09/2002
River Buffers Under Fire From Group
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River Buffers Under Fire From Group

BY Bruce Henderson

About 80 N.C. legislators and legislative candidates have signed pledges to repeal state buffer rules for the Catawba and two other river basins, an anti-tax group says. N.C. Citizens for a Sound Economy sent letters asking for the buffer pledges, and a second pledge to not raise taxes, to 330 incumbents and candidates, director Jonathan Hill said. The group says river buffers infringe on private property rights.

04/09/2002
Budget Cuts: Round Two
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Budget Cuts: Round Two

BY Amy Gardner

When asked to give back more than $ 1 billion from this year's budget, state agencies returned unspent salaries, turned over unanticipated income from service fees and, in one case, dipped into a well-padded reserve account, newly released budget documents show. All of which raises this question: Can they do it again?

04/09/2002
Anti-Tax Rally Targets Legislature
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Anti-Tax Rally Targets Legislature

BY Wade Rawlins

George Alan Esworthy, a software engineer from Apex, joined an anti-tax rally in front of the General Assembly on Monday carrying a Navy flag used to signal other ships to attack the enemy. On the striped flag was a snake and the motto "Don't tread on me." "I'm angry," Esworthy said. "The politicians keep telling us we have a shortfall. That's a lie, We have an overspending problem. I keep getting angrier because they just don't get the message." Sue Eaton, a Raleigh homemaker, held up a protest sign that announced that anyone paying attention should be outraged.

04/09/2002
Citizens for a Sound Economy: 'Real' Consumers To Visit Microsoft Trial Tomorrow
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Citizens for a Sound Economy: 'Real' Consumers To Visit Microsoft Trial Tomorrow

News Advisory: And Now for Something Completely Different..."Real" Consumers To Visit Microsoft Trial Tomorrow

04/09/2002

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