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Key Vote YES on the Toomey “Full Faith and Credit Act” Amendment to H.R. 325
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Key Vote YES on the Toomey “Full Faith and Credit Act” Amendment to H.R. 325

Dear FreedomWorks member,As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your U.S. Senators and urge them to vote YES on the Toomey amendment to H.R. 325.  This amendment contains Senator Toomey’s “Full Faith and Credit Act”, to require the Treasury to fulfill critical payment obligations in the event that the federal debt limit is exceeded.

01/31/2013
Please, Mr. President: Don’t Let Politics Kill the Pipeline
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Please, Mr. President: Don’t Let Politics Kill the Pipeline

Last week, Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman approved a reroute of the oft-disputed Keystone XL pipeline. Previously, the pipeline was slated to cross not only the Nebraska Sandhills but the Ogallala aquifer as well, two areas that had environmentalist groups ready for war.  The resultant pressure caused Gov. Heineman to withdraw his support for the pipeline as planned, and President Obama denied the required Presidential Permit in January 2012.

01/31/2013
In a Pickle Over Regulations
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In a Pickle Over Regulations

Sizes of whole pickles are based on the diameter and the relationship of diameter to the count per gallon. Size designations, applicable counts, and diameters are outlined in Table II of this subpart. The diameter of a whole cucumber is the shortest diameter at the greatest circumference measured at right angles to the longitudinal axis of the cucumber…

01/31/2013
As Suspected, OWS Was Populated by White Guys with Money
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As Suspected, OWS Was Populated by White Guys with Money

Don’t pretend you didn’t notice. It’s ok, we all did. Those Occupy Wall Street folks, the trod-upon masses who just wanted a fair shake didn’t seem quite authentic. Watching the footage, you might have noticed the ubiquitousness of North Face jackets. You might have seen their iPhones and video cameras or their Macbooks. Maybe you saw that OWS seemed to feature a whole lot of white men for such a diverse city.

01/31/2013
The World Has Not Solved The Problem of Inflation
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The World Has Not Solved The Problem of Inflation

Throughout the various rounds of quantitative easing enacted by the Federal Reserve in response to a persistently sluggish economy, advocates of loose monetary policy have kept a gleeful eye on the Consumer Price Index, pointing to the lack of measured inflation as evidence for the soundness of their ideas and the groundless paranoia of their detractors.

01/30/2013
Journalists Instructed to Report on Benefits of Obamacare: "There's Only Upside"
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Journalists Instructed to Report on Benefits of Obamacare: "There's Only Upside"

Earlier this month, we covered a suspect symposium being sponsored by a pro-Obamacare organization, designed to provide journalists with "specialized education in health care reporting”.  The anticipation of media bias was palpable.  Previous revelations of this relationship prompted one reporter to write, "this sounds like a program to teach reporters to write supportive stories about the health care reform law.”

01/30/2013
Tyranny is No Respector of Election Cycles
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Tyranny is No Respector of Election Cycles

November was rough, but it's time to get back to work. Pick your lip up off the floor, scrape the Romney/Ryan sticker off your back windshield (replace it with something like a Gonzalez or Gadsden Flag, or course) and get back to work. America needs you now more than ever. In case you don't believe me, while we dawdle, Democrats are unleashing statist fury on states like Texas.  Last week, Politico reported:

01/29/2013
Looks Like Richard Windsor May Have More Imaginary Friends At EPA
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Looks Like Richard Windsor May Have More Imaginary Friends At EPA

Remember Lisa Jackson and her secret email name? It appears that Richard Windsor wasn't alone. I know, you're as shocked as I am that others may have used fake email addresses to avoid FOIA requests.

01/29/2013
Republicans Need To 'Throw an Elbow' and End the Politics of Envy
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Republicans Need To 'Throw an Elbow' and End the Politics of Envy

A flat tax rate on all income regardless of source will shift the discussion to spending and end the politics of envyThere is a legend that after being knocked around early in his career, Hall of Famer Bill Russell was advised by storied basketball coach Red Auerbach to throw an elbow in a nationally televised game to send a message to his adversaries.

01/29/2013
Public School District Forced to Compete in Los Angeles
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Public School District Forced to Compete in Los Angeles

Monopolies don't work, and one of the best things about school choice is that it forces educators and schools to compete against each other for students. This makes everyone step up their game, and the students are the ones to benefit. Some have questioned if public schools would be willing to compete in a free market setting but, in the wake of a parent trigger being invoked in Los Angeles, the local district is doing just that. 

01/29/2013

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