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Keynesians' Recipe for Disaster
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Keynesians' Recipe for Disaster

          There is an old saying, “too many cooks spoil the broth.”  That very well could be true but an even truer statement is that too many Keynesians ruins the currency.  Once again Peter Diamond is expected to be considered to fill a vacate spot on the Federal Reserve Board.  Peter Diamond

05/18/2011
Free My Milk
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Free My Milk

          Do you trust the government’s bureaucrats in the Food and Drug Administration more than yourself to judge what is safe to eat?  This question goes straight to the heart of the bill HR 1830 introduced on May 11 by Congressman Ron Paul.  This bill will allow the shipment and distribution of unpasteurized milk and milk products for human consumption across state lines.  With the passage of HR 1830 the bill would remove the unconstitutional restraints placed on fa

05/18/2011
New Jersey Bill Would Reform Teacher Tenure and Pay
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New Jersey Bill Would Reform Teacher Tenure and Pay

New Jersey State Senator Joe Kyrillos (R- Monmouth) has introduced “The School Children First Act,” (S-2881) which intends to reform teacher pay and tenure in the Garden State.  The bill is another attempt by the New Jersey Legislature to overhaul a public education system that for years has been hijacked by the leadership of the New Jersey Edu

05/18/2011
A New Internet Sales Tax in Tennessee?
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A New Internet Sales Tax in Tennessee?

Tennessee lawmakers are pushing SB 0529, which would force Internet retail giant Amazon to collect state sales taxes that would be passed along to consumers. Amazon has threatened not to build planned distribution centers in Tennessee if the measures are put in place; they have already left Illinois, South Carolina and are threatening to leave Texas for similar legislation.

05/17/2011
See How They Voted Here! Key Vote Roll Call.
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See How They Voted Here! Key Vote Roll Call.

We must hold our elected representatives accountable. Here is how your lawmakers voted on key legislation. The good news is that all of these great bills passed! Key Vote YES on H.R. 1229 Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work ActSee our key vote notice here.Passed: 263-163. See roll call.

05/17/2011
PODCAST: SB1 Update - What's happening on the ground in PA?
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PODCAST: SB1 Update - What's happening on the ground in PA?

Click to listen! Our campaigns department was on the ground again in Pennsylvania this weekend fighting for school choice. David Spielman sits down with me to update us on the battle! Top two targets getting in the way of passage are: Senator Kim L. Ward (R-39) (717) 787-6063 House Majority Leader Mike Turzai: (412) 369-2230   The full list of targets includes:

05/16/2011
“That money is not going to be there,” Stanley Druckenmiller
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“That money is not going to be there,” Stanley Druckenmiller

Democracy and Power:  104 Future Debt Burden A government debt is a government claim against personal income and private property – an unpaid tax bill. – Hans F. Sennholz,

05/16/2011
One Step Closer to an Internet Sales Tax in Texas
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One Step Closer to an Internet Sales Tax in Texas

Last week, the Texas Legislature passed HB 2403, a bill aimed at taxing your internet purchases.  Currently, purchases made over the Internet are tax-free if the company does not have a physical presence within the state.  The bill expands the definition of a “nexus” or physical presence to include warehouses and distribution centers where online retailers distribute goods.

05/16/2011
Drunk at the Wheel: Congress is Over the Limit
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Drunk at the Wheel: Congress is Over the Limit

  Congress is drunk at the wheel.  Today the United States has officially hit the debt ceiling of about $14.3 trillion dollars, triggering the Treasury Department to implement emergency budgetary measures to avoid a government default.  This is all a result of runaway, irresponsible, and flat out wasteful spending by Congress and the bureaucracies.  In the United States

05/16/2011
FreedomWorks Letter: Ask Your Representative to Sign Republican Study Committee's Letter Regarding Debt Ceiling Vote
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FreedomWorks Letter: Ask Your Representative to Sign Republican Study Committee's Letter Regarding Debt Ceiling Vote

Dear FreedomWorks member,

05/16/2011

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