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The 1970s were a lousy decade. Embarrassing movies, dreadful music and downright terrifying clothes reflected the national mood following an unpopular war, endless political scandals and a faltering economy.
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 NO on the Marketplace Fairness Act,S. 743, a bill that would allow states to collect internet sales taxes without regard for state borders.
Tax Day Is April 15th, But Regulations Ensure You Pay All Year Long
Regulation of alcohol in the United States uses a three-tiered system that perpetuates big business’s control on the alcohol industry and has helped maintain a cartel-like hold on the marketplace ever since the end of alcohol prohibition in 1933.
The FreedomCast - Episode 29 - Cate Long on Stockton California's Bankruptcy and Government Inefficiencies
On today’s edition of The FreedomCast, Reuters columnist Cate Long joins me to talk about Stockton California’s bankruptcy, government inefficiency and if we can ever get state legislators across the country to not be stuck on stupid.
CISPA is back! The dangerous bill would void all current Internet privacy laws to allow companies to share your private information (including emails and Internet browsing history!) with the National Security Agency (NSA) without a warrant. The current bill does not require companies to make any reasonable efforts to strip out personal details from the information they share with the government.
Democracy and Power 102: Voters are Rationally IgnorantHarmfully, the vast majority of the voters are rationally ignorant of most government actions; bills, legislation, regulations and taxes that will ultimately impact their lives.
When it comes to education reform, there is a lot of misinformation out there. While it has been shown time and time again that school choice is a win-win situation for everyone involved, there are those who continue to argue against it. Perhaps a little empirical evidence will change some minds.
Throughout the nation’s college and universities, grades are getting higher. In fact, they have been getting higher for eighty years. But suddenly, government officials with too much time on their hands have decided that something needs to be done about it.