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America's Falling Credit Ratings Go Hand-in-Hand with the Unseriousness of President’s Proposal
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America's Falling Credit Ratings Go Hand-in-Hand with the Unseriousness of President’s Proposal

This administration has set another landmark: For the first time, America’s bond rating has fallen from standard to negative and the country may lose its Standard & Poor’s AAA rating. This development comes at a time when the White House is busy trying to prove that it is serious about addressing the deficit but pushing an unserious proposal.

04/19/2011
Supreme Court Hints that Greenhouse Gas Case Will Be Dismissed
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Supreme Court Hints that Greenhouse Gas Case Will Be Dismissed

Washington, DC- Today, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in American Electric Power v. Connecticut, a lawsuit initiated by states suing power companies for emitting greenhouse gases.  The states contend these emissions are a public health hazard and the courts should allow nuisance suits to mitigate such harms. The court, however, seemed skeptical of such arguments, pointing to both the unwieldy nature of such suits and the fact that the Environmental Protection Agency is more aptly suited to address any such concerns. 

04/19/2011
Myths About Senate Bill 1
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Myths About Senate Bill 1

Common myths about Senate Bill 1, the "Opportunity Scholarship and Educational Improvement Tax Credit Act."  

04/19/2011
Obama and the Bureaucrazies, Part 2: Health and Human Services
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Obama and the Bureaucrazies, Part 2: Health and Human Services

Obama and the BureaucraziesPart 2Health and Human Services and Styrene In late 2009, recently inaugurated President Obama stayed in campaign mode, making trips across the country to promote his $800 billion plus economic stimulus package.  The president made one town in particular his ground zero for the economic recovery: Elkhart, Indiana.  At the time, Elkhart had the nation’s highest unemployment rate, in the neighborhood of 15 percent.  Obama visited the town to make a major speech on the stimulus bill and continued to reference the dire situation the

04/19/2011
Debt: Obama’s Real Agenda
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Debt: Obama’s Real Agenda

Democracy and Power 108:  Obfuscation Wherever politics intrudes upon economic life, political success is readily attained by saying what people like to hear rather than what is demonstrably true. Instead of safeguarding truth and honesty, the state then tends to become a major source of insincerity and mendacity. – Hans F. Sennholz

04/19/2011
U.S. Taxpayers to Bailout Portugal Through International Monetary Fund
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U.S. Taxpayers to Bailout Portugal Through International Monetary Fund

It is often said that Benjamin Franklin once wrote “in this world nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes.” The dreaded Tax Day has finally arrived. Due to the District of Columbia observing Emancipation Day on Friday, Tax Day official lands on April 18th this year. This means that we are all forced to surrender our hard-earned money to the federal government by the end of the day today. Anyone who owes taxes has to pay up to Uncle Sam or ultimately end up behind prison bars. 

04/18/2011
Counterprotesters show up at the Tax Day rally in Portland, Oregon.
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Counterprotesters show up at the Tax Day rally in Portland, Oregon.

This weekend, Tax Day Tea Parties were happening across the country. FreedomWorks cosponsored a Oregon Tea Party rally out in Portland. It was rougly 50 and raining all day. That, however, didn't stop the crowd - hundreds still turned out. That, however, included a band of 20 or so counter protesters that were every bit as relentless. They kicked off the harassment by shouting down the national anthem, yelling "go home!" repeatedly and blowing whistles and airhorns. From there, it just got worse.

04/18/2011
FreedomWorks Finds New Way To Beat Big Government
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FreedomWorks Finds New Way To Beat Big Government

This summer FreedomWorks has joined the Congressional Softball league, playing under the team name "Atlas Slugged".

04/18/2011
FreedomWorks Urges Indiana Lawmakers to Support HB 1001
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FreedomWorks Urges Indiana Lawmakers to Support HB 1001

Indianapolis, IN- FreedomWorks is mobilizing its membership of over 12,000 Indiana state activists in support of HB 1001, also known as the “Automatic Taxpayer Refund Program.” Originally proposed by Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, the bill would put money back into the pockets of Hoosiers by automatically returning all excess state revenue back to the taxpayers.

04/18/2011
How Freshman Congressmen are Voting
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How Freshman Congressmen are Voting

It has been three months since the newly elected Members of Congress have been in Washington, and there are three votes on fiscal issues that have distinctly divided the freshman Republican class.

04/18/2011

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