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John Boehner's Tea Party Nightmare
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John Boehner's Tea Party Nightmare

BY Benjamin Sarlin

The incoming House speaker rode a Tea Party wave into the majority, but a debt-limit vote as early as next month could cost him their backing. Benjamin Sarlin on the battle that can’t come soon enough for Democrats.Rep. John Boehner owes no small part of his imminent promotion to the speaker’s office to the Tea Party, whose support he courted early and often en route to a landslide takeover of the House. But he may lose that support before he’s even begun to wield his new power.

12/20/2010
Will the Republican Leadership Face a Tea Party Rebellion?
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Will the Republican Leadership Face a Tea Party Rebellion?

BY Huma Khan

The new Congress hasn't been seated yet but signs of a rift are already beginning to emerge between Republican leaders and Tea Party groups who were a driving force propelling many unknown candidates to victory last month.  From the tax cuts extension bill to the food safety legislation to Republican selections for key House committee leadership posts, Tea Party leaders have expressed outrage at what they perceive is a continuation of the same old Washington-style politics.

12/20/2010
You're Invited: Find a North Carolina FreedomWorks Legislative Briefing Near You
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You're Invited: Find a North Carolina FreedomWorks Legislative Briefing Near You

Mark your calendars!

12/20/2010
Outrageous Arrogance
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Outrageous Arrogance

Democracy and Power 107:  Counting votes In a democracy the politician must favorably influence the majority of their voting constituents.  In all political decisions the politician calculates how many votes are gained by voting money spent on an interest group versus how many votes are lost.  

12/20/2010
Madison trumps Pelosi – so far
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Madison trumps Pelosi – so far

Democracy and Power 101:  Government is power  Government, in its last analysis, is organized force. – Woodrow Wilson  Madison trumps Pelosi – so far  

12/18/2010
Think Tank Studies in Real Life
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Think Tank Studies in Real Life

It's not everyday that we get to see the hard work of free market researchers and analysts demonstrated so vividly.  That's why this post is so special.  Because, on the very same day that the Mackinac Center for Public Policy published this paper on the striking relationship between smuggling and cigarette taxes, we have this story about a man caught trafficking 193 untaxed cartons of cigarettes.

12/17/2010
Outpouring of Tea Party Opposition Stops $1.3 Trillion Pork-Stuffed Spending Bill Dead in its Tracks
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Outpouring of Tea Party Opposition Stops $1.3 Trillion Pork-Stuffed Spending Bill Dead in its Tracks

WASHINGTON, DC- Congressional leaders gave taxpayers an early Christmas present Thursday when Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid yielded to tremendous Tea Party opposition and shelved the pork-stuffed $1.3 trillion spending bill he had tried to ram through the lame-duck Congress.

12/17/2010
Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party
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Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party

On this day in 1773, American colonists rose up against the oppression of British rule in an anti-tax protest we know today as the Boston Tea Party. Dressed as Native Americans these patriots stormed a British merchant ship and dumped tea into Boston Harbor, setting in motion a chain of events which would eventually lead to the American Revolution.

12/16/2010
FreedomRadio: Max Pappas talks Omnibus
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FreedomRadio: Max Pappas talks Omnibus

Omnibus is the next monstrosity that Washington is working to ram through before the end of the Lame Duck session. Another 2,000 pages of pork, earmarks, and hidden expenditures is set to pass through the Senate - if we don't stop them. Call your Senators now to tell them to vote NO! Your calls are the barometer that Senators use to gauge public opinion - let them know that you will make them accountable! Listen here for more information, and pass along to your friends!

12/16/2010
Key Vote No: H.R. 3082 Full Year Continuing Appropriation Act 2011 and "Omnibus" Substitute
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Key Vote No: H.R. 3082 Full Year Continuing Appropriation Act 2011 and "Omnibus" Substitute

Dear Senator, On behalf of over one million FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to vote no on H.R. 3082, which as currently formulated would fund the government for the next ten months at current 2010 levels. With Congress failing to pass any of the required 12 annual appropriation bills, leaders have opted to put forth a massive $1.1 trillion continuing resolution that includes a number of costly provisions. If the proposed “omnibus” spending bill is introduced as a substitute for the continuing resolution, we also encourage you to vote against that.

12/15/2010

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