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Means-Testing Entitlements Will Extend Corrupt Government
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Means-Testing Entitlements Will Extend Corrupt Government

A Predictable and Stable Legal OrderA government with moral and legal authority promulgates written rules and universally, impartially and uniformly enforces the rules, which provides a predictable and stable legal order on which to base economic and personal decisions. The law prevails, not the proclamation or arbitrary decision of a ruler, government bureaucrat, the enforcer (e.g., policeman) or judge.

02/24/2013
Federal Budget Resources for Activists and Journalists
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Federal Budget Resources for Activists and Journalists

Bookmark this page to help you keep up with the big budgetary debates in Washington.

02/23/2013
Labor Relations in the United States and the National Right to Work Act
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Labor Relations in the United States and the National Right to Work Act

Earlier this year, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) introduced the ‘National Right-to-Work Act,’ a bill which would amend the National Labor Relations Act (also known as the Wagner Act) with the goal of preserving and protecting “the free choice of individual employees to form, join, or assist labor organizations, or to refrain from such activities.” According to the National Labor Relations Board, “Congress enacted the National Labor Relations Act…in 1

02/22/2013
Coalition Letter: Reform Food Stamps by Including Taxpayer Protections
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Coalition Letter: Reform Food Stamps by Including Taxpayer Protections

FreedomWorks has signed onto the following coalition letter on reforming food stamps and other nutrition entitlement programs in the Farm Bill.An Open Letter to the United States Congress:Reform the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program by including Taxpayer Protections!

02/22/2013
FreedomWorks at the International Students for Liberty Conference
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FreedomWorks at the International Students for Liberty Conference

On the weekend of February 15th-17th 2013, the up-and-coming activist group Students for Liberty hosted their 2013 International Students for Liberty Conference (ISFLC) in downtown Washington D.C. With over 1,200 attendees, the event was dedicated to students advancing liberty on college campuses nationwide. Featuring prominent liberty advocates including John Stossel and John Mackey, the weekend was filled with strategy sessions for young students looking to promote the cause of economic freedom at their respective universities.

02/22/2013
Internet Taxes Don't Make Markets Fairer
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Internet Taxes Don't Make Markets Fairer

The issue of how to handle sales conducted remotely over the internet has been a thorny one for lawmakers, as they struggle to adapt policies to rapidly advancing technologies. Nine states currently collect sales tax on out-of-state, online transactions, but a new bill dubbed the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 would expand this to a national mandate. The argument behind such legislation is that local retailers are placed at an unfair disadvantage, because their prices must include sales tax whereas out-of-state vendors are under no such compulsion.

02/22/2013
SC Candidate Forum: A Testament to the Bottom-Up Grassroots Model
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SC Candidate Forum: A Testament to the Bottom-Up Grassroots Model

FreedomWorks teamed with South Carolina’s grassroots activists to host a two-hour candidate forum in the state’s 1st Congressional District. On Saturday, February 16th, 16 candidates vying to fill the seat formerly held by Senator Tim Scott met at the Embassy Suites Hotel in North Charleston for a substantive policy discussion. A range of individuals—state-level politicians, small business owners, local activists and a former governor—fielded questions on pressing political and legislative matters.

02/22/2013
Tell Your Senators to Oppose an Internet Sales Tax
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Tell Your Senators to Oppose an Internet Sales Tax

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Senators and urge them to oppose S. 336, the Marketplace Fairness Act.  Introduced by Senator Michael Enzi (R-WY), this bill would require online retailers to collect sales taxes when shipping to states in which they have no physical presence.

02/22/2013
Details of the Bowles-Simpson Deficit Plan (Updated)
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Details of the Bowles-Simpson Deficit Plan (Updated)

Two well-known Washington insiders -- Erskine Bowles, a former White House chief of staff under Bill Clinton, and Alan Simpson, a retired Republican Senator -- have issued a press release updating their famous deficit-reduction plan.

02/22/2013
New Tax Rule Threatens Seattle Ballroom
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New Tax Rule Threatens Seattle Ballroom

Hallie Kuperman loves to dance. But what she loves even more is sharing this passion with visitors to her social dancing club, the Century Ballroom.Hallie purchased the vintage dancing space 16 years ago, turning it into a Seattle institution. The Century Ballroom not only teaches swing, tango and the foxtrot, it also hosts cabarets and other live performances for an eclectic crowd of all ages. The club’s trendsetting owner has become a prominent and beloved figure in the community.

02/22/2013

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