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The FreedomCast: Episode 4 - Senator Jeff Sessions on the Nomination of Jack Lew
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The FreedomCast: Episode 4 - Senator Jeff Sessions on the Nomination of Jack Lew

On today’s podcast Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama joins me to talk about the nomination of Jack Lew as Treasury Secretary. Why he’s the wrong man for the job, what you can do to stop his confirmation and hey, why do we even need a treasury secretary - we have no money?

01/17/2013
Why Fitch Could Downgrade the U.S. - And Why They're Right to Do So
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Why Fitch Could Downgrade the U.S. - And Why They're Right to Do So

As with most events in life, timing was everything.  Fitch Ratings, Ltd. released a statement Tuesday announcing its intention to lower the U.S. credit rating unless the Administration and Congress can incorporate responsible fiscal policy (i.e., a balanced budget) into the upcoming debt ceiling debate. The press release took on special meaning in light of the presidential press conference less than 24 hours before, during which Obama pledged to ignore any deals from Congress matching the debt-ceiling increase with equal spending cuts.

01/17/2013
Obama and Religious Freedom Day; A Hypocritical Head-Scratcher
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Obama and Religious Freedom Day; A Hypocritical Head-Scratcher

“I, Barack Obama, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim January 16, 2013, as Religious Freedom Day.” 

01/17/2013
Ceilings and Shutdowns: Understanding Government at an Impasse. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis
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Issue Analysis

Ceilings and Shutdowns: Understanding Government at an Impasse. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis

01/16/2013
Reverend CL Bryant’s Documentary “Runaway Slave” Tops the Charts
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Reverend CL Bryant’s Documentary “Runaway Slave” Tops the Charts

Washington, DC- FreedomWorks is thrilled to announce Reverend CL Bryant’s fearless new documentary, “Runaway Slave” premiered as the number one bestselling documentary on Amazon.com this week.

01/16/2013
Yet Again, HHS Secretary Sebelius Extends ObamaCare State "Exchanges" Deadline
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Yet Again, HHS Secretary Sebelius Extends ObamaCare State "Exchanges" Deadline

The more forgiving amongst us may feel some genuine pity for Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. On one hand, President Barack Obama loaded her department with the mammoth task of writing up the thousands of rules and regulations that will constitute the real weight of ObamaCare. On the other, he charged Secretary Sebelius with the even more onerous duty of convincing a (rightfully) skeptical American public that the new 2,801 page health care reform law represented a landmark achievement that would benefit all citizens. So far, this hasn't gone so well.

01/16/2013
Judicial Overreach in Kansas Means Higher Taxes
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Judicial Overreach in Kansas Means Higher Taxes

A three judge panel comprising the Shawnee Country District Court in Kansas has ruled that the Legislature violated the state Constitution by reducing funding for public education.  The cuts have come at a time when local governments have struggled to collect enough tax revenue to fund local services and initiatives.  The lawsuit, brought by a coalition of 54 Kansas school districts was hailed as a victory by Alan Rupe, the plaintiff’s attorney. 

01/16/2013
If Obama Wants Kids On Stage, Let's Give Him Kids On Stage
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If Obama Wants Kids On Stage, Let's Give Him Kids On Stage

Today, Obama is once again going to ignore the Constitution. This time, the Constitutional right under attack is gun control. According to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, Obama will be presenting a “concrete package” of proposals which will water down the Constitutional rights of American citizens.

01/16/2013
Sandy: Log-Rolling from Alaska to New Jersey
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Sandy: Log-Rolling from Alaska to New Jersey

The House of Representatives passed the second installment of the Hurricane Sandy bailout Tuesday night, as Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) brought up a bill he knew would pass without support from his own party. That allowed conservatives to vote against a bill that conservative groups were adding to their legislative scorecards.The path of the bill has been marked by one consistent strawman argument: opposition has been cast as opposition to relief, rather than opposition to the corrupt spending accompanying it.

01/16/2013
Why Things Just Work in Texas
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Why Things Just Work in Texas

Last week, I had the privilege of attending the Texas Public Policy Foundation's eleventh annual conference in Austin. A native Texan myself, I've always been proud of my state, some might say "obnoxiously proud" but I prefer to think of it as a, "passionate conviction of liberty and general badassness." In any case, the more I learn about the behind the scenes machinery, the more I love the Lone Star State.  

01/15/2013

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