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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie sets an example for the rest of the nation
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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie sets an example for the rest of the nation

On Tuesday, it was revealed that an unexpected drop in tax revenues for New Jersey would leave the state short $402 million this year and $365 million next year.  This near $800 million budget hole has raised serious concerns among those living in the Garden State.  But, rather than give in to the temptations of political laziness by placing burdensome new taxes on the state's highest earners, Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) was able to fill the hole without raising taxes.  http://wcbstv.com/politics/chris.christie.new.2.17

05/26/2010
Taking giant steps towards becoming Greece
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Taking giant steps towards becoming Greece

In an unusually interesting article considering the source, USA Today reported yesterday that "Private pay shrinks to historic lows as gov't payouts rise". Quoting from the article: • Private wages. A record-low 41.9% of the nation's personal income came from private wages and salaries in the first quarter, down from 44.6% when the recession began in December 2007.

05/26/2010
The federal government grows while the private sector withers
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The federal government grows while the private sector withers

As I noted back in March, Americans are more dependent on the federal government than ever before:For the first time since the Great Depression, Americans are receiving more money in government aid than they are paying in taxes.Well, according to analysis found in this morning's http://www.usatoday.com/?loc=interstitialskip

05/25/2010
Reminder: May 25th Day of Action to Stop EPA
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Reminder: May 25th Day of Action to Stop EPA

This is a quick reminder to tell you that today is our Day of Action to stop the EPA power grab and support the Murkowski Resolution of Disapproval. Your senators need to hear from you TODAY.We have all worked too hard over the past months to let this go down without a serious fight. Please visit and call your senators' district offices - and urge your friends to do so as well.

05/25/2010
May 25 Day of Action to Stop EPA Power Grab
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Press Release

May 25 Day of Action to Stop EPA Power Grab

Thank you for helping to support the Murkowski Resolution of Disapproval - a resolution that would stop the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from pursuing its backdoor cap and trade schemes. Your help - sending emails, making phone calls - on behalf of the resolution has brought the roster of bipartisan cosponsoring Senators up to 41. Now, we're asking you to take action again to push the Murkowski Resolution across the finish line.That's why we're declaring Tuesday, May 25 a Day of Action to Stop the EPA.

05/21/2010
Here's what we think of your financial "reform"
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Here's what we think of your financial "reform"

The stock market made an attempt to stabilize at lower levels during the middle of this afternoon but was crushed, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling about 180 points in the last hour for a total fall of about 375 points on the day following news that disappointment-in-chief Senator Scott Brown changed his cloture vote on the Democrats' financial regulation bill, giving Harry Reid the 60th vote he needed to bring the measure up for a final vote, most likely in the next couple of days.

05/20/2010
Help Stop Government Telecom Power Grab in Tennessee
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Help Stop Government Telecom Power Grab in Tennessee

State legislators in Tennessee are getting ready to vote on the so-called Omnibus Technical Corrections Bill, Amendment SB 3880/HB 3796, in just a few days. Far more than a "correction," this is a massive, complicated plan to use taxpayer funds to expand government's reach over telecommunications by expanding Government Owned Networks.

05/20/2010
Think you qualify for one of Obama's healthcare tax credits? Think again
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Think you qualify for one of Obama's healthcare tax credits? Think again

In an article written for the Associated Press, Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar takes a closer look at the new tax credits included in President Obama's health care overhaul law.  Alonso-Zaldivar reports that many small business owners who were lead to believe that they would qualify for the President's health care credits were disappointed to find out that they are in fact ineligible:When the administration unveiled the small business tax cr

05/20/2010
Key Vote "NO" on the Motion to Invoke Cloture on Dodd Amendment No. 3739
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Key Vote "NO" on the Motion to Invoke Cloture on Dodd Amendment No. 3739

Dear Senator:    

05/20/2010
Activists seize control of politics
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Activists seize control of politics

BY John F. Harris & Jim Vandehei

For any politician with the usual instincts for self-protection, the lessons of Tuesday’s primaries could not be more clear: This could happen to you.Arlen Specter lost in Pennsylvania even though the party-switching Democrat was recruited and backed by a sitting president. Rand Paul won in Kentucky even though the Republican was regarded as an eccentric renegade by that state’s political establishment.

05/20/2010

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