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Stimulus Failing: 49 States Lose Jobs
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Stimulus Failing: 49 States Lose Jobs

Ranking Member of the House Ways and Means Committee, Dave Camp (R-MI), released data which compares the White House’s projected job gains as a result of the stimulus and current change in employment.  

10/22/2009
Bipartisan effort stops misleading health care spending
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Bipartisan effort stops misleading health care spending

This morning, FreedomWorks joined a coalition made up of 20 groups representing the concerns of millions of Americans and also sent a KEY VOTE notice to Senators on Capitol Hill asking them to vote "NO" on cloture for S.

10/21/2009
New Report Highlights Harmful Effects of Climate Change Legislation
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New Report Highlights Harmful Effects of Climate Change Legislation

Today, Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) and Kit Bond (R-Mo.) released a report analyzing the likely effects of the Waxman-Markey energy bill passed by the House of Representatives in June. The report provides an analysis of aspects of the bill that have previously gone overlooked: Increased fuel prices and their effect on consumers. Up until now, analysis of Waxman-Markey has focused on electricity prices and ignored the harm caused by higher fuel costs. According to the report, Waxman-Markey will increase fuel costs by more than $3.6 trillion over the life of the bill.

10/21/2009
KEY VOTE "NO" ON CLOTURE FOR S. 1776
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KEY VOTE "NO" ON CLOTURE FOR S. 1776

Click here for PDF.

10/21/2009
An Open Letter to the United States Senate
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An Open Letter to the United States Senate

Click here for PDF. Dear Senator:

10/21/2009
Obama Justice Department: Voters Just Don't Know What's Good for Them
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Obama Justice Department: Voters Just Don't Know What's Good for Them

In a display of arrogance and racial politics shocking even for this administration, President Obama's Justice Department recently invalidated the will of an overwhelming majority of voters in Kinston, NC to make city elections non-partisan.From the Washington Times:

10/21/2009
Correcting a reporter on who has much to gain from Obamacare
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Correcting a reporter on who has much to gain from Obamacare

Last week, the normally excellent Washington Times allowed a rather shoddy article to get through, arguing that young adults could have “the most to gain” from Obamacare. The proposition is laughable and not one that should be made by a reporter. I wrote a more detailed argument about the article for the National Review Institute, and you can read it at:http://nrinstitute.org/mediamalpractice/?p=510

10/21/2009
House Democrats Finally Get Something Right
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House Democrats Finally Get Something Right

Last week, 72 House Democrats wrote a letter to Julius Genachowski, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) urging him to proceed with extreme caution on his net neutrality proposals.

10/21/2009
FreedomWorks Applauds House Democrats for Net Neutrality Stance
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FreedomWorks Applauds House Democrats for Net Neutrality Stance

On October 15, in a letter to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski, 72 House Democrats expressed concerns over the current FCC push for so called net neutrality.  The House Democrats, most of whom are members of the Blue Dog or New Democrat coalitions, urged the FCC to consider all the consequences of the proposed new regulatory scheme, specifically those that would impede the progress of growing broadband networks around the country.

10/21/2009
Where Do The Candidates Running for NY-23 Stand on Key Economic Issues?
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Where Do The Candidates Running for NY-23 Stand on Key Economic Issues?

Where do the three candidates running for the special election that will be held on November 3rd for the 23rd Congressional District in New York stand on important economic issues facing our country?  There are big decisions to be made and it is essential to know exactly where our Representatives will draw the line when it comes to pocketbook issues like health care reform, taxes and spending, cap and trade, and card check.

10/20/2009

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