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Energy and Stealth of G.O.P. Groups Undid a Sure Bet
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Energy and Stealth of G.O.P. Groups Undid a Sure Bet

BY ADAM NAGOURNEY, JEFF ZELENY, KATE ZERNIKE and MICHAEL COOPER

BOSTON — The e-mail message from a Massachusetts supporter to one of the leaders of the Tea Party movement arrived in early December. The state was holding a special election to fill the seat held by Senator Edward M. Kennedy, it said, and conditions were ripe for a conservative ambush: an Election Day in the dead of winter with the turnout certain to be low.

01/20/2010
MA Senate Race: Beyond Health Care
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MA Senate Race: Beyond Health Care

It's important to remember that the results of yesterday's election in Massachusetts have consequences beyond the immediate threat of ObamaCare. The election of Scott Brown to the U.S. Senate may very well have thwarted already struggling cap and trade legislation.  The New York Times has the story:

01/20/2010
1 Year Later: Obama's Approval Rating Plummeting
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1 Year Later: Obama's Approval Rating Plummeting

On January 20, 2009, President Obama spoke of hope and change as he was sworn into office with a 64% approval rating.  Today, exactly one year later, Obama’s approval rate continues to nose-dive as more Americans lose hope in his big-spending agendas.

01/20/2010
Scott Brown Wins Massachusetts Senate Seat
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Scott Brown Wins Massachusetts Senate Seat

Last night Republican Scott Brown beat Democrat Martha Coakley for the late Ted Kennedy’s open Senate seat by 5 points, exceeding all expectations and causing quite a stir not only among the Tea Party movement, but on Capitol Hill. This is the first time since 1972 that a Republican has taken a Massachusetts Senate seat, and the late surge of support was highly unexpected.

01/20/2010
Massachusetts Tea Party activists use FreedomWorks side-by-side for voter education
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Massachusetts Tea Party activists use FreedomWorks side-by-side for voter education

With the fate of healthcare reform, cap and trade, and other aspects of the Democrats agenda depending on the outcome of the January 19th Massachusetts special election, FreedomWorks has http://www.freedomworks.org/blog/mclemente/freedomworks-participates-in-...

01/19/2010
FreedomWorks activists get out the vote in Massachusetts
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FreedomWorks activists get out the vote in Massachusetts

Today, I joined local FreedomWorks activists who battled the harsh Massachusetts winter and took to the streets of Worcester in an effort to educate voters and encourage turnout in tomorrow's special election.  The contest is between State Attorney General Martha Coakley (D-Mass) and State Senator Scott Brown (R-Mass).  The winner will become Massachusetts' next Senator. 

01/19/2010
Virginia 10th Amendment Rally Draws 2,400 to the Capitol Grounds
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Virginia 10th Amendment Rally Draws 2,400 to the Capitol Grounds

Yesterday, I joined a record-breaking Lobby Day crowd of Virginians at the steps of the bell tower on Richmond's Capitol Grounds. I had the privilege to be one of the speakers who addressed the gathering on topics like the Tenth Amendment and its fundamental importance in our American system of divided sovereignty. They didn't need the lesson.

01/19/2010
FreedomWorks Joins Free Market Coalition to Oppose New Net Neutrality Regulations
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FreedomWorks Joins Free Market Coalition to Oppose New Net Neutrality Regulations

  FreedomWorks has joined efforts with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Discovery Institute, the Heartland Institute, and the Heritage Foundation to file comments opposing the FCC's proposed rules to create new regulations on the internet in the name of net neutrality.    With these joint comments the coalition wishes to express grave concern about the proposed rules, which we believe are unnecessary and may actually harm both the Internet and consumers.  

01/15/2010
Proposed Regulations Pose Threat to Internet
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Proposed Regulations Pose Threat to Internet

Before the Federal Communications Commission Washington, D.C. 20554    

01/15/2010
Democrats Reach Deal To Tax "Cadillac" Health Care Plans
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Democrats Reach Deal To Tax "Cadillac" Health Care Plans

Over the past few days, Obama has held extensive close-door meetings with democratic leaders to discuss how to pay for his massive health care plan. Politico reports that:Those involved in the talks sought to keep details of their progress under wraps. The negotiations delved into the Senate’s controversial tax on expensive insurance plans, which unions and House members strongly oppose, and, for a while Wednesday, labor leaders huddled privately with top administration aides.

01/15/2010

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