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The $800 billion plus stimulus package passed back in 2009 had huge implications for the wind industry. Under the section 1603 program, 75 wind farms across the country received over $4.4 billion worth of federal grants.
Obamacare Already Restricting Access To Care And Causing Higher Prices
This may not be news to our regular readers and activists at FreedomWorks, since we all predicted such outcomes if Obamacare were to be implemented. In other words, we didn't need to pass the bill to see what was in it - we knew the whole thing stunk.
FreedomWorks Joins a South Carolina School Choice Forum
Low Country 9-12 hosted a great forum on School Choice in Summerville, South Carolina this past Wednesday, with over 60 activists showing up to the event.Speakers at the forum included: Dr. David Longshore, a South Carolina School Board member; Ray Moore, from Exodus Mandate; Joe Kress, from the Dorchester County Taxpayers; and our very own Julie Borowski, a Policy Analyst here at FreedomWorks.
There is widespread public opinion that taxpayers have a right to know how their money is being spent. Making government transparent and accountable is an issue that transcends left vs. right politics. And all of us should work together to shed light on opaque government agencies and departments.
Many proponents of wind energy, including our current president, point to Europe as an example of how successful the wind industry can be if only given a chance in America. But how well is the wind industry really doing in Europe?
Tea Party Gains New Strength, Left Media Trots Out Old Hysteria
In April, Governor Bobby Jindal made history by signing into law one of the largest school choice programs in this country’s history. Included in the reform package was an expansion of the widely successful voucher program which would allow children in all low performing Louisiana schools to relocate via a voucher. The bill, which passed by a large margin, was heavily opposed by the Louisiana teachers union. Remember the footage of the teacher’s union field trip out front of the State House Building?