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Five possible reasons why Congress’ approval rating is below 10%
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Five possible reasons why Congress’ approval rating is below 10%

Rasmussen Reports released a new survey today that showed Congress has reached an all time low, receiving a dismal 9% approval rating. This is the first survey in Rasmussen’s history where Congressional rating has dropped below 10%. Even when broken down by party affiliation, only 13% of Democrats and 8% of Republicans gave Congress positive marks.

07/07/2008
Tell Me More, Tell Me More
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Tell Me More, Tell Me More

The New York Times informs us that people are still fretting over the upcoming DTV transition.  Will everyone be aware? Will they know what to do? This is a TV emergency! As I've noted before, there's already plenty of money being spent to fund education efforts.

07/07/2008
"Take Back The State" Rally in North Carolina
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"Take Back The State" Rally in North Carolina

On June 25th in Raleigh, North Carolina, o ver 50 FreedomWorks members participated in a "Take Back The State Rally" asking the legislature for lower taxes, less government and more freedom. The event was sponsored by AFP and other conservative organizations.  We signed up around 100 new members.

07/07/2008
Humility Isn't An Offense
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Humility Isn't An Offense

Indur Goklany's got a lengthy but sharp post up about various climate-change mitigation schemes.  The gist is that even the plan proposed by Yale environmental economist William Nordhaus -- probably the most sensible and rational of the major climate-change response plans -- fails to take human adaptation into account.  More broadly, however, I think the takeaway from Goklany's post is this line:

07/06/2008
A Disastrous Budget Process
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Press Release

A Disastrous Budget Process

Lee Hamilton is Director of the Center on Congress at Indiana University. He was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for 34 years.  Reprinted with permission.

06/30/2008
FreedomWorks Ad Campaign Asks: "Have the Blue Dog Democrats Lost Their Bite?"
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FreedomWorks Ad Campaign Asks: "Have the Blue Dog Democrats Lost Their Bite?"

The "Blue Dog" Coalition in Congress is a group of legislators that claim, according to the group’s own website, to have "a deep commitment to the financial stability and national security of the United States," but they have yet to speak out against the Dodd-Countrywide housing bailout bill currently before Congress.

06/30/2008
Congress Mulls Mortgage Guarantees; Critics See More Harm than Good Likely
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Congress Mulls Mortgage Guarantees; Critics See More Harm than Good Likely

BY Adam Brandon

Slow housing sales, falling property values, and rising mortgage defaults and foreclosures have prompted Congress to ready a bill to intervene in the housing market. But the bill's supporters face tough opposition from critics who believe it constitutes an unjustified bailout. The plan would grant taxpayer guarantees to refinance up to $300 billion in private mortgages across the nation.

06/30/2008
July Meeting
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July Meeting

BY Ben Asa Rast

Matt Kibbe, President of FreedomWorks will be the speaker at the next luncheon of the Columbia Economics Club. FreedomWorks is a non-profit organization designed to fight for lower taxes, less government and more economic freedom for Americans. Topic: "The Mortgage Crisis and the Economy: Is the Cure Worse than the Disease?" Date: Tuesday, July 1st Time: Noon Luncheon Location: 1201 Main Street, Capital City Club, Columbia, South Carolina RSVP to Kathryn Robinson About the speaker...

06/30/2008
Matt Kibbe on a dangerous sneaky provision in the mortgage bailout bill
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Matt Kibbe on a dangerous sneaky provision in the mortgage bailout bill

BY Rossputin

As if the mortgage bailout bill isn't enough of a travesty, it also includes an unrelated but dangerous provision which should concern us all. I doubt whether this horrible legislation can be stopped, at least in the Senate, but I urge you all to contact your Senators and your Representative and urge them to vote against the bill, both for its stated purpose and for the danger which Matt Kibbe, President of FreedomWorks, points out in this article: Chucking Privacy American Spectator -- Matt Kibbe

06/29/2008
Mortgages Hook for Taxpayers?
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Mortgages Hook for Taxpayers?

BY Matt Kibbe

Shareholders of Countrywide Financial have voted for Bank of America's estimated $3 billion takeover of the struggling mortgage company. Many analysts and investors publicly wonder why Bank of America would buy the troubled mortgage lender, which holds a rapidly deteriorating portfolio of tens of billions of dollars in exotic loans, owns almost $2.6 billion in foreclosed properties, and is trading below book value. The information surfacing about Sen. Christopher Dodd's mortgage lender bailout bill may provide the answer.

06/29/2008

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