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Wayne County FreedomWorks Attends Political Meeting
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Press Release

Wayne County FreedomWorks Attends Political Meeting

GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA.  On July 23rd, the Wayne County FreedomWorks Chapter  attended the county GOP meeting to push for lower taxes and less government.  Fifteen FreedomWorks members were among those who heard Kathy Hartkopf and Allen Page speak at the Wayne County Republican Party meeting.  The topics discussed included:  1) Excise Tax Hike -- ask them to contact Senators 2) Property Rights 3) School Choice 4) Telecom Reform  FreedomWorks also signed up five new members.  Great work! 

07/26/2007
Key Vote YES on the Blumenauer/Ryan Farm Program Amendment
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Press Release

Key Vote YES on the Blumenauer/Ryan Farm Program Amendment

On behalf of nearly 850,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I write to urge you to VOTE YES on the Blumenauer/Ryan Farm Program amendment to H.R. 2419, the FY08 Farm Bill. The amendment would create annual limits to farm commodity payments and program benefits. The amendment is a step in the right direction: It increases fiscal discipline and reduces agricultural subsidies while promoting market competition. Specifically, the amendment would create a $40,000 limit on direct payments and overall would limit all farm commodity program payments and benefits to $250,000 per year.

07/25/2007
Tom Delay is Still Alive, FYI
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Blog Hit

Tom Delay is Still Alive, FYI

Published by Kedar July 25th, 2007 in Tom Delay, Republicans, Congress Tom Delay is still firing political missiles into the fray from his blog over at TomDelay.com. Today he posted about Congress’s pork-barrel spending and cited an article from the folks at FreedomWorks. Tom drew particular attention to a few earmarked items in the bill: $21.4 million for a program educating older adults on a healthy lifestyle, $8 million for wastewater facilities in rural communities, $5.4 million for grants to nonprofits to assist welfare recipients

07/25/2007
Union bosses pay homeless to do their dirty work
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Blog

Union bosses pay homeless to do their dirty work

In a recent Washington Post article, Keith Alexander uncovers a strategy that unions have been using for years- paying the homeless to protest.

07/23/2007
McCain Wants to Veto Pork
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Blog

McCain Wants to Veto Pork

Fledgling presidential candidate John McCain in Michigan today promised that if elected president he would repeal the alternative minimum tax.

07/23/2007
Ag Committee Fails to Reform Sugar
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Press Release

Ag Committee Fails to Reform Sugar

To: Members of the House Agriculture Committee We, as representatives of consumer, taxpayer, public policy, and humanitarian groups, are writing to express our opposition to the Sugar Program in the 2007 Farm Bill – Chairman’s Mark. 

07/20/2007
FreedomWorks North Carolina Fights for Property Rights
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Fights for Property Rights

Freedom Works activists from across North Carolina were in the Capitol today to attend a press conference to promote the passage of H878 "Eminent Domain" and to visit with Legislators.  

07/20/2007
FreedomWorks Attends Health Care Reform Press Conference
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FreedomWorks Attends Health Care Reform Press Conference

WASHINGTON, D.C. On Tuesday, July 17, FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe joined Rep. Mike Pence, representatives from the American for Tax Reform, the National Taxpayers Union, and other free market groups to organize and launch the effort to stop socialized health care. Kibbe stated that the federal government is already the largest buyer and seller of health care in the United States. This, he said, is why the solution is less government in a free market approach to health care, not total government ownership and control.

07/20/2007
Group wants Senate to vote on eminent domain
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Television Hit

Group wants Senate to vote on eminent domain

RALEIGH -- A group is calling on state senators to bring a House bill on eminent domain up for a vote. The group held a news conference Thursday in front of the legislative building. House Bill 878, which passed the House, has been stuck in committee in the Senate since 2001.

07/20/2007
More on Sicko
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More on Sicko

The National Center for Policy Analysis recently began a new website about Michael Moore's movie Sicko. It details some of the inaccuracies in the movie. Check it out!

07/19/2007

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