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FreedomWorks Attends Young Conservatives of Texas Annual Convention
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FreedomWorks Attends Young Conservatives of Texas Annual Convention

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04/18/2008
North Carolina FreedomWorks Meets in Marion
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North Carolina FreedomWorks Meets in Marion

Marion, North Carolina.  On April 15th, 25 FreedomWorks activists gathered for a tax and legislative update from Becki Gray with the Locke Foundation.  Becki updated the group on their tax burden in McDowell County and from the state of North Carolina.  She also stressed how property rights are constatntly under attack in North Carolina.  The latest is the state's proposal to put water meters on private wells to monitor water use.  Forced annexation was mentioned as a hot issue now in the capital.  How change was finally was in the wind.

04/18/2008
Opposing the Land Transfer Tax in North Carolina
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Opposing the Land Transfer Tax in North Carolina

West Jefferson, North Carolina.  On April 14th, 20 area FreedomWorks activists and business leaders met to hear why Ashe County does not need a 200% Land Transfer Tax increase.  Chad Adams from the Locke Foundation questioned as to why they need a tax increase when the county has a 23% fund balance and stands to receive $10 million of "hold harmleass" over the next 10 years from Medicaid.

04/18/2008
A Glimmer?
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A Glimmer?

Cato's Michael Tanner sees some hope in the fact that neither Obama nor McCain are proposing to mandate the purchase of health insurance.

04/17/2008
What Legacy?
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What Legacy?

I'm in the American Spectator this morning with a piece speculating on the motivations behind Bush's global warming speech yesterday. One thing I didn't note was that McCain's people are probably frustrated by this. While Bush didn't go all the way in endorsing cap and trade, as McCain has, he did substantially moderate his position on the issue, meaning it will be even tougher for McCain to differentiate himself from the current administration.

04/16/2008
No Limits: Senator Dodd to Push Fed on Student Loans
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No Limits: Senator Dodd to Push Fed on Student Loans

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Senator Chris Dodd, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, yesterday said he will pressure the Federal Reserve to intervene in student loan markets. Dodd announced his intention to send letters in the coming days asking Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke to use existing tools to avert a breakdown in the market for student loans... The Wall Street Journal reports Sen.

04/16/2008
The Other Side of Fed Policy
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The Other Side of Fed Policy

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The dramatic loosening of monetary policy is spiking dollar-based commodity prices worldwide. While there are many factors driving higher commodity prices, including U.S. biofuels mandates, I believe Fed policy is a major cause. Banks and homeowners and some exporters are helped by the Fed's actions, but consumers are taking it on the chin. As Milton Friedman once said, there's no such thing as a free lunch.

04/16/2008
Grassroots Report: March Campaigns Summary
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Grassroots Report: March Campaigns Summary

Once thought to afflict only college basketball players and fans, it would seem that politicians across the country came down with a very serious case of March madness. Tradition defines insanity as "doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results." If this is the case, then things could get messy as legislators and leaders everywhere let the same opportunities to make the right decision slip through their fingers, even as they considered the same failed ideas all over again.

04/16/2008
One Regulator to Rule Them All
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One Regulator to Rule Them All

< p>In the midst of a market meltdown fueled by a nervous housing sector, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson unveiled a 200-plus page blueprint for overhauling the regulatory structure of the nation’s financial institutions.  In many ways, this is a welcome and important first step toward modernizing the current patchwork of rules applied to various financial products.  At the same time, caution is required to avoid creating a regulatory monolith with sweeping new powers that can do more harm than good.  < p class="MsoNormal">       &nbs

04/16/2008
2009-2010 Legislative Candidate Survey Report
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2009-2010 Legislative Candidate Survey Report

On behalf FreedomWorks North Carolina, our 2009-1010 candidate survey was sent to all candidates for the North Carolina state legislature. This report represents those surveys returned by April 16th, 2008. [Download the report pdf.]   Questions: 1. During the 2009-2010 legislative session, I pledge that in order to keep the burden of taxation in North Carolina no higher than its present level plus inflation, I will support a Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

04/16/2008

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