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Can James Carville be Yoda? He's Wrinkly Enough...
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Can James Carville be Yoda? He's Wrinkly Enough...

Darth: Always trying to expand his power Hillary: Not content with being First Lady or Senator Darth: Got into power with help of Emporer Palpatin Hillary: Got into politics with help of husband Darth: Wants to expand already enormous government, an Empire Hillary: Wants to expand already enormous government, a socialist empire Darth: Is normally calm, but has a horrible temper Hillary: Infamous for screaming at Secret Service agents over trivial inconveniences Darth: Tries to make the galaxy believe he is a benevolent dictator by lying Hillary: Lying to the American people ab

06/04/2007
Internet Tax Moratorium to Expire
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Internet Tax Moratorium to Expire

Kristina Rasmussen of NTU wrote a good piece on the internet tax moratorium and how not allowing it to expire has led to some reaching across partisan lines. The moratorium which was instituted in 1998 and renewed in 2001 and 2004, has kept taxpayers free from any new taxes on email and internet access services. Unfortunately, this moratorium is set to expire in November and their are some in Congress that would not mind seeing this moratorium quietly die. An expiration of this moratorium could mean a future of internet access fees on your bill as well as fees on the emails you send.

06/04/2007
FreedomWorks Campaigns for TABOR at the GOP Convention
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FreedomWorks Campaigns for TABOR at the GOP Convention

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. On May 18, 2007, FreedomWorks volunteer leader Tricia Boyd and 3 other activists worked the South Carolina Republican convention, gathering signatures for the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) petition.  Congressman Joe Wilson R-Columbia SC told them, "Keep up the good work." Follows are photos of FreedomWorks members at work!

06/04/2007
NAMIC Continues Fight Opposing New NAIC Model Audit Rule with Sarbanes-Oxley- Inspired Content
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NAMIC Continues Fight Opposing New NAIC Model Audit Rule with Sarbanes-Oxley- Inspired Content

BY Nancy Grover

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ Financial Regulation Standards and Accreditation Committee advanced a new Model Audit Rule (MAR) with content based on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, over the strong objections of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC). The vote was 7-3 in favor of passage.

06/04/2007
Passing Earmarks for Fun & Profit (New York Edition)
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Passing Earmarks for Fun & Profit (New York Edition)

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has set up a website where you can find information on earmarks passed in 2005. I just looked at New York earmarks.

06/03/2007
Dams -- Klamath Falls and the Hypocrital Green Movement.
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Dams -- Klamath Falls and the Hypocrital Green Movement.

Shikha Dalmia has an excellent essay from The Wall Street Journal on hypocricy within the environmental movement and the historical distinction between conservationists and preservationists.

06/03/2007
Key Vote "No" S. 3036: the Lieberman-Warner "Climate Security Act"
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Key Vote "No" S. 3036: the Lieberman-Warner "Climate Security Act"

On behalf of hundreds of thousands of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to vote “No” on S. 3036, the Lieberman-Warner “Climate Security Act.” The Act, which proposes to curb greenhouse gases, would significantly hamstring the economy of the United States by burdening taxpayers and risking thousands of jobs as our global competitiveness vanishes under a flood of regulations, taxes, and higher costs.

06/02/2007
Save the Polar Bears!
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Save the Polar Bears!

Greenpeace's "Project Thin Ice" seeks to save the polar bears "because the sea ice the bears depend on to hunt is melting." The webpage includes a pledge for all the good little socialists to see Al Gore's hit comedy "An Inconvenient Truth." Inconveniently for Greenpeace, the Competitive Enterprise Institute's Marlo Lewis, Jr, in his Congressional Briefing Paper "Al Gore's Science Fiction," has taken the time to research Gore's research, and expose the one-sided or misleading statements, exaggerations, speculations, and just plain w

05/31/2007
Boutique Gas Prevents Competition
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Boutique Gas Prevents Competition

Time.com has an interesting article on 'boutique gas'. Starting in the '90s state and federal rules have mandated certain environmental regulations on gas sold only in specific regions or metropolitan areas. This reduces the competitiveness of the gas market by breaking the national market into many smaller markets that each have their own barriers to entry.

05/31/2007
At Tech Conference, McCain Decides Against Net Neutrality
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At Tech Conference, McCain Decides Against Net Neutrality

Earlier this week, 2008  presidential candidate Republican John McCain spoke out against net neutrality.  According to The Daily Background, McCain stated

05/31/2007

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