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Ethanol is no solution
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Ethanol is no solution

I like Sam, in fact I know Sam, but Sam is as wrong as the President when it relates to energy independence...ethanol is not solution to America. Who will be the candidate to raise Nuke Energy and if necessary the development of 3rd gen bio-de...using non-food grade or feed grade matter?

05/15/2007
Taxes
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Taxes

On the opening questions about taxes I saw a lot of posturing concerning tax cuts, but not a lot of talk about fundamental tax reform. Actually, only Huckabee brought up the idea of the sales tax as a way forward. Why do the front runners continue to ignore big ideas?

05/15/2007
Romney wants to reduce federal workforce through attrition
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Romney wants to reduce federal workforce through attrition

Here is a follow up question from the peanut gallary: Governor Romney, under your Administration, what would the national government stop doing that it is doing today?

05/15/2007
First one-third of the debate
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First one-third of the debate

Chris Wallace is headed toward devoting the first one third of tonight's debate to Iraq. I won't argue that it is not an important issue. However, voters who are already paying attention to candidates have a good idea of who stands where on the issue. Even the most diligent voter seeking information about the candidates is hard-pressed to learn about economic issues. Finally...after 20 minutes the first question on the subject.

05/15/2007
A good video on Internet Freedom
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A good video on Internet Freedom

This is a pretty informative video on the future of the net. A good source of info for those who might want to push "net neutrality" on us.

05/14/2007
FreedomWorks Comments on Proposed Federal Regulation of Vehicle Emissions
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FreedomWorks Comments on Proposed Federal Regulation of Vehicle Emissions

Today President Bush reiterated desire for a mandatory fuel standard that requires 35 billion gallons of renewable and other alternative fuels in the next ten years and to significantly increase the stringency of fuel standards in the motor vehicle fleet. Matt Kibbe, President and CEO of FreedomWorks commented:

05/14/2007
Special Interests or Voter Disinterest?
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Special Interests or Voter Disinterest?

Bryan Caplan had a nice essay in The Wall Street Journal on Saturday (subscription required).  Caplan has been working on these ideas for some time and has just published a widely praised book on the subject.  It would seem that it is important to educate people about how markets work while simultaneously giving politicians the right information and incentives to vote for pro-market incentives.  If the politician doesn't take notice, even the best ideas will fail to make it through the process and politicians' behavior is affected by what they hear and how they think it will affect their future.  To paraphrase Ronald Reagan's observation on the Congress' of the '80s, you have to show them the light and make them feel the heat.

05/13/2007
John Edwards' big ideas costly
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John Edwards' big ideas costly

It is not even the summer, and John Edwards has already proposed $1 trillion in new spending according to this AP story. At least he’s honest about where he would get the money: higher taxes. It is amazing what ideas you can come up with while sitting in your $6 million North Carolina estate, or lounging on a private jet on your way to the next $400 hair cut.

05/10/2007
FreedomWorks Sends Coalition Letter to Gov. Perdue
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FreedomWorks Sends Coalition Letter to Gov. Perdue

Download a .pdf of the actual letter. The Honorable Sonny PerdueGovernor, State of GeorgiaState CapitolAtlanta, Georgia 30334 Dear Governor Perdue:

05/10/2007
Demand Real Property Tax Reform for Pennsylvania!
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Demand Real Property Tax Reform for Pennsylvania!

Governor Rendell's tax shift plan will be on the ballot this Tuesday, May 15th. Voters will be asked to vote on the Act 1 question in nearly every school district in Pennsylvania. This question does not involve real and lasting property tax reform or relief. It only provides a tax shift and a temporary property tax reduction. Once the income tax levels are increased, very little prevents your property taxes from continuing to increase.

05/10/2007

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