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Congress Should Sign Feeney Letter Opposing Tax Hikes
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Press Release

Congress Should Sign Feeney Letter Opposing Tax Hikes

TAKE A STAND AGAINST TAX INCREASES ON WORKING FAMILIES AND AMERICAN BUSINESSES Download the .pdf of the letter January 22, 2007 Dear Representative:

01/22/2007
Global Warming Based on Science?
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Global Warming Based on Science?

The following article was originally published by Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs Is Global Warming Talk Based on Science? By David Deming, Ph.D. I recently read an editorial column in an Oklahoma newspaper alleging that Senator Inhofe is "not the leader we deserve" because he refuses to toe the party line on global warming. That's funny. I thought that the ability to think independently was the very definition of leadership. Senator Inhofe is a skeptic on global warming because he knows the science.

01/19/2007
Mitchell County Holds January Meeting
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Mitchell County Holds January Meeting

BAKERSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. On January 11th, FreedomWorks members in Mitchell County met to discuss our plan of attack for 2007. Over 35 people were in attendance. State Director Allen Page updated the group on what to expect from Raleigh with a $1billion shortfall in the state budget. Lawmakers in Raleigh are already looking at raising the cigarette tax again, among other tax increase, and are also considering banning public smoking. Roger Wilson was elected again to head up the Chapter. Also in attendance were County Commissioners Mike Hensley and Jim Saylor (both activists).

01/19/2007
Rep. Sali: Democrat Energy Proposal Would Hit Idahoans Hard at the Pump
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Rep. Sali: Democrat Energy Proposal Would Hit Idahoans Hard at the Pump

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One of the new Members of Congress, Idaho's Rep. Bill Sali, clearly understands the economics underpinning the Democrats' energy bill passed in the House this week. Rep. Sali noted in a release tonight that policy ideas like raising taxes "would only further de-energize America and cost consumers more for the gas they need." Rep. Sali further commented on the bill: "This legislation increases taxes by $7.7 billion in tax hikes over a ten-year period, costs which will be passed directly to people who put gas in their cars-- namely, just about everyone.

01/18/2007
Battle Brewing for Line Item Veto
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Battle Brewing for Line Item Veto

As today's RollCall reports, Senate Republicans are threatening to bring the Democrats ethics and lobbying package to a halt if an amendment for a line item veto is not considered. While Majority Leader Reid has said he would allow the line item to appear on the floor as a stand alone item bill before the Easter recess, most in the GOP do not see the need. Senator Gregg, who sponsored the amendment, seemed to state what many felt: "Why not now?" Roll Call has more

01/17/2007
Big Labor's Card Check is Bad News for Workers
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Big Labor's Card Check is Bad News for Workers

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01/17/2007
Freedom Works Key-Votes H.R. 6, the CLEAN Energy Act of 2007
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Freedom Works Key-Votes H.R. 6, the CLEAN Energy Act of 2007

On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I write to urge you to vote NO on H.R. 6, the CLEAN Energy Act of 2007. As you know, energy is a crucial resource for our everyday lives, whether it is heating our homes or fueling our vehicles. Even more importantly, energy is a vital component to a strong, competitive economy and necessary for sustained growth.

01/17/2007
Obama's Past Includes Tax Hikes
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Obama's Past Includes Tax Hikes

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Human Events examines Senator Barack Obama's record in the Illinois legislature, and finds a number of votes against business and in favor of higher taxes. Obama voted to sustain the state's death tax, he voted for a protectionist tax scheme on gas from outside the state, and he voted to increase the state minimum wage.

01/16/2007
Net Neutrality Bill: Saving or Strangling the Internet?
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Net Neutrality Bill: Saving or Strangling the Internet?

Network neutrality — an issue that created a firestorm of controversy on Capitol Hill last year — will be on the congressional agenda again in 2007 thanks to Senators Olympia Snowe and Byron Dorgan. Snowe and Dorgan this week filed the Internet Freedom Preservation Act, designed to ensure network operators treat all Internet content equally. >>> Read more…

01/13/2007
Big Labor’s Card Check is Bad News for Workers
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Newspaper Article

Big Labor’s Card Check is Bad News for Workers

BY Matt Kibbe

The political pendulum is swinging with full force towards the powerful interests who helped elect the new congressional majority. Those interests favor big government and a command and control economy. First up, the Democrat controlled Congress is using their new power to propose a bonanza of legislation to try to save big labor. If they succeed, American workers will pay the price.

01/12/2007

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