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Jessica or Ashlee? I Want PRAs
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Jessica or Ashlee? I Want PRAs

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A new report by Allison Kasic at the Independent Women's Forum explains the Social Security crisis in stark terms that anyone, but especially those younger workers, can understand :

10/19/2006
Pennsylvania: Campaign for the U.S. Senate
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Pennsylvania: Campaign for the U.S. Senate

Click here to download the .pdf version View all Pennsylvania state candidate surveys

10/19/2006
Billboards Focus on Lagging Michigan Economy
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Billboards Focus on Lagging Michigan Economy

MICHIGAN is #1.  No we are not talking about NCAA football.  Michigan has the highest unemployment rate in the country and we need to turn that around. FreedomWorks fights for lower taxes, less government and more economic freedom for all Americans. [Read our Michigan Freedom Agenda]

10/19/2006
FreedomWorks Joins President Bush in North Carolina
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FreedomWorks Joins President Bush in North Carolina

On October 18th President Bush visited Greensboro, NC to speak about his education policy. North Carolina FreedomWorks activists attended the meeting. You can read about our view on education policy here:  http://www.freedomworks.org/informed/key_template.php?issue_it=14 President Bush shared the stage with Secretary of Education Margaret Spelling and the principal of Faulkner Elementary School. 

10/19/2006
Fighting taxes in Florida!
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Fighting taxes in Florida!

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10/19/2006
Forecast Fault Lines
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Forecast Fault Lines

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10/18/2006
The GOP Has Some Explaining to Do
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The GOP Has Some Explaining to Do

This piece originally appeared on National Review Online on Oct. 18, 2006. In 2004, two out of three voters were investors, the majority of which voted to re-elect President George W. Bush. In fact, investors increased their vote for Bush from 51-46 in 2000 to 53-46 in 2004. As a result, Bush received 5 million more votes in the last election than the first time around, and eclipsed national levels for all categories of investors, including self-identified members of the investor class, 401(k) owners, and direct stockowners.

10/18/2006
"Free Press" Organization Threatens Free Markets
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"Free Press" Organization Threatens Free Markets

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10/18/2006
The GOP Has Some Explaining to Do
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The GOP Has Some Explaining to Do

BY Cesar Conda & Daniel Clifton

In 2004, two out of three voters were investors, the majority of which voted to re-elect President George W. Bush. In fact, investors increased their vote for Bush from 51-46 in 2000 to 53-46 in 2004. As a result, Bush received 5 million more votes in the last election than the first time around, and eclipsed national levels for all categories of investors, including self-identified members of the investor class, 401(k) owners, and direct stockowners.

10/18/2006
Forecast Fault Lines
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Forecast Fault Lines

BY Richard W. Rahn

Would you trust your life to U.S. government forecasts? The 2006 federal government fiscal year ended Sept. 30 with a deficit of $248 billion, which was $175 billion, or 71 percent smaller than that forecast by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in February of this year, a mere eight months earlier. The Clinton administration failed to predict the recession that began in the first quarter of 2001 as they were leaving; and as a result, the deficit went from a projected $283 billion surplus, as forecast by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) in February 2001, to a deficit of $159 billion for fiscal year 2002, or a change of a whopping $441 billion in 19 months.

10/18/2006

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