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Candidates Focusing on the Past
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Candidates Focusing on the Past

Bloomberg has noted that the 2008 presidential candidates on both sides of the political spectrum have been relied on themes from past when conveying their stance on issues.

08/29/2007
Are Tax Cuts Like Entitlement Spending?
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Are Tax Cuts Like Entitlement Spending?

Somewhat strangely, Fred Thompson seems to think so.

08/29/2007
The Stuff You're Reading Could Annoy You
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The Stuff You're Reading Could Annoy You

An editorial in today's L.A. Times addresses proposed ozone regulations by starting with an alarmist bang: "The stuff you're breathing could kill you."  The piece then goes on to assert that new ozone regs should be put into place without even hinting at the potential costs of implementation.  Carter Wood's got a succinct debunking over at the NAM blog:

08/29/2007
Lone Rangel
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Lone Rangel

Over at the Hill’s Congress blog, a place where legislators get to post substanceless political boilerplate, Charles Rangel blathers on:

08/28/2007
From the 'How Is This Not Parody?' Dept.
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From the 'How Is This Not Parody?' Dept.

The New York Times runs what I can only surmise must have been an Onion story that mysteriously slipped into the NYT layout:

08/28/2007
Nuts!
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Nuts!

The New York Times has an article today on the impending expiration of a number of low mortgage "teaser" rates on adjustable-rate mortgages.  Basically, several million people agreed to mortgages with low initial payments, but the payments are about to jump, and there are fears (probably at least somewhat accurate) that many won't be able to pay.  The good news is that even Barney Frank--not exactly a free-market hero--is refusing to initiate a broad bailout.

08/27/2007
FreedomWorks On the Ground in New Hampshire
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FreedomWorks On the Ground in New Hampshire

08/27/2007
Activist Appreciation and Anti- Land Transfer Tax Picnic Held in Mitchell County
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Activist Appreciation and Anti- Land Transfer Tax Picnic Held in Mitchell County

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08/27/2007
The Incremental Movement
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The Incremental Movement

BY Brianna Cardiff

How did the United States government expand from its humble beginnings in the 1700s (when the government struggled for funds under the Articles of Confederation) to the monstrosity it is today? Step by step. That is how change generally occurs. On occasion, there are grand, dramatic movements, but more often it is the incremental steps, at times almost imperceptible, that result in big changes later on. It is due to their largely imperceptible nature that these changes can be so dangerous.

08/27/2007
FreedomWorks Meets with Rep. Patrick McHenry
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FreedomWorks Meets with Rep. Patrick McHenry

MOORSEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. On August 21st, Iredell County FreedomWorks Activist met with Congressman Patrick McHenry on biogeneric medicine.  FreedomWorks members made the case to the Congressman that competition is good in the medical field.  It will keep the prices of medicine down.

08/24/2007

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