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Bringing Home the Bacon
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Bringing Home the Bacon

When it comes to Congressional pork, there's a clear leader amongst the top  presidential candidates:

02/13/2008
Obama Diverted Tax Dollars to Wife's Employer
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Obama Diverted Tax Dollars to Wife's Employer

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The Washington Post's Paul Kane looks at the hundreds of millions of dollars in pork-spending earmarks secured by Sens. Clinton and Obama. (Senator McCain, to his great credit, refuses to engage in the practice, which is fraught with corruption, abuse, and waste.) The Post notes that in 2006, Sen. Obama diverted tax dollars to the University of Chicago hospital that employed his wife at the time.

02/13/2008
Credit Suisse Pushes for a Bailout
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Credit Suisse Pushes for a Bailout

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The Wall Street Journal's Damian Paletta is reporting on a lobbying effort by global investment bank Credit Suisse to pass a scheme that would stick taxpayers with hundreds of thousands of failing subprime mortgage loans:

02/13/2008
FreedomWorks North Carolina Plans 2008 GOTV
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Plans 2008 GOTV

Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Thirteen FreedomWorks Volunteer Leaders met in Winston-Salem to discuss the 2008 election cycle and how to educate and mobilize limited government conservatives.  The group included representatives from all over the state, discussing issues from tax reform to property rights. 

02/13/2008
Make It Flake! (Still)
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Make It Flake! (Still)

Jeff Flake's still got a shot at a seat on the appropriations committee. Here's Amanda Carpenter reporting for Townhall.

02/12/2008
All Together Now: Economic Stimulus!
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All Together Now: Economic Stimulus!

Apologies for the light posting; I'm still recovering from a nasty flu bug I picked up at CPAC. In the meantime, here's John Stossel taking a whack at the stimulus package:

02/12/2008
Hayek's Road to Serfdom: A Timely Reminder
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Hayek's Road to Serfdom: A Timely Reminder

< p>              In 1944 Friedrich Hayek’s Road to Serfdom was published, first in England and six months later in the United States.  The following year, Reader’s Digest published an abridged addition that was perhaps the most widely read economic tract of the time, reaching more than half a million readers in one format or another.  World War II, the harsh realities of Nazi Germany, and the emerging communist state in the Soviet Union provided Hayek with an especially powerful insight into

02/12/2008
Flake’s Still Up for Appropriations Spot
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Flake’s Still Up for Appropriations Spot

BY Amanda Carpenter

Although earmark hawk Rep. Jeff Flake (R.-Ariz.) may be a long-shot for the spot, he’s is still in the running to be appointed to the House Appropriations Committee. When Rep. Roger Wicker (R.-Miss.) left the House to fill Sen. Trent Lott’s empty Senate seat, he left an open seat on the powerful Appropriations Committee. Flake, a long time opponent of pork barrel spending, has aggressively campaigned for the position and has been loudly backed by movement conservatives. But for those very reasons many House Republicans are reluctant to put him on the committee.

02/12/2008
More on McCain
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More on McCain

President Bush spoke at CPAC at 7:15am, an hour when normal people's brains are still somewhere between gravy and melted ice cream. But it says something about his diminished status that the buzz around the conference today is still all about Romney and, to an even greater extent, John McCain. I don't have much to say about Romney other than endorsing this post by Chris Orr.

02/08/2008
The McCain Speech at CPAC
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The McCain Speech at CPAC

I've got to run to a briefing, but the quick version is this: Conservatives and free marketers have many disagreements with McCain, and they're right to. McCain-Feingold, McCain-Lieberman, the votes against the Bush tax cuts -- these are not exactly small matters. But what he said today should get some attention from advocates of limited-government. On earmarks, spending, taxes, and health care, McCain vowed to pursue a sturdy, realistic limited-government agenda.

02/07/2008

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