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Hypocrisy of the highest order
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Hypocrisy of the highest order

This mailing has been going around the internet for a while, so you've probably seen it, but I decided to blog about it now. It seems that the time is right in the so-called "international debate" about climate change. Its called "A Tale of Two Houses".... House #1 A 20 room mansion ( not including 8 bathrooms ) heated by natural gas. Add on a pool ( and a pool house) and a separate guest house, all heated by gas. In one month this residence consumes more energy than the average American household does in a year.

08/01/2007
Restore Oversight and Authorization to the Budget Process
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Restore Oversight and Authorization to the Budget Process

Download the .pdf of the full letter with signatures July 25, 2007 The Honorable James M. InhofeUnited States Senator453 Russell Senate Office BuildingWashington, DC 20510 Dear Senator Inhofe: On behalf of our organizations, we are writing to support your contention that Congressional authorizing committees are an integral part of the effort to exercise discipline over out-of-control earmarking in appropriations bills.

08/01/2007
Key Vote "NO" on the Udall/Platts Renewable Energy Standard Amendment
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Key Vote "NO" on the Udall/Platts Renewable Energy Standard Amendment

On behalf of nearly 850,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I write to urge you to VOTE NO on the Udall/Platts Renewable Energy Standard amendment to the energy package being considered in the House this week. The proposed amendment would create a mandate requiring the use of renewable portfolio standard for generating electricity starting in 2010 with the goal of forcing electric utilities to produce 20 percent of their energy from renewable sources by 2020.

08/01/2007
FreedomWorks Responds to Senator Dick Durbin on Broadband Policy
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FreedomWorks Responds to Senator Dick Durbin on Broadband Policy

Senator Dick Durbin has proposed a three point plan in order to remedy the issue of broadband speed and availability in the United States. These are: 1) I believe that broadband must be universal and affordable 2) I feel we must preserve an online environment for innovation 3) I want to ensure that this technology allows more voices to be heard

08/01/2007
Ron Paul Leads FreedomWorks Poll
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Ron Paul Leads FreedomWorks Poll

FreedomWorks is conducting this nationwide online straw poll to measure where the candidates stand among our members. The GOP Strawpoll ends at midnight, August 2nd, and the totals will be reported back to FreedomWorks members and the national media. Congressman Ron Paul (R-Tex) leads.

08/01/2007
FCC Head on Wireless Spectrum Auction
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FCC Head on Wireless Spectrum Auction

The head of the FCC Kevin Martin sits down with Jessica Holzer of the Hill newspaperto discuss the rules for the anticipated 700 megahertz wireless spectrum auction and why he is only guaranteeing one-third of the auction open access

07/31/2007
Key Vote 'NO' on H.R. 3162, the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) Bill
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Key Vote 'NO' on H.R. 3162, the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) Bill

On behalf of nearly 850,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I write to urge you to VOTE NO on H.R. 3162, the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) reauthorization bill being offered in the House. Funded by a $0.45 increase in the federal cigarette excise tax and a nearly 200% raise in taxes on cigars, the SCHIP reauthorization proposal calls for up to $50 billion in new funds for the program, dwarfing the President’s current request of $5 billion over 5 years.

07/31/2007
North Carolina Lawmakers Pass $20.7 Billion Budget
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North Carolina Lawmakers Pass $20.7 Billion Budget

This morning, it became official: North Carolina has a new state budget – to the tune of $20.7 billion dollars. Late yesterday, July 30, state legislators gave final approval to the massive spending plan. This morning, July 31, Governor Easley signed it into law with his “John Hancock.”

07/31/2007
Private Social Security Accounts Could Make Up For Lack of Savings
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Private Social Security Accounts Could Make Up For Lack of Savings

A recent article in the Boston Globe wrote that Nearly one-third of baby boomers ages 51 to 61 are at risk of not having enough in savings to finance a comfortable retirement One of the reasons people are having difficulty saving is because social security does not pay seniors enough to live on. If individuals could have private accounts they would get an actual return on their money and be able to afford a better retirement.

07/30/2007
Happy Birthday, Uncle Milty
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Happy Birthday, Uncle Milty

Today would have been Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman's 95th birthday. Friedman embodied classical liberalism, supporting limited government and fewer taxes. This video, from the black-and-white days of television, showcases Friedman in his prime, when he was at the University of Chicago. He discusses welfare and Social Security- topics that are incredibly relevant today.

07/30/2007

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