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House Leaders Pledge Immediate Earmark Reform
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House Leaders Pledge Immediate Earmark Reform

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Here's the media statement put out today: WASHINGTON, D.C. - The following statement was issued today by House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL), Majority Leader John Boehner (R-OH), and Rules Committee Chairman David Dreier (R-CA):

07/26/2006
Senate Line-Item Vote May be on tap for Sept.
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Senate Line-Item Vote May be on tap for Sept.

The Hill newspaper today reported that Senate Republican leaders plan to bring up a White House endorsed line item veto for a vote after the August recess. While many in the Senate leadership preferred a budget reform package introduced by Sen.

07/26/2006
Congressman Hayes Signs FreedomWorks Candidate Survey
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Congressman Hayes Signs FreedomWorks Candidate Survey

NORTH CAROLINA.  FreedomWorks 2006 Candidate Survey program continues to put federal candidates on the record on the key Freedom Agenda issues.  The latest to sign: North Carolina U.S. Rep. Robin Hayes.

07/26/2006
Dr. Brough Guest on Lou Dobbs
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Dr. Brough Guest on Lou Dobbs

Dr. Brough was a guest on CNN’s Lou Dobbs on Wednesday July 26. Dr. B was part of a story on the proposed international fuel tax to create an independent source of income for the UN.

07/26/2006
PAPER OR PLASTIC?
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PAPER OR PLASTIC?

LINKED NEWS ANALYSIS Credit and debit cards have come to play a significant role in today’s economy, with consumers owning more than 566 million MasterCard and Visa cards alone as of 2004. Indeed, the use of these payment methods has long since outpaced the role of checks and even cash for most consumers. By 2004 electronic payments had exceeded payments with checks by 7.8 billion transactions. - FreedomWorks Click Here For The Full Story Staff Selections - Links

07/26/2006
Property Rights Not For Sale in Ohio
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Property Rights Not For Sale in Ohio

Today, in the first state supreme court decisions since the US Supreme Court’s reviled Kelo decision, Ohio’s supreme court rejected the city of Norwood’s bid to use eminent domain to confiscate properties in a “deteriorating” neighborhood and give them to private developers. The court unanimously ruled that the economic development rationale which the U.S. Supreme Court used to justify Kelo violated Ohio’s constitution.

07/25/2006
Lower Wages the Unintended Consequence of Higher Minimum Wage
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Lower Wages the Unintended Consequence of Higher Minimum Wage

Heritage presents a few good reasons to oppose the minimum wage on its website, the chief one being that it lowers income. But wait, you ask, how can a law that mandates that businesses pay more per hour reduce the income of workers? Shouldn’t it raise income?

07/25/2006
Doha Round Dead Over Ag Dispute
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Doha Round Dead Over Ag Dispute

The latest round of World Trade Organization talks has collapsed over disagreements between the EU and the US. Both have put the blame on each other for the failure of the so-called "Doha round" of talks, which began in 2001. The US had called on the EU to drastically cut agricultural tariffs so as to allow US farmers access to European markets, but the EU wouldn't budge unless the US cut farm subsidies first.

07/25/2006
Paper or Plastic? The Transition from Cash to Payment Cards
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Paper or Plastic? The Transition from Cash to Payment Cards

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07/25/2006
It's Time to Drill for Natural Gas
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It's Time to Drill for Natural Gas

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