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How Would You Spend $3 Trillion?
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How Would You Spend $3 Trillion?

This piece was originally published September 1, 2006 in The Washington Times.  www.washingtontimes.com The world's bureaucratic elites, including the United Nations, are demanding that the rich nations spend 0.7 percent of their gross domestic product on development aid. This is more than $300 billion a year, or well over $3 trillion over the next decade. The demand for such huge funds is given as the main rationale for global taxes to be levied on the world's taxpayers, outside the control of and accountability to national governments.

09/01/2006
South Carolina FreedomWorks Dinner Discussion
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South Carolina FreedomWorks Dinner Discussion

South Carolina FreedomWorks invites you to join us for a dinner meeting to discuss the importance of our limited government Freedom Agenda issues in the South Carolina District 5 Congressional race.This important gathering will be held on September 18 at 6:30pm at Thursday Too in Rock Hill.Dinner will be dutch treat.Hope to see you there!District 5 Congressional Issues DiscussionSeptember 18, 20066:30pmThursday TooFor more information and to make a reservation, please call:Mr. Allen Page:(336)213-1167

09/01/2006
How Would You Spend $3 Trillion?
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How Would You Spend $3 Trillion?

BY Richard W. Rahn

The world's bureaucratic elites, including the United Nations, are demanding that the rich nations spend 0.7 percent of their gross domestic product on development aid. This is more than $300 billion a year, or well over $3 trillion over the next decade. The demand for such huge funds is given as the main rationale for global taxes to be levied on the world's taxpayers, outside the control of and accountability to national governments.

09/01/2006
Behind the Scenes on Universal Preschool
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Behind the Scenes on Universal Preschool

08/31/2006
Social Security reform - The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review gets it
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Social Security reform - The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review gets it

As candidates across the country try to carry favor with voters, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review wants to kick-start the debate for them. Are the candidates willing to have the debate?  Make sure your candidate is!

08/29/2006
FreedomWorks Leads Rally at Idaho State Capitol
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FreedomWorks Leads Rally at Idaho State Capitol

IDAHO. On August 25th, FreedomWorks activists rallied on the steps of the Idaho Capitol during the special session of the legislature. Shown here (photo 2) talking with Rep. Pete Neilson (R-22)   Activists were interviewed by the following media: Boise TV - Channel 2 Idaho Falls TV - Channel 7 The Idaho Statesman (Boise) The Idaho Press Tribune (Nampa/Calwell) - photos only The Post Registar (Idaho Falls)   Over twenty state legislators stopped and talked to the activists and thanked them for coming. The most common remarks were: "It's good to see conservatives here for a change" and "You people are really informed on the issue, it's great to talk to you."     Activists quoted in the Idaho Statesman http://www.idahostatesman.com/

08/28/2006
State Farm v Willes -- Amicus in Support of Cert
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State Farm v Willes -- Amicus in Support of Cert

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08/25/2006
Bright and Early
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Bright and Early

BY Shay Totten

Come this fall, several new early-education programs will be in place throughout Vermont, thanks to a unique collaborative of philanthropists, education experts, and private foundations. In the past legislative session, early education or publicly funded pre-K programs were derided by some and extolled by others. In the end, lawmakers agreed to study the issue.

08/25/2006
Lawmakers In Boise To Clash Over Property Taxes
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Lawmakers In Boise To Clash Over Property Taxes

BY Jill Kuraitis

The 2006 Extraordinary Session of the Idaho Legislature is now underway. We’ll be watching and, in New West newsblog style, we’ll post the best of the blogosphere and traditional media coverage links as the day progresses.

08/25/2006

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