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Earmarks: The Gateway Drug to Spending Addiction
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Earmarks: The Gateway Drug to Spending Addiction

Omnibusting is reporting that Bush is expected to announce tomorrow whether or not he'll issue the much-anticipated executive order telling federal agencies to ignore the vast majority of the earmarks in this year's omnibus.  This could be huge, and could give Bush, who has been struggling to bolster his fiscal conservative credentials, an big win with the public.  Polls consistently indicate that public is overwhelmingly against earmarks (67% in this poll), making this another instance where good policy is also good politics.

01/06/2008
Friedman on greed
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Friedman on greed

In keeping with the Milton Friedman posts here at FreedomTalks, I thought I'd post this fascinating video. It's Uncle Milty on Donahue back in the 1970s defending capitalism. More importantly, however, he stands up for the concept which Adam Smith identified so eloquently in An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations- individuals pursuing their personal interests. This concept, unfortunately, has come to be known as "greed" by the Left. Friedman dashes this pejorative meaning to the term.

01/05/2008
My caucus night in Iowa: a diary
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My caucus night in Iowa: a diary

Last night, I showed up at East High School in Sioux City, Iowa for the Republican caucuses with Milton Friedman's book "Free to Choose" under my arm. I was excited to be attending my second caucus. We filed into the gymnasium with our blue paper ballots and heard a few words from representatives of the candidates. They were supposed to speak for two minutes, but each went on for at least four.

01/03/2008
Health "Responsibility"
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Health "Responsibility"

Universal health care: It's free! It's easy!

01/02/2008
Still Time for Earmark Reform.
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Still Time for Earmark Reform.

Of course, with all the ruckus in Iowa, it would be easy to forget about a current, pressing policy issue in Washington: Earmarks!

01/02/2008
More on Huckabee
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More on Huckabee

Today, the Drudge Report linked a short YouTube clip of ultraliberal Susan Estrich discussing the Democrats' view of a Huckabee nomination. Huckabee could win tomorrow. Huckabee is the Democrats' dream...If the Republicans nominate Huckabee, honey, I'm dancing at the inaugural ball. It's a bad sign when the other party approves of your frontrunner.

01/02/2008
Tonight's the night
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Tonight's the night

Tonight is a very important night. Not only will the endless TV and radio commercials finally stop, but I get to caucus! I'll show up early to East High School in Sioux City- still undecided- to join in the democratic process. I'll let the campaign members try to convince me. If they don't, I'm caucusing for Milton Friedman. Like Peter said in a previous post, victories for either Huckabee or Edwards would be disastrous.

01/02/2008
Lobbyists: Not as bad as the Dems say
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Lobbyists: Not as bad as the Dems say

Caucus season is fun in Iowa. That is, unless you are trying to watch television. One can't watch Saturday Night Live without seeing a "floating cross" or hearing the meaningless mantra "change, change, change." It follows that last night, in between push-polling calls, I saw several commercials from Democratic candidates decrying lobbyists and their "grip" on Washington. Those evil, greedy slimeballs always try to bribe our angelic elected officials, right? That's what the Dems would have you think, but it's not true. You see, lobbyists are written into the Constitution.

01/02/2008
Urgent: Protect State Sovereignty
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Urgent: Protect State Sovereignty

< p>Is there a better way to kick off the New Year than with a good rally for the cause of Freedom?  < p style="text-align: left" class="MsoNormal">FreedomWorks Oklahoma invites you to attend a rally to support State Representative Charles Key’s legislation designed to protect Oklahomans from unwarranted federal intrusion that puts our unalienable rights to life, liberty, and property in jeopardy.  This includes his Tenth Amendment Resolution which re-affirms the scope of authority granted to states and the limitations placed on national government as set forth in the US

01/02/2008
New Year, New Taxes
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New Year, New Taxes

I'm a Virginia resident, and I got a new (to me) car last year. Looks like I made it just in time.

01/01/2008

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