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North Carolina FreedomWorks Meets in Winston Salem
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North Carolina FreedomWorks Meets in Winston Salem

In the name of our FreedomWorks mantra of “Lower Taxes, Less Government, and More Freedom”, on Wednesday, August 8, FreedomWorks activists from across the state traveled to Winston Salem for a lunch time meeting.  North Carolina FreedomWorks State Director, Allen Page welcomed the group and thanked them for caring enough to spend their day working for freedom!

08/09/2007
Were In Ur TeeVee, Doin Ur Economicz
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Were In Ur TeeVee, Doin Ur Economicz

I didn't get to watch the AFL-CIO-hosted Democratic debate the other night, but from the reports, looks like I didn't miss much. Greg Mankiw, however, points us to this extremely useful--and rather entertaining--post by James Pethokoukis at Capital Commerce detailing the loopy economic ideas that popped up at the debate. For instance:

08/08/2007
There Ain't No Such Thing As A...
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There Ain't No Such Thing As A...

In the New York Times, Dave Leonhardt takes on the myth of "More care! Less money!" A focus on preventative care, he explains, will make people healthier -- but, contrary to what's being claimed by many liberal health-care advocates, there's little reason to believe it will cost less.

08/08/2007
Oh, the Farmer and the Legislator Can Be Friends
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Oh, the Farmer and the Legislator Can Be Friends

Cato’s Chris Edwards points us to Minnesota Representative Tim Walz’s rather perverse justification for yet another bloated farm bill:

08/08/2007
What's a Few Billion Amongst Friends (or Appropriators)?
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What's a Few Billion Amongst Friends (or Appropriators)?

Congress has taken a commercial break, but stay tuned: The big finale's still ahead, and with the current crop of big-government liberals at the helm, it's sure to be a big-budget spectacle. After legislators return, the major fight will be over appropriations -- what's politely referred to as "discretionary" spending. President Bush has threatened to veto any appropriations bill that exceeds his request. Currently, eight of the twelve bills offered by the House meet that criteria.

08/08/2007
House Takes Wrong Direction on Energy Policy
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House Takes Wrong Direction on Energy Policy

Download the .pdf of the letter with signatures Dear House Leaders, On behalf of the undersigned organizations representing hundreds of thousands of taxpayers, small businesses, shareholders, consumers and senior citizens, we strongly urge you and your colleagues to reverse the increasingly dangerous direction that the 110th Congress is taking with punitive energy policies that would punish the economy by raising taxes, raising energy prices and driving a death nail into domestic energy production.

08/08/2007
Join Us August 20th in Tulsa
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Join Us August 20th in Tulsa

Just in case you forgot, save the date! Join us for a breakfast with Senator Inhofe! Contact: Adam Brandon Phone: (202) 942-7698 Email: abrandon@freedomworks.org Join FreedomWorks and Senator James Inhofe for a complimentary breakfast on August 20th. On Monday, August 20th, at 8:00 AM, FreedomWorks will host a complimentary breakfast to discuss the future of U.S. energy policy and the economic costs of global warming legislation being considered in Congress. Find out from Senator Inhofe where the debate stands, and what the opposition will be doing this fall.

08/07/2007
FINALLY- they're telling me how to talk
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FINALLY- they're telling me how to talk

New York is considering banning two widely-used "bad words."

08/06/2007
Ron Paul: The Internet's favorite candidate
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Newspaper Article

Ron Paul: The Internet's favorite candidate

BY Declan McCullagh

Ron Paul is a Republican congressman and U.S. presidential hopeful who, in the usual shorthand of political journalists, is known as a "long shot" for the White House. Paul's poll numbers award him less than 2 percent of the vote among Republican candidates, and he was unceremoniously excluded from an Iowa debate in June organized by a tax watchdog group that happens to share his political views. Even otherwise flattering articles consign his candidacy to "the realm of dreams, not practical politics."

08/06/2007
Key Vote 'NO' on the Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act
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Key Vote 'NO' on the Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act

On behalf of the nearly 850,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to VOTE NO on H.R. 2776, the Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act of 2007. This energy bill would scale back gains in domestic exploration and capacity that would impose ultimately be borne by consumers. In addition, this bill would increase oil production costs by revising section 199 of the tax code, which would eliminate funds for domestic energy production and exploration in order to provide tax breaks for alternative fuel production. These changes would saddle domestic energy suppliers with costly new taxes that will raise prices for consumers.

08/03/2007

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