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Students Not Snickering at Benefit Cuts
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Students Not Snickering at Benefit Cuts

The folks at Students for Saving Social Security have found an ingenious way to educate citizens about the importance of Social Security reform, posted on their blog.  They set up a game for students at Portland State offering free Snickers bars as the prize while displaying full size bars in their advertisements.  When students won the game, however, they only got mini-sized candy bars, enraging many of the students.  In response to this anger organizers explained that the game was meant to show students the inherent unfairness of Social Security, where large benefits are promised but only bite sized ones can be delivered under current funding.

07/10/2006
Democrats on the Death Tax
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Democrats on the Death Tax

In an article from the National Review, Deroy Murdock, a Senior Fellow at the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, praises the few Democrats in Congress who want to end the death tax. It seems a few of the Dems understand its damaging effects after all.

07/10/2006
State and Local Debt Skyrocketing
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State and Local Debt Skyrocketing

The Tax Policy Studies division of the Cato Institute recently published a report showing huge increases in state and local government debt. Since 2000, total state and local debt has increased 55 percent from $1.19 to $1.85 trillion.

07/10/2006
Southern Californians Call for an End to the Death Tax
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Southern Californians Call for an End to the Death Tax

FreedomWorks activists joined the Temecula Valley Republican Women Federated (http://www.tvrwf.org) and the Murrieta-Temecula Republican Assembly (http://www.mt-ra.com) in the July 4th Parade in Old Town Temecula, California.

07/10/2006
FreedomWorks' Matt Kibbe Argues Against Net Neutrality Mandates on CNBC Morning Call
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FreedomWorks' Matt Kibbe Argues Against Net Neutrality Mandates on CNBC Morning Call

07/10/2006
FreedomWorks North Carolina Battles to the Finish on Cable Choice
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Battles to the Finish on Cable Choice

On Thursday, June 24, H2047, “Video Service Competition Act” passed Second Reading in the House. The vote followed numerous overwhelmingly defeated amendments and a great deal of debate. One of the bill sponsors, Representative Becky Carney, D-Mecklenburg, rose to explain the bill referring to H2047 as “the consumer’s bill” and exclaiming “I submit to you my colleagues that this is an exciting day for the consumers of North Carolina”. Only twelve Representatives voted against cable choice in second reading: L. Allen, Almond, Bordsen, Fisher, Goodwin, Harrison, Insko, Kiser, Luebke, Ross, Sauls, and Weiss. It is interesting to note that Representative Paul Luebke, a primary sponsor of H2047, ultimately voted against the bill. H2047 is scheduled for final vote, Third Reading, in the House on Monday evening.

07/10/2006
FreedomWorks Signage on Nightly News Hour
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FreedomWorks Signage on Nightly News Hour

07/10/2006
A Conservative Statement
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A Conservative Statement

At this critical moment in the immigration debate, conservatives need to examine the role we are playing in this great national issue. In many respects, the way we position ourselves on immigration will determine whether we retain the mantle of majority leadership. What side of history do conservatives want to be on? Will we remain a movement that governs -- that offers practical solutions to the problems facing the country?

07/10/2006
Pennsylvania to Raise Minimum Wage
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Pennsylvania to Raise Minimum Wage

Pennsylvania's Democratic Governor Ed Rendell signed legislation Sunday that will raise the state's minimum wage by $2 over the next two years, despite decades of economic research showing the negative effects of minimum wage laws.

07/09/2006
Immigration Reform and the City on a Hill
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Immigration Reform and the City on a Hill

Today the Wall Street Journal has published a statement signed by 33 conservative leaders endorsing a vision for immigration reform embraced by Reagan when he called America a “shining city on the hill.”  Pointing to the success of the Bracero program in reducing illegal border crossings and the failure of the 1986 legislation which did not provide for legal immigration to fill jobs in our growing economy, they support comprehensive reform, strengthening our security through enforcement of existing laws and acknowledging that the main incentive for immigration is our economic strength. 

07/09/2006

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