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European Job-Killing Machine
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European Job-Killing Machine

This piece originally appeared in The Washington Times on Sept. 21, 2006.  

09/21/2006
FreedomWorks South Carolina Doorhangers
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FreedomWorks South Carolina Doorhangers

SOUTH CAROLINA. Here is a copy of the door-hanger that FreedomWorks members are distributing as part of the 2006 GOTV program.

09/21/2006
Mitchell County FreedomWorks Holds Monthly Meeting
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Mitchell County FreedomWorks Holds Monthly Meeting

MITCHELL COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.  Rhe FreedomWorks Mitchell Co. Chapter Meeting was held on September 19th in Bakersville.  Twenty FreedomWorks activists attended to hear guest speaker Chad Adams from The John Locke Foundation. Mr. Adams spoke on the importance of turnout in November, the effectivness of grassroot organizations like FreedomWorks, and how more effective conservative grassroots have positively impacted the state of North Carolina.

09/21/2006
TABOR has support of voters in Maine
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TABOR has support of voters in Maine

Voters Continue To Support TABOR NEWS CENTER'S Voice Of the Voter exclusive survey shows voters solidly support the Taxpayer Bill Of Rights. But it's a different story for local organizations and municipalities that rely on public funding. The poll asked, "If you were standing in the voting booth right now, would you vote yes or no on the taxpayer bill of rights?" 70% said they'd vote yes, while 26% said they'd vote no.But there are more than 70 organizations that have come out against the referendum, which is known commonly as TABOR.The Portland City Council is poised to pass a resolution opposing TABOR. Mayor Jim Cohen and six other councilors have sponsored the resolution. Cohen said TABOR would take the state backwards and not allow Maine to reach its economic, education and public safety goals."What we need is something we can live within that's sensible and moves us in the right direction for investment in business and investment in education, not one that's volatile and changes year over year, and has us cutting a fire station in one year and restoring it in the next year," he said "It just doesn't work that way."In May, the Gray Town Council passed a resolution that supports TABOR. Council Chair Gary Foster said it's the perfect way to control state spending since the power is in the people's hands."One (thing) I think most councilors liked about it was that in order to exceed the growth allowed under TABOR you need the voters' permission," he said. NEWS CENTER ©2006 WCSH6.com/Gannett Co., Inc. All Rights Reserved.

09/19/2006
Beth Skinner and FreedomWorks activist Brittany Lewin on KFKA
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Beth Skinner and FreedomWorks activist Brittany Lewin on KFKA

Set your radio dials to AM 1310 or your web browser to www.1310kfka.com this Tues. and Thurs. from 9 - 11 a.m. MST and listen to Beth Skinner and FreedomWorks activist Brittany Lewin where they'll take a shot at guest hosting.   Brittany will share her experiences with running Bob Schaefer's campaign for school board - bet you didn't know it's being run by kids! Guests will include Dr.

09/18/2006
FreedomWorks Supports Indexing Capital Gains Taxes
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FreedomWorks Supports Indexing Capital Gains Taxes

September 13, 2006 Dear Member of Congress: On behalf of the more than 800,000 members of FreedomWorks I ask for your support of H.R. 6057; legislation recently introduced by Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN) and Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) that would index for inflation the cost basis used in calculating the capital gains tax.

09/18/2006
NC FreedomWorks Kicks Off Election Get-Out-the-Vote Project
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NC FreedomWorks Kicks Off Election Get-Out-the-Vote Project

FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA.  This weekend, over 50 FreedomWorks activists from over 15 different counties meet in Franklin, North Carolina, to distribute over 3,300 flyers on federal and state election races.  One activist from Pamlico county even drove 7 hours to help out!

09/18/2006
Oregon's $400 Million Question
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Oregon's $400 Million Question

BY DAVE HOGAN

Depending on which side of the coin you view it from, Measure 41 is about hundreds of dollars -- or hundreds of millions. The measure would reduce annual income taxes for most Oregon households by about $140 a person. Since most Oregonians would qualify, the tax breaks would add up to about $400 million a year less for schools and state services. That gives voters a tempting but high-stakes choice: Assuming they'd like some extra dollars in their own pockets, do they want them badly enough to risk cutting schools, public safety or other services they might need or want?

09/17/2006
Who is the freest of all?
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Who is the freest of all?

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09/15/2006
Energy Independence Is a Winner for the GOP
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Energy Independence Is a Winner for the GOP

BY Cesar Conda

Congressional Republicans are breathing a little easier because of the recent decline in gasoline prices. Earlier this year, Sen. Charles Schumer (D., N.Y.) confidently proclaimed: “High gas prices are going to be the final nail in the GOP’s coffin this election year.” Today, gasoline prices have dropped to almost $2 per gallon in some parts of the country.

09/15/2006

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