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House Conservatives Take Stand Against Min Wage
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House Conservatives Take Stand Against Min Wage

With Democrats and moderate Republicans continuing their push for an increase in the minimum wage, conservatives in the House have taken a stand against it. Yesterday, members of the Republican Study Committee circulated a letter on the Hill that outlines the negative effects of the minimum wage on employers and workers. It also calls on House leadership to refrain from bringing legislation to the floor that would allow for an increase. Read the letter here. 

07/27/2006
President Backs Dynamic Scoring
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President Backs Dynamic Scoring

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President Bush's 2007 budget calls for creating an office of dynamic scoring in the Dept. of Treasury. FreedomWorks strongly supports this effort to create more realistic modeling for changes in tax policy. Bravo! Treasury writes:

07/27/2006
FreedomWorks Trains French Free-Market Leaders
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FreedomWorks Trains French Free-Market Leaders

FreedomWorks grassroots manager Brendan Steinhauser provided grassroots training to six young free-market leaders from France. The training was part of FreedomWorks Foundation’s Center for Global Economic Growth, headed by Dr. Richard Rahn.  

07/27/2006
Problem is Spending, not Tax Cuts
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Problem is Spending, not Tax Cuts

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07/27/2006
In Case of Bankruptcy . . .
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In Case of Bankruptcy . . .

This piece was originally published in The Washington Times on July 27, 2006.

07/27/2006
FreedomWorks Backs Rep. Flake Dynamic Scoring Bill
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FreedomWorks Backs Rep. Flake Dynamic Scoring Bill

Click here to download Rep. Flake's Dear Colleague Letter (.pdf)

07/27/2006
In Case of Bankruptcy . . .
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Newspaper Article

In Case of Bankruptcy . . .

BY Richard W. Rahn

If you knew the U.S. government was going bankrupt primarily because of spending on Social Security and Medicare, and the only solutions were the following, which one would you pick? (1) Doubling individual and corporate income tax rates. (2) Immediately cutting Social Security and Medicare benefits by two-thirds. (3) Immediately cutting all federal discretionary spending (including defense) by 143 percent. (4) Reforming Social Security and Medicare by moving from the current defined benefit plans to a program of individual investment accounts, like the current 401(k) and Medical Savings Account (MSA) plans.

07/27/2006
Problem is Spending, Not Tax Cuts
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Problem is Spending, Not Tax Cuts

BY Matt Kibbe

When Congress extended the Bush tax cuts on dividend income and capital gains recently, critics cried foul, blaming these policies for our nation's budget deficit. It's a convenient explanation: Lower tax rates, and watch revenue drop, resulting in huge deficits. The problem is that the explanation isn't true.

07/27/2006
Kibbe Interviewed for Documentary Film
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Television Hit

Kibbe Interviewed for Documentary Film

Matt Kibbe was interviewed for a documentary being developed by the Bill for Rights Foundation. Final produce will be marked to programs such as Frontline. Other interviews included Grover Norquest.

07/27/2006
New Poll Suggests GOP Bloodbath
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New Poll Suggests GOP Bloodbath

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In the 50 most competitive GOP House districts, only 29 percent of likely voters said they’d “definitely” or “probably” vote for the incumbent, according to a new poll commissioned by NPR.  The 109th Congress has engaged in precious little serious policymaking, and the public knows it.  Imagine if the majority had passed Social Security personal accounts, kept spending in check, and made the 2003 and 2001 tax cuts permanent.  The country would have a near-balanced budget and the GOP would have positive domestic accomplishments to campaign on.  Instead, the GOP has largely floundered (even though it enjoys a larger majority than the last Congress.)

07/26/2006

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