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Activist Appreciation and Anti- Land Transfer Tax Picnic Held in Mitchell County
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Activist Appreciation and Anti- Land Transfer Tax Picnic Held in Mitchell County

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08/27/2007
The Incremental Movement
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The Incremental Movement

BY Brianna Cardiff

How did the United States government expand from its humble beginnings in the 1700s (when the government struggled for funds under the Articles of Confederation) to the monstrosity it is today? Step by step. That is how change generally occurs. On occasion, there are grand, dramatic movements, but more often it is the incremental steps, at times almost imperceptible, that result in big changes later on. It is due to their largely imperceptible nature that these changes can be so dangerous.

08/27/2007
FreedomWorks Meets with Rep. Patrick McHenry
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FreedomWorks Meets with Rep. Patrick McHenry

MOORSEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. On August 21st, Iredell County FreedomWorks Activist met with Congressman Patrick McHenry on biogeneric medicine.  FreedomWorks members made the case to the Congressman that competition is good in the medical field.  It will keep the prices of medicine down.

08/24/2007
Romney's Altered Health Plan
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Romney's Altered Health Plan

Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who is known for his single payer universal health program in Massachusetts, has drastically altered his position by outlining a plan that relies on tax breaks and free market solutions rather than government mandates:

08/23/2007
Stoking economic fears
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Stoking economic fears

BY Peter Suderman

They say money makes the world go round, and with all the dollar signs in recent headlines, you might think it was going to spin out of control. There's anxiety in the financial sector, talk of tax cuts, and a looming fight over the federal budget. And, as usual, liberals and their congressional allies have been stoking fears about the economy's health and all but inciting class warfare — all while touting proposals more likely to bruise and batter the economy than invigorate it.

08/23/2007
A Step at a Time for Liberals and Health Care
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A Step at a Time for Liberals and Health Care

David Freddoso has a sharp piece today reminding us that the proposed expansion of S-CHIP government health insurance is really part of a long standing strategy by liberals to slowly push having the government be involved with everyone's health care.

08/21/2007
Attract younger generation by limiting government
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Attract younger generation by limiting government

BY Matt Hittle

This summer I arrived in Washington, D.C., zealous in my political beliefs and keen to effect change in Washington. I was confident in my beliefs when I left my small Iowa hometown. What I didn't plan for was a readjustment of my entire political philosophy.

08/21/2007
Market Madness?
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Market Madness?

Megan McArdle's new blog at the Atlantic starts with a post urging market calm:

08/20/2007
In Defense of the Prix Fixe Menu
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In Defense of the Prix Fixe Menu

BY Richard Morrison

Our old pal Peter Suderman, now writing for FreedomWorks, has a great takedown of the argument for “a la carte” cable pricing up at CNET today:

08/20/2007
The false choice of a la carte TV
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The false choice of a la carte TV

BY Peter Suderman

Perspective Anyone who's taken even a brief glance at their video provider's channel offerings knows that the number of networks currently available is staggering. We've come a long way from the days when a measly three networks were all you could get. These days, it seems like there's a channel for every possible niche and interest--sometimes two or three. Yet in the midst of this outpouring of content, a small but vocal faction is still complaining about a lack of choice.

08/20/2007

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