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Media Matters Fact Checks FreedomWorks on Obamacare
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Media Matters Fact Checks FreedomWorks on Obamacare

Media Matters Fact Checked us on our Obamacare Translator: Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) on June 19. In our original CER article, we argued that government intervention to compare health care methods was not necessary--private companies already do it. Here’s their entire post and our response to it:

07/06/2009
Taxed Enough Already?
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Taxed Enough Already?

BY Robert M. Engstrom

From the East to West Coasts and in the heartland in between, and to the wilds of Alaska, the Tea Party tax protests are enthusiastically continuing. Over the July 4 holiday, TEA (Taxed Enough Already?) Party rallies are already planned in 1,267 cities and towns across the nation, and the list grows longer as more volunteers who feel they have been taxed enough join the effort.

07/06/2009
Cap-and-Trade: Tell your Senator "we won't get fooled again"
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Cap-and-Trade: Tell your Senator "we won't get fooled again"

07/06/2009
Happy Dependence Day
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Happy Dependence Day

Do you work for AIG or GM? For Citigroup or the Department of Education? If so, then I wish you happy Dependence Day. Same if you work at a company which uses lobbyists to steer federal earmarks your way…or if you are that lobbyist. And, not to sound cruel, but if you’re on welfare (especially if you could with a little effort get off it), or if you’re getting unemployment benefits or food stamps, then welcome to Dependence Day.

07/04/2009
Unions and Free Market Activists Find Common Cause on Health Care, For Now
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Unions and Free Market Activists Find Common Cause on Health Care, For Now

President Obama has stepped up his rhetoric against the health care system, but fiscal deficiencies in his plan for a government take over have become increasingly apparent in recent weeks. Now, some on Capitol Hill are toying with the idea of taxing employee health benefits to subsidize the cost of government-provided care. But, as Americans learned during the collapse of GM, many union labor agreements provide extremely generous benefit packages to workers who are unlikely to support any proposal that might put their compensation at risk.

07/02/2009
Fight For Property Rights Advances: New York Appeals Court Accepts Atlantic Yards Case
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Fight For Property Rights Advances: New York Appeals Court Accepts Atlantic Yards Case

07/02/2009
It's that TEA time again
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It's that TEA time again

BY Josh Eboch

Isn't it funny how a string of good old fashioned, car-burning riots in the middle east has become a trendy global cause celebre for freedom, while peaceful protests against government waste and exorbitant taxes in America were dubbed "unhealthy" by the president's top adviser and "racist" by some in the media?

07/01/2009
Outcry Over Ballpark is Loud, Upset, Yet Resigned
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Outcry Over Ballpark is Loud, Upset, Yet Resigned

BY Wesley Young

Nobody is happy that the city will have to pay an extra $15.7 million to finish the baseball stadium downtown, but cries of dismay yesterday were mixed with calls for stadium construction to continue.The Winston-Salem City Council will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday to discuss and possibly take action on a deal to finish the stadium."I'm still struggling with it," said Council Member Robert Clark, who represents the city's West ward. "It is very complicated, and there is no win-win answer. Every answer has terrible consequences."

07/01/2009
Tea Party Group Co-Opts Communist Symbol
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Tea Party Group Co-Opts Communist Symbol

BY Eric Kleefeld

FreedomWorks, the conservative organization that had a big hand in the Tea Party rallies this past April, is gearing up for a new "Taxpayer March On Washington" for September 12 -- with a very interesting logo.The intriguing thing here, as Ron Gunzburger pointed out, is that the logo makes use of left-handed fists, colored in red -- a traditional symbol all around the world for communism and militant socialism.

07/01/2009
Hundreds of Gwinnett Residents Protest Proposed Tax Hike
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Hundreds of Gwinnett Residents Protest Proposed Tax Hike

BY Patrick Fox

Close to 300 Gwinnett County residents gathered at Suwanee Town Center Park on Monday evening to increase pressure on the County Commission to balance its budget without raising property taxes.The rally, sponsored by FreedomWorks and Atlanta Tea Party Patriots, featured an array of state and local officials, including state Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine, Rep. Melvin Everson (R-Snellville) and Secretary of State Karen Handel.“Real Republicans cut spending at all levels,” said County Commissioner Mike Beaudreau, who has already spoken out against the proposal.

07/01/2009

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