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C. Boyden Gray Speaks to Business Leaders
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C. Boyden Gray Speaks to Business Leaders

CSE Chairman, Boyden Gray, spoke before business leaders and activists on October 23, in Winston-Salem, for the First Annual Triad CSE Dinner. Over 80 business leaders and NC CSE activists attended the reception sponsored by Representatives Theresa Esposito and Lyons Gray. The evening was highlighted by a special phone call to the audience from Congressman Richard Burr. Congressman Burr thanked NC CSE and its activists for their hard work and dedication on issues that effect the core of America and its citizens in North Carolina.

10/26/2001
Judicial Inquiry Commission Information
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Judicial Inquiry Commission Information

What is JIC? The JIC is the Judicial Inquiry Committee, which functions as a judicial disciplinary system for the State. It was created in December 1973 as part of Amendment 328 to the Constitution of Alabama, and the Alabama Supreme Court consented, through a vote, to its original rules. However, at that time Alabama was a one-party state and JIC disciplinary action was used to police serious judicial misconduct, not to pursue political vendettas.

10/26/2001
Would a Farm Bill by any Other Name Smell as Sweet?
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Would a Farm Bill by any Other Name Smell as Sweet?

Thomas Jefferson was effusive in his praise for the farmer. He believed that the future of republican government hinged on the extent to which the character of the citizenry would reflect that of the independent, yeoman agriculturalist. Last week, the United States House of Representatives was sure to remind people of Jefferson’s pro-farmer mindset when it voted, 291-120 to pass the "Farm Security Act of 2001."

10/09/2001
Stimulate the Economy, Not Big Government
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Stimulate the Economy, Not Big Government

Citizens for a Sound Economy October 9, 2001 Stimulate the Economy, Not Big Government by Brandon Arnold The events of September 11 forever changed our country. For most Americans, nearly every aspect of our lives has been affected somehow by the horrible national tragedy. Congress, however, appears to be one of the few places largely unchanged by the terrorist attacks. After the initial shock and a few patriotic moments of bipartisanship, many lawmakers have reverted to their favorite habit of wasting taxpayer dollars.

10/09/2001
Fiscal Restraint: Responsible Spending for a Strong Economy
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Fiscal Restraint: Responsible Spending for a Strong Economy

A war against terrorism is a costly endeavor that will require a significant share of the government’s resources. Because overall spending will almost undoubtedly increase, it is especially important to exercise fiscal discipline and avoid waste. Congress must prioritize America’s needs and avoid excessive spending on wasteful government programs that stymie economic growth.

09/25/2001
An Economic Growth Agenda: Meeting the New Challenge
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An Economic Growth Agenda: Meeting the New Challenge

Presentation by Peggy Venable To the National Federation of Republican Women It is exciting to be here with you today. You are important policy leaders in your communities and across the country. Citizens for a Sound Economy has enjoyed a working partnership with you on a number of economic issues. Many of you know CSE – our mission is to support free market issues. Our one-quarter million members across the country believe government taxes, spends and regulates too much.

09/22/2001
Alabama Aims to "Sweep Montgomery Clean"
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Alabama Aims to "Sweep Montgomery Clean"

On Saturday August 18th, Alabama CSE held it’s fourth barbeque in the small town of Brilliant, located in Marion County. Over 150 activists, dressed in red, white, and blue Alabama CSE t-shirts that read "Stop Government Waste...Sweep Montgomery Clean" gathered at the Rawl's family pavilion to push for less government. The enthusiastic crowd was treated to an old fashioned rally with music by the Bluegrass Trio and tasty barbeque. Several elected officials attended the event and addressed the crowd from the stage, which was lined with symbolic brooms, painted red, white, and blue, to represent Alabama CSE’s efforts to "sweep Montgomery clean."

08/18/2001
Amtrak Not Worth Funsing With Citizens' Tax Dollars
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Amtrak Not Worth Funsing With Citizens' Tax Dollars

BY Thomas B. Hauck

Editor: I am writing about your editorial of July 20 in favor of giving state subsidies to Amtrak. There were also favorable news articles on June 19 when Amtrak carried local politicians and other civic leaders between Jacksonville and Miami. This one-time free ride for local opinion-makers has generated such a demand for spending millions of Florida taxpayer dollars that to do anything less, your editorial, says, "is an obstacle to progress."

08/18/2001
Greenspan Is Architect of a Recession
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Greenspan Is Architect of a Recession

Thanks to deflationary monetary policy, the economy here and around the world is slipping into a deep freeze, and there is no prospect of a thaw any time soon. As George Gilder observed in The Wall Street Journal, the prices of gold and industrial staples such as steel are down more than 40 percent in four years. He wrote, "A high-tech depression is under way, driven by a long siege of deflationary monetary policy . . . which has shriveled hundreds of debt-laden telecom companies and brought Internet expansion to a halt."

08/14/2001
Gary Strannigan's Letter to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission
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Gary Strannigan's Letter to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission

August 10, 2001 Dear Sir: On behalf of 14,000 members of Washington Citizens for a Sound Economy (WACSE), I write to encourage you to support Qwest's application to offer long-distance services to consumers in the state of Washington. Qwest has implemented the market-opening requirements of section 271 of the Telecommunications Act successfully and the market for local telecommunications service is irrecoverably open to competition in Washington State.

08/10/2001

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