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Key Vote NO on the Farm Bill Conference Report in the House
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Key Vote NO on the Farm Bill Conference Report in the House

As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and ask that he or she vote NO on the Farm Bill conference report in the House, H.R. 2462.  This final agreement reached between the House and Senate actually manages to be worse than the bills passed by each chamber separately, and does nothing to contain the hundreds of billions in spending on corporate welfare for farm corporations and an out-of-control food stamp program.

01/28/2014
Capitol Hill Update, 27 Jan., 2014
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Capitol Hill Update, 27 Jan., 2014

Capitol Hill Update, 27 January, 2014

01/28/2014
A Modest Proposal to Save Children from The War on Poverty
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A Modest Proposal to Save Children from The War on Poverty

A Modest Proposal to Save Children from The War on PovertyThe War on Poverty is fifty years old.  Observing the semi-centennial, liberals and conservatives are arguing if the hundreds of programs and the trillions of dollars have actually reduced poverty.  Most of the statics and fallacies are merely continuing propaganda for incompetently formulated federal programs – conservative and liberal.  What is certain and ingloriously ignored is the millions of children being neglected and destroyed by The War on Poverty.

01/18/2014
There Is No Fiscal Victory in the Omnibus
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There Is No Fiscal Victory in the Omnibus

The omnibus bill being fast-tracked through Congress increases spending.  This simple fact apparently escapes some members of Congress, several of whom have been telling their constituents that the bill was a victory because our spending levels are now lower than in recent years. The House Appropriations Committee is using the following chart as proof that conservatives have scored a major victory (the red edits are ours):

01/16/2014
New FreedomWorks Poll Highlights Top Issues for 2014 Midterms
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New FreedomWorks Poll Highlights Top Issues for 2014 Midterms

Washington, DC- A new FreedomWorks national poll finds that health care will take center stage in the 2014 midterms, along with the economy and jobs. A survey of 1000 registered voters in both parties found health care to be the public’s number two concern at 46 percent, following the economy and jobs at 58 percent.

01/15/2014
Key Vote NO on the Omnibus Spending Bill
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Key Vote NO on the Omnibus Spending Bill

As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Members of Congress and urge them to vote NO on the omnibus appropriations bill.  The omnibus is being offered as a substitute amendment to H.R. 3547.

01/14/2014
Capitol Hill Update, 13 January, 2014
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Capitol Hill Update, 13 January, 2014

Capitol Hill Update, 13 January, 2014House & Senate/Schedule: The House and Senate are both in session this week, and both chambers will be in recess next week.

01/13/2014
Central Planners' Latest Buzzphrase: Promise Zones
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Central Planners' Latest Buzzphrase: Promise Zones

The White House is touting something called "Promise Zones" as a model to spur economic growth. These areas feature federal spending with the usual strings attached, attempting to spur economic growth and civic renewal. What the country needs is not set of federally micromanaged zones, but to restore the original American promise for all of the us: here we can be free.

01/13/2014
Medicaid Expansion: Making The Problem Worse
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Medicaid Expansion: Making The Problem Worse

Obamacare is struggling to survive its encounter with the real world. We were promised it would decrease the number of uninsured, lower health insurance prices, allow consumers to keep their policies and doctors, reduce Emergency Room usage, or reduce costs with preventive care.  None of those promises were ever true, and now they're being proven such. Even the expansion of the Medicaid program is proving counterproductive. All of that points to a simple truth.You can't legislate reality.

01/03/2014
Expect More of the Same From Obamacare in 2014
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Expect More of the Same From Obamacare in 2014

When the Obama Administration quietly announced a year delay in the Obamacare employer mandate on the eve of the 4th of July, it came as a big surprise. But knowing what we do now about the nonfunctional nature of the healthcare.gov backend, it's completely unsurprising that they delayed the employer mandate. In 2014, expect delays, waivers, and unconstitutional ad hoc changes to Obamacare and other laws to continue.  

12/31/2013

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