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8 Ways Government is Waging a War Against Young People

1. Youth Unemployment is Still High

03/14/2014
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Americans Are Unimpressed With ObamaCare

Americans remain unimpressed with the train wreck known as ObamaCare. So far, the number of people completing the cumbersome exchange signup process has not met expectations. It will continue to disappoint its supporters because the product of the massive redesign of our health care system is one that its targeted customers do not want.

03/14/2014
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Another Glimpse Into Our Healthcare Future From England?

Uh-oh, the government is "helping" again.

03/12/2014
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Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Greenhouse Gases

A critical case was argued before the U.S. Supreme Court late February that has major implications for the electric utility industry and future efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to curb greenhouse gas emissions. The case is called Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA and it will determine whether or not the EPA acted legally when it granted itself the authority to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from stationary emitters such as power plants.

03/05/2014
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"When most people think of laws today, they think of legislation passed by Congress. Yet, the primary source of law that governs society today developed from common law and court cases. Today, case law is secondary to statutory law set down by federal and state legislators. As a result, the United States is burdened with a massive amount of unnecessary legislation."
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Deterioration of the Legal System

When most people think of laws today, they think of legislation passed by Congress. Yet, the primary source of law that governs society today developed from common law. In a common law legal system, laws are developed by judges through decisions of courts and similar tribunals, rather than by legislation. A majority of the rules of contract law, tort law, property law, and criminal law evolved from common law, while legislation served to simply codify decisions or fill in areas not covered by case law.

03/05/2014
"The Common Law Advantage"
"Without question, the U.S. legal system, from the structure and operations of the judicial branch to the governing laws of the nation, was founded in the common law legal tradition. Americans owe much of the economic prosperity they've enjoyed to this fact."
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The Common Law Advantage

Without question, the U.S. legal system, from the structure and operations of the judicial branch to the governing laws of the nation, was founded in the common law legal tradition. Common law, for those unfamiliar with the concept, is law that develops organically over time and is based on the accepted customs and shared values of a society. More specific to its history, common law was developed in England as it emerged from the Middle Ages, where the legal systems of the disparate regions were united by royal decrees and the decisions of judges based not on the wisdom of the given monarch or judge, but on previous decisions made in other legal cases.

03/05/2014
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GOP: Don't Just Pay Lip Service To Regulatory Reform

Appreciate the thought.

03/04/2014
Why I Submitted a Comment Objecting to the IRS Proposed Rule Targeting 501(c)(4) Groups
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Why I Submitted a Comment Objecting to the IRS Proposed Rule Targeting 501(c)(4) Groups

The Internal Revenue Service is attempting to change the standards for tax exempt status for 501(c)(4) groups. Rather than sticking to enforcing the will of Congress, the IRS, with the full blessing of the political operation in the White House, wants to ensure they won't have to harass conservative and tea party groups about their tax exempt status applications, because those groups won't even bother to apply. They need to hear from America.

02/05/2014
Tell Your Representative/Senators to Support the Electricity Security and Affordability Act
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Tell Your Representative/Senators to Support the Electricity Security and Affordability Act

As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and tell them to support H.R. 3826 in the House and contact your senators and tell them to support its companion bill, S. 1905, in the Senate. These companion bills will go a long way in curbing the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) radical war on affordable and reliable energy from fossil fuels.

01/28/2014
FreedomWorks Foundation Submits Formal Comment to EPA Calling for Continued Ethanol Reform
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FreedomWorks Foundation Submits Formal Comment to EPA Calling for Continued Ethanol Reform

The Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) is a federal mandate that requires gradually increasing amounts of biofuels such as corn-based ethanol and other experimental biofuels to be blended into the nation's fuel supply.

01/27/2014

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