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Randall Thompson Radio Interview on the Frank Beckmann Show
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Randall Thompson Radio Interview on the Frank Beckmann Show

Click here to listen to the MP3 of the broadcast Randall Thompson, director of the Midwest for Freedomworks, joins Frank Beckmann to talk about his organization's concerns regarding the 2006-07 Michigan budget recommended by the Granholm administration.

05/01/2006
FreedomWorks Key Votes in Support of Coburn Anti-Pork Amendments
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FreedomWorks Key Votes in Support of Coburn Anti-Pork Amendments

On April 27, 2006, FreedomWorks sent the following letter to the U.S. Senate. Dear Senator: On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to VOTE YES on the 19 amendments being introduced by Sen. Coburn (R-OK) to cut pork projects for the emergency supplemental bill before the Senate and VOTE NO on any motion to kill the Coburn Amendments. The American taxpayers would be saved $2,680,850,000 were the Senate to cut the unnecessary projects targeted by these amendments.

04/28/2006
FreedomWorks Puts 2007 Federal Budget Online
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FreedomWorks Puts 2007 Federal Budget Online

As part of its ongoing effort to shed light on the massive and rapidly growing federal government, FreedomWorks has but the entire $2.8 trillion fiscal year 2007 budget online. The format is a simple “tree-menu” drop-down that lets users browse through the budget by agency, bureau, and account. The site also provides the percentage change in each agency as compared to the 2001 budget. http://www.freedomworks.org/budget It's a good look at the current (and unsustainable) growth in the U.S. government.

04/03/2006
FreedomWorks Key Votes No on Kennedy-Collins Amendment
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FreedomWorks Key Votes No on Kennedy-Collins Amendment

Dear Senator: On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I write to urge you to VOTE NO on the Kennedy-Collins amendment to the 2007 budget resolution. This amendment would increase the discretionary spending cap by $6.3 billion while raising taxes on businesses. The Senate must reject these anti-growth tax-and-spend policies.

03/17/2006
VOTE NO on the Kennedy-Collins Amendment to the 2007 Budget
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VOTE NO on the Kennedy-Collins Amendment to the 2007 Budget

March 14, 2006 Dear Senator: On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I write to urge you to VOTE NO on the Kennedy-Collins amendment to the 2007 budget resolution. This amendment would increase the discretionary spending cap by $6.3 billion while raising taxes on businesses. The Senate must reject these anti-growth tax-and-spend policies.

03/14/2006
More Photos: FreedomWorks Visits Capitol Hill
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More Photos: FreedomWorks Visits Capitol Hill

When the Republican Study Committee unveiled its balanced version of the budget on Capitol Hill on March 8, 2006, over 65 FreedomWorks grassroots activists from Michigan, North Carolina, Texas, Georgia, and Wisconsin took part in the rally. The RSC budget is a specific plan for Congress to cut unnecessary spending and bring entitlement growth under control. They then lobbied their elected officials on a range of issues. Click here for the full story.

03/13/2006
Over Sixty FreedomWorks Members Attend Balanced Budget Event
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Over Sixty FreedomWorks Members Attend Balanced Budget Event

When the Republican Study Committee unveiled its balanced version of the budget on Capitol Hill on March 8, 2006, over 65 FreedomWorks grassroots activists from Michigan, North Carolina, Texas, Georgia, and Wisconsin took part in the rally. The RSC budget is a specific plan for Congress to cut unnecessary spending and bring entitlement growth under control.

03/13/2006
FreedomWorks North Carolina Meets with Representative Virginia Foxx
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Meets with Representative Virginia Foxx

Forty FreedomWorks North Carolina members traveled to the nation's capital to meet with elected officials and their staff. These photos are from the group's visit with Rep. Foxx, where they asked for support for a balanced budget, telecom reform, and tax relief. Bonus photo is with Rep. Jeff Flake, another taxpayer hero representing Arizona. Great work, team!

03/13/2006
FreedomWorks Wisconsin Meets Rep. Paul Ryan in D.C.
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FreedomWorks Wisconsin Meets Rep. Paul Ryan in D.C.

When Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, and the rest of the Republican Study Committee unveiled its balanced version of the budget on Capitol Hill on March 8, 2006, over 65 FreedomWorks grassroots activists from Michigan, North Carolina, Texas, Georgia, and Wisconsin took part in the rally. The RSC budget is a specific plan for Congress to cut unnecessary spending and bring entitlement growth under control.

03/13/2006
Conservatives Renew Their 'Contract'
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Conservatives Renew Their 'Contract'

BY Robert B. Bluey

Members of the Republican Study Committee gathered on Capitol Hill this morning to outline their alternative spending plan, cleverly named the “Contract With America, Renewed.” See Ivy’s complete report on the press conference for more details. FreedomWorks rounded up the large swath of supporters (and nice-looking signs). Special thanks to Matt Lahr from Rep. Mike Pence’s office for providing the photos. For photos of event, visit: http://www.humaneventsonline.com/blog-detail.php?id=13061

03/01/2006

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