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EMPOWER.org Releases Major Reports on Tax Rate Reduction, Monetary Policy and Economic Growth With an Introduction by Jack Kemp
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EMPOWER.org Releases Major Reports on Tax Rate Reduction, Monetary Policy and Economic Growth With an Introduction by Jack Kemp

Today, America’s due date for filing the 2000 federal tax returns, EMPOWER.org (the educational and research arm of Empower America), released a white paper on tax rate reduction and economic growth, along with a separate supplemental report on monetary policy. These companion reports examine the nation’s economic history over the past three decades and provide a guide to ensure a strong and healthy economic future for America. They are invaluable references for all involved in the debate over how fiscal and monetary policies affect the American economy.

04/16/2001
Today's Events In Washington
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Today's Events In Washington

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04/16/2001
Raleigh CSE Club Asks County Commissioners to do What the People Want–Challenge Proposed Massive Tax Increase
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Raleigh CSE Club Asks County Commissioners to do What the People Want–Challenge Proposed Massive Tax Increase

Raleigh - NC CSE held their monthly Raleigh CSE meeting around the subject of “Will Wake County Raise our Taxes,” relating to a request from the local school board asking for a 10 percent tax increase (5-cents per $100 of valuation) in property taxes for educational spending. Over 120 NC CSE activists, supporters, and concerned citizens crowded in a meeting room with standing room only at the Velvet Cloak Inn in Raleigh to challenge and plea with three Wake County Commissioners to not raise their taxes unnecessarily.

04/05/2001
Beyond the Tax Cut
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Beyond the Tax Cut

Statement by Empower America Chairman of the Board, E. Floyd Kvamme House Financial Services Committee Hearing, 'Beyond the tax cut: Unleashing the economy' 03/29/2001

03/29/2001
A Letter From Seoul
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A Letter From Seoul

Copley News Service, 03/27/2001 The world economy is caught in a vice between the jaws of monetary deflation and fiscal austerity, the result of extraordinarily tight monetary policy and high tax rates. According to Bear Stearns Chief International Economist David Malpass, the global economy is likely to contract by about half a percent in nominal terms this year.

03/27/2001
The Second Annual CSE Day at the Capitol
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The Second Annual CSE Day at the Capitol

Olympia - On February 19th, over 250 Washington CSE activists converged in Olympia for the Second Annual Washington CSE Day at the Capitol. Following the mantra of "We Want Less," Washington CSE grassroots activists encouraged legislators to support tax cuts and less government regulation.

03/02/2001
It's Time To End Deflation
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It's Time To End Deflation

Copley News Service, 02/27/2001 Neither tax cuts nor interest rate cuts, as desirable as both may, be can stop the economy from shrinking, given current monetary policy by the Federal Reserve Board. We are up to our ears in a historically rare monetary deflation that will force prices and wages to fall just as monetary inflations require prices and wages to rise. It is the result of Alan Greenspan's overzealousness during these last four years of economic growth, the result of the Republican tax cuts of 1997 and the Internet-driven productivity surge.

02/27/2001
Jack Kemp Delivers Major Address on America's Economic Future at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
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Jack Kemp Delivers Major Address on America's Economic Future at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

SIMI VALLEY, CA. Today, Empower America co-director Jack Kemp delivered a speech at The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on the economic outlook for 2001 and beyond. In a speech entitled, "Economic Growth: A Charge To Keep," at a conference sponsored by The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Investors Business Daily, Kemp outlined the principles that became the foundation for Ronald Reagan’s success and how to practically apply them today to ensure economic prosperity for years to come.

02/09/2001
CSE Representatives Deliver Norton Support Letters to U.S. Capitol on Inauguration Eve
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CSE Representatives Deliver Norton Support Letters to U.S. Capitol on Inauguration Eve

CSE Activists Take the Lead in Supporting Gale Norton for Secretary of the Interior. On January 6, 2001, more than 1,200 activists from Northern California and Southern Oregon gathered in Medford to support the confirmation of Secretary of the Interior nominee Gale Norton. Oregon CSE collected over 600 signed cards urging Senators Smith and Wyden to help confirm Norton.

01/22/2001
Debating the Clinton Legacy
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Debating the Clinton Legacy

Copley News Service, 01/15/2001 The debate is raging about the legacy of Bill Clinton. Eight years after he took office we have a nation that is more prosperous, productive and optimistic than when he took office. But if ever a president left a muddled and ambiguous legacy to our nation, it’s Clinton.

01/15/2001

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