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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
Seattle's "Light" Rail Faces Weighty Problems
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Seattle's "Light" Rail Faces Weighty Problems

There is a belief among many Americans that government is inherently wasteful, inefficient, and arrogant. To the dismay of everyone in the Puget Sound area, the recent Sound Transit debacle has confirmed these stereotypes.

01/10/2001
Jack Kemp Criticizes President Clinton's Refusal to Acknowledge Economic Dangers
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Jack Kemp Criticizes President Clinton's Refusal to Acknowledge Economic Dangers

Today Empower America co-director, Jack Kemp issued the following statement:

12/22/2000
Jack Kemp Criticizes President Clinton's Refusal to Acknowledge Economic Dangers
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Jack Kemp Criticizes President Clinton's Refusal to Acknowledge Economic Dangers

Today Empower America co-director, Jack Kemp issued the following statement:

12/22/2000
An Open Letter to Alan Greenspan
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An Open Letter to Alan Greenspan

Copley News Service, 11/29/2000 Dear Alan: A while back I expressed concern that the economy was teetering on the verge of a hard landing rather than the soft landing you envisioned when you announced 18 months ago you were going to slow down the economy in order to fight inflation. You and I have been friends for a long time, and I couldn't imagine that you really believe that too much economic growth and too many people working cause inflation.

11/29/2000
Climate Change: Scientific Fact or Political Fiction?
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Climate Change: Scientific Fact or Political Fiction?

In order to create public support for the United Nations Global Warming Treaty (The Kyoto Protocol), the White House recently released a report called the National Assessment on Climate Change. This report ignores sound science in favor of presenting worst-case scenarios, to the extent that even the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has called the report "extreme" and "alarmist."

11/03/2000
Congress Uses the Surplus to Expand the IRS--What's Up With That?
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Congress Uses the Surplus to Expand the IRS--What's Up With That?

It wasn't enough that the IRS has four times as many employees as the FBI and U.S. Marshals combined, Congress has now agreed to expand the size of the IRS by 9.36 percent over last year’s budget – that is $770 million more than the $8.22 billion budgeted in FY 2000. Congress, in their second conference report, approved a budget of $8.99 billion for FY 2001. This comes on the heels of a statement by President Clinton that he would not approve the first conference report compromise budget of $8.64 billion because it was “deeply inadequate.”

10/19/2000
CSE's Letter to Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott on The Railroad Retirement and Survivors’ Improvement Act of 2000
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CSE's Letter to Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott on The Railroad Retirement and Survivors’ Improvement Act of 2000

October 6, 2000 The Honorable Trent Lott Majority Leader United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 Dear Senator Lott,

10/06/2000

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