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Empower America Assesses the President's State of the Union Address
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Empower America Assesses the President's State of the Union Address

In his first State of the Union address last night, President George W. Bush spoke powerfully and passionately about our great nation. He recalled the great strength and courage we have shown in the wake of the terrible terrorist attacks of September 11th and looked forward to the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead of us.

01/30/2002
George W. Bush State of the Union Address, 2002
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George W. Bush State of the Union Address, 2002

ACTUAL REMARKS MAY VARY THE PRESIDENT’S STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS Mr. Speaker, Vice President Cheney, Members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow citizens: As we gather tonight, our Nation is at war, our economy is in recession, and the civilized world faces unprecedented dangers. Yet the state of our Union has never been stronger.

01/29/2002
The State of the Union
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The State of the Union

On Tuesday, President Bush delivered his first State of the Union address to the American public. Not surprisingly, the war on terrorism was a major focus, as was homeland security. Bush also touched upon a few domestic policy initiatives and the unease with corporate America generated by the collapse of Enron. In the next few weeks the president will deliver his budget to Congress, which will provide a more detailed description of some of the plans outlined in his State of the Union. The budget will make one thing clear: Washington has some tough choices ahead as early projections show deficits for the next two years. President Bush has outlined an ambitious program to provide for the security of the American people. With deficits looming, the president and Congress must revisit many costly programs and reorder budget priorities with an eye toward prudence and responsibility.

01/29/2002
Senator Daschle Needs to Check Spending
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Senator Daschle Needs to Check Spending

Last week, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) announced that the estimated 10-year federal budget surplus would be $4 trillion lower than last year's estimate for the same time frame. While a $4 trillion difference is staggering indeed, this reversal of fortune should be a reminder of the precariousness of economic activity and the futility of 10-year projections.

01/29/2002
Grow Florida's Economy Not Florida's Government
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Grow Florida's Economy Not Florida's Government

The citizens of Florida have been hit hard by the current recession. Many people have lost jobs as business struggle to make ends meet. The Florida legislature should not compound the problem by backing a broad-based tax increase at a time when our economy is sluggish. Senator John McKay has made a proposal that would do just that - raise taxes! Worse, it seeks to shift the tax burden from tourists to the engine of Florida's economic growth : private enterprise.

01/21/2002
A Better Way to Balance the Budget
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A Better Way to Balance the Budget

This piece originally ran in the Oregonian on Jan 18.

01/18/2002
Daschle's War on Bush
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Daschle's War on Bush

© 2002 Copley News Service, 1/9/2002 One of my New Year's resolutions was to give Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle a second chance after he scuttled the so-called economic stimulus package. But a week into the New Year I find myself having to break that resolution after hearing the Democratic leader rail against President George W. Bush. While Bush is fighting a war against terrorism around the world, Daschle is waging war against the president on the home front.

01/09/2002
The Fed Must Alter Operating Procedure to Relieve Deflation
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The Fed Must Alter Operating Procedure to Relieve Deflation

In anticipation of the Federal Reserve Board meeting tomorrow, Empower America co-director Jack Kemp released the following statement: "There is widespread speculation that when the Fed meets tomorrow, it will cut the fed funds rate on overnight money that banks lend to one another by another 25 basis points, to 1.75 percent. In my opinion, more interest-rate-targeting gradualism of this sort will not succeed in reversing the monetary deflation currently underway and will fail to re-ignite the economy to lift it out of recession.

12/11/2001
The Fed Must Alter Operating Procedure to Relieve Deflation
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The Fed Must Alter Operating Procedure to Relieve Deflation

In anticipation of the Federal Reserve Board meeting tomorrow, Empower America co-director Jack Kemp released the following statement: "There is widespread speculation that when the Fed meets tomorrow, it will cut the fed funds rate on overnight money that banks lend to one another by another 25 basis points, to 1.75 percent. In my opinion, more interest-rate-targeting gradualism of this sort will not succeed in reversing the monetary deflation currently underway and will fail to re-ignite the economy to lift it out of recession.

12/11/2001
North Carolina CSE Story 2001
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North Carolina CSE Story 2001

12/07/2001

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