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Urgent Call to Action: Pennsylvania School Choice Vote Tuesday
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Urgent Call to Action: Pennsylvania School Choice Vote Tuesday

PODCAST: Pennsylvania School Choice Update! Click to listen! We can achieve school choice this year, but the time for Pennsylvania voters to make their voices heard in Harrisburg is RIGHT NOW.

10/24/2011
Last Chance for Pennsylvania School Choice in 2011
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Last Chance for Pennsylvania School Choice in 2011

Since January, FreedomWorks has been fighting for school choice in Pennsylvania, but the next few weeks are the most important yet. The outcome of this fall's legislative session will determine whether Pennsylvania schools serve students and parents or continue catering to unions and bureaucrats. Governor Tom Corbett has proposed an aggressive plan to put parents back in charge of education that FreedomWorks and our allies around the state are proud to support.

10/20/2011
Matt Kibbe: Sam Adams vs. Van Jones
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Matt Kibbe: Sam Adams vs. Van Jones

What do the original community organizer for freedom and President Obama’s former Green Jobs Czar have in common? Very little, it turns out.

10/03/2011
Monday Morning Football!
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Monday Morning Football!

So, what can football teach us about education reform?  I’d argue everything.  In a recent Wall Street Journal article former NFL great Fran Tarkenton asks, “what if the NFL played by teachers’ rules?”  Thinking about this hypothetical situation it would be interesting to ponder such a world.  Tarkenton writes:“Imagine the National Football League in an alternate reality.  Each player’s salary is based on how long he’s been in the league.  It’s about tenure, not talent.”

10/03/2011
FreedomWorks Fighting for Issues 2 & 3 in Ohio
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FreedomWorks Fighting for Issues 2 & 3 in Ohio

Pledge to Vote YES on Issues 2 & 3 FreedomWorks and our local tea party allies in Ohio are teaming up to support Governor Kasich's union reform agenda and stop ObamaCare in its tracks this November by urging our members to vote YES on Ballot Issues 2 & 3. When SB 5 was passed last spring, it helped balance Ohio's budget by giving local governments desperately-needed flexibility to renegotiate certain aspects of public sector union contracts. It also introduced a system of merit pay for public employees, while asking them to contribute a small percentage of their income to their own benefit and pension plans.

09/26/2011
Join Us in Philly on Thursday!
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Join Us in Philly on Thursday!

FreedomWorks and local tea party groups are hosting a full day of activist education and grassroots training this Thursday, September 29th, at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. We will be discussing issues impacting Pennsylvania and the nation. Speakers and panel experts will offer a free-market perspective on topics like energy policy, government spending and school choice.

09/26/2011
Vote YES on Issues 2 & 3 in November
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Vote YES on Issues 2 & 3 in November

FreedomWorks and our tea party allies in Ohio are teaming up to support Governor Kasich's union reform agenda and stop ObamaCare in its tracks this November by urging our members to vote YES on Ballot Issues 2 & 3.When SB 5 was passed last spring, it helped balance Ohio's budget by giving local governments desperately-needed flexibility to renegotiate certain aspects of public sector union contracts.

09/15/2011
FreedomWorks in Philly on 9-29
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FreedomWorks in Philly on 9-29

With important legislation that affects Pennsylvanians pending during the fall General Assembly session, and the 2012 elections just around the corner, it's vital that the grassroots be united and connected. That's why FreedomWorks and local Tea Party groups are hosting a full day of activist education and grassroots training in the City of Brotherly Love.

08/30/2011
Why we Need to Fight the Teachers Unions, from New York to Pennsylvania
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Why we Need to Fight the Teachers Unions, from New York to Pennsylvania

   It is a truth universally acknowledged that parents and teachers want children to receive the best education they can possibly have, yet this universally acknowledged truth is sadly incorrect. There are certainly some teachers who wish to impart knowledge to their students and prepare them for a successful and fulfilling life; Teachers unions, however, are preventing this fundamental goal. American public schools continue to produce students who continue to fall further behind their peers in other industrialized countries.

05/25/2011
What Is Broken Will Not Work
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What Is Broken Will Not Work

    Informed, true grass-roots activism is how America will take its first steps toward change, but unions using individuals in Astroturf protests will only maintain the ineffective and harmful status quo. It is no secret that public schools across the nation are producing more and more ”drop-out factories”. The state as well as the student is harmed. High school dropouts from the class of 2008 will cost the state nearly $8 billion in lost wages over the course of their lives . Pennsylvania is no exception.

05/11/2011

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