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FreedomWorks Activists Show the World They're Tired of Pain at the Pump
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FreedomWorks Activists Show the World They're Tired of Pain at the Pump

From Delaware to Washington, and as far away as Germany, Italy, and France, people want lower energy prices. As part of the Gas Price Protest campaign, FreedomWorks has been distributing thousands of bumper stickers that say “It’s the supply, stupid” and “Obama is a pain in my gas.” Both stickers refer to the basic economic issue that if Americans could access their own oil supplies, had better energy policies that included building more refineries, and encouraged the use of alternatives like nuclear energy, energy costs would fall.

10/08/2008
Key Vote “NO” on the Pelosi Anti-Energy Package
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Key Vote “NO” on the Pelosi Anti-Energy Package

On behalf of the hundreds of thousands of members of FreedomWorks nationwide, I urge you to vote “No” on the “Comprehensive American Energy Security and Taxpayer Protection Act.” This bill would: continue the faulty policy of preventing us from exploring for oil and natural gas in Alaska and in most areas off our coasts; limit energy exploration by preventing drilling within 50 miles of the coast; and impose $30 billion in new taxes on energy production.

09/15/2008
Gas Price Protest Continues in North Carolina
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Gas Price Protest Continues in North Carolina

Cleveland,  North Carolina.  On September 5th, North Carolina FreedomWorks worked to get people to sign our petitions on our "Gas Price Protest" and opposing the NC "Sin Tax" increase.  FreedomWorks activists Molly Black, Linda and Hal Jolly got over 100 people on Friday to sign our petitions at Shaver Wood Products Community Day. Great work guys!

09/09/2008
FreedomWorks at Washington County Republican Meeting in Beaverton
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FreedomWorks at Washington County Republican Meeting in Beaverton

BEAVERTON, OR.

09/04/2008
FreedomWorks Talks Energy at the Wasco County Fair in Oregon
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FreedomWorks Talks Energy at the Wasco County Fair in Oregon

WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. More than 120 people were in attendance to hear FreedomWorks' Northwest Director Russ Walker give a presentation on energy policy and the "Lights on Oregon" campaign.  Two legislators and two county commissioners were among those in the audience, and the presentation enjoyed an excellent reception.

09/04/2008
Yakdin FreedomWorks Says "Drill Drill Drill"!
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Yakdin FreedomWorks Says "Drill Drill Drill"!

< p> East Bend, NC.  On August 26th, the Yadkin County Chapter of FreedomWorks held its monthly meeting.  Over 30 FreedomWorks activists heard from Allen Page, Southeastern Director, asking them to contact Senator Dole's office to ask her to sign Senator Jim DeMint's letter calling for letting the moratorium on domestic drilling expire on October 1.  Bill Garrett, chapter co-leader, moderated a meeting with County Commission candidate Keith Williams (D).  Keith is a self -described conservative Democrat who stated he would not support wasteful spending and would

09/04/2008
FreedomWorks Presents on Energy to RNC Oregon Delegation
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FreedomWorks Presents on Energy to RNC Oregon Delegation

Monday September 1 at a breakfast sponsored by FreedomWorks at the Republican National Convention, Russ Walker FreedomWorks Oregon Director, gave a presentation about energy issues in front of 70 Delegates and guests from Oregon. His address focused on the challenges facing Oregon and the United States and the difficulties energy companies face while trying to construct and site new production facilities in Oregon.

09/02/2008
Advancing the Gas Price Protest in Spartanburg, South Carolina
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Advancing the Gas Price Protest in Spartanburg, South Carolina

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08/29/2008
Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE) Launches Statewide Radio Blitz to Promote Sensible Energy Policy
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Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE) Launches Statewide Radio Blitz to Promote Sensible Energy Policy

FreedomWorks Oregon’s Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE) is launching a series of radio ads promoting the development of clean, affordable, and reliable sources of energy, in addition to exposing how anti-energy radicals are opposed not just to energy development, but to our modern way of life.

08/27/2008
Questioning a Member of the Gang of Ten
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Questioning a Member of the Gang of Ten

These are the pictures I took at the Senator Saxby Chambliss reception in Commerce, Georgia.  There were about 20 people attending. Senator Chambliss discussed for the most part his forming the Gang of 10 and what significant issues surrounded the formation of a plan they intend to present to the Senate on Sept. 1.  They are going to ask for a vote, but he doesn't know if he will get one.

08/26/2008

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