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Top 10 Reasons to Oppose Cap and Trade
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Top 10 Reasons to Oppose Cap and Trade

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03/06/2009
State of the Union? Nothing socialism or the Messiah can't fix!
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State of the Union? Nothing socialism or the Messiah can't fix!

Let’s start with the good part of President Obama’s State of the Union speech last night, since that’s a much shorter task: He said his administration has “identified $2 trillion in savings over the next decade.” (A decent start against the $3.25 trillion he just spent in one single piece of legislation, but just wait until he tries to gore the sacred cows of members of Congress.)

02/25/2009
FreedomWorks North Carolina Activists Call for More Domestic Energy
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Activists Call for More Domestic Energy

FreedomWorks North Carolina Legislative Liaison Kathy Hartkopft writes: On Tuesday, February 17, North Carolina FreedomWorks members visited with Senator Richard Burr and the office staff of Senator Kay Hagan.  At a rally held in Raleigh, activists met up with and thanked Senator Burr for his continued support of energy exploration off the North Carolina coast. Activists visited the Raleigh office of Senator Hagan to encourage her to support the measure.

02/19/2009
FreedomWorks Foundation and the Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy Publish Exposé on Anti-Energy Extremists
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FreedomWorks Foundation and the Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy Publish Exposé on Anti-Energy Extremists

FreedomWorks Oregon’s Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE) has joined with the FreedomWorks Foundation to publish and distribute a report to help policymakers understand how extremists hijack the public policy process to further their anti-energy agenda. Radical Environmental Obstructionism will be distributed across Oregon to legislators, mayors, public officials, and key public policymakers.

12/22/2008
Stop New Gas Taxes in Oregon
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Stop New Gas Taxes in Oregon

Oregon’s Governor Kulongoski just proposed a new increase in the gas tax, along with other hikes in vehicle titling fees, and annual registration fees.  The Governor says that his tax and spend plan is “the way to get Oregon out of this economic crisis.”  It’s hard to think of a time when spending money and taxing people more helped anyone in an economic crisis.  This kind of idea hasn’t worked at the federal level, and it won’t work in Oregon.  

11/18/2008
Photos: FreedomWorks GOTV Across North Carolina
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Photos: FreedomWorks GOTV Across North Carolina

NORTH CAROLINA.  FreedomWorks members swept across the Tarheel state the weekend before Election 2008, delivering information about candidates' positions on key economic issues.  Among those pictured here are  FreedomWorks member and Elon University Intern Paul Chabai distributing literature near a polling place in Elon, NC.  FreedomWorks members in North Carolina also placed over  6,000 calls to help educate voters. On October 18th, in Taylorsville, volunteer leaders Molly Black, Linda and Hal Jolly work a FreedomWorks voter education table at the Taylorsville Apple Festival.  They signed up over 100 new activist at the one-day event.  

11/07/2008
FreedomWorks Gets Out the Vote at William and Mary
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FreedomWorks Gets Out the Vote at William and Mary

Williamsburg, VA.  FreedomWorks volunteers at William and Mary College in Williamsburg, Virginia take our message to their campus. The group distributed door hangers and other GOTV materials, much to the chagrin of their liberal professors.

10/30/2008
FreedomWorks Delivers Gas Price Protest Petitions to Capitol Hill
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FreedomWorks Delivers Gas Price Protest Petitions to Capitol Hill

10/13/2008
Gas Price Protest at California Auto Event
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Gas Price Protest at California Auto Event

Temecula Fall Road Run, California. GasPriceProtest.com bumper stickers and FreedomWorks.org fact sheets were distributed to hundreds  and hundreds of hot rod car enthusiasts and car owners at this year's road run. The message of free market solutions to fix the current energy crisis was well received by the car enthusiasts who attended the 2008 Temecula Fall Road Run. Many thanks to the volunteers who helped out to make this campaign drive at the car show a real success:

10/13/2008
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

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