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Sicko, Meet Slicko
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Sicko, Meet Slicko

BY Nancy Greggs

As many of you know, I’ve been rantless for a while now, laid low by illness right here in the heartless bosom of an uncaring nation that has universal healthcare. I was waiting for something that would set my feet back on the path of righteous anger, and sure enough it came in the form of this little gem of a press release from something called FreedomWorks ... (http://home.businesswire.com/portal/site/g... )

06/22/2007
FreedomWorks Intern Joins Protest at Michael Moore’s Movie Premiere
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FreedomWorks Intern Joins Protest at Michael Moore’s Movie Premiere

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06/21/2007
Government-Run Health Care Subsidizes Moore’s ‘Sicko’ Lifestyle
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Government-Run Health Care Subsidizes Moore’s ‘Sicko’ Lifestyle

BY LeighAnn

Rots o' Ruck... sorry for posting such horrid propaganda, but I thought it best to be ready for these morons. Government-Run Health Care Subsidizes Moore’s ‘Sicko’ Lifestyle Source: Business Wire In the wake of Michael Moore’s new film ‘Sicko’ in which he advocates for a universal, government-run system, FreedomWorks announced its campaign to educate citizens on the economic impact of his plan.

06/20/2007
FreedomWorks Hosts Capitol Hill Briefing on Biogenerics
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FreedomWorks Hosts Capitol Hill Briefing on Biogenerics

CAPITOL HILL.  FreedomWorks today hosted a policy briefing on the issue of regulating biogeneric medicines.  FreedomWorks Chief Economist, Wayne Brough, moderated the discussion which featured Dr. Everett Ehrlich, President of the ESC Company, Greg Conko, Senior Fellow at The Competitive Enterprise Institute, and Dr. Gillian Woollett, Chief Scientist at Engel and Novitt.  More than 30 attended, including professional Hill staff from the House and Senate, as well as representatives from the health care industry and other free-market organizations.  The panel reinforced the need for an efficient regulatory pathway for biogeneric medicines to enhance competition and foster innovation in this critical market. 

06/08/2007
Obama's HillaryCare
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Obama's HillaryCare

BY Amanda Carpenter

On the heels of Hillary Clinton’s speech on universal health care last week, Barack Obama promised he would provide health insurance to every American by the end of his first term as President today. Like Hillary, Obama supports seizing the Bush tax cuts to pay for his plan and forcing insurance providers to enroll high-risk clients.

05/29/2007
FDA Reform: Promote the Approval of Life-Saving Biogeneric Drugs
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FDA Reform: Promote the Approval of Life-Saving Biogeneric Drugs

Issue: The Senate has introduced the “Access to Life-Saving Medicine Act,” which has the potential to provide patients access to important new therapeutic drugs at competitive prices.  This legislation is a critical step toward opening the marketplace to important new medicines, increasing accessibility and affordability for consumers.  The bill provides for new competition in the provision of biologics, which are being used to treat a variety of conditions from AIDS to Alzheimer’s to several different cancers.

03/22/2007
Video: The Case Against the Oregon Healthy Kids Proposal
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Video: The Case Against the Oregon Healthy Kids Proposal

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02/02/2007
FreedomWorks Joins Coalition Letter on H.R. 2355, the "Health Care Choice Act"
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FreedomWorks Joins Coalition Letter on H.R. 2355, the "Health Care Choice Act"

July 10, 2006 The Honorable J. Dennis Hastert The Honorable John Boehner Speaker Majority Leader U.S. House of Representatives U.S. House of Representative Washington, D.C. 20515 Washington, D.C. 20515 The Honorable Roy Blunt Majority Whip U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515 Dear Mr. Speaker and Reps. Boehner and Blunt:

07/11/2006
Health Care
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Health Care

This piece was originally posted at The North Carolina Conservative.com We hear a lot from some legislators working hard to bring us peace in the world, jobs back to the U.S, higher wages for everyone, an end to terrorism and the health care we deserve. Of course, you know that health care is defined as somebody else paying for it and "free" health care is bound to cost more than anyone can afford.

06/12/2006
Competition is the Way
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Competition is the Way

"When businesses compete, you win," is true for consumers in every industry in America. From cell phones to computers, quality is improving and costs are shrinking as companies fight to offer the public the best product at the best price. But this philosophy is sadly missing from our health-care insurance system. Health care comprises nearly 20 percent of our national economy, but outdated bureaucracy and red tape have stifled competition and raised costs. As a result, today more than 45 million are without any health coverage.

05/01/2006

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