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How Would Reagan Fit Into The Tea Party?
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How Would Reagan Fit Into The Tea Party?

Recently, I attended a speech that attempted to lay out a case that Ronald Reagan would not have been a Tea Party President. The speaker, a conservative not terribly familiar with the Tea Party movement, made an interesting case.

12/10/2013
Seattle Mayor Covers Up Study Supporting Coal Export Terminals
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Seattle Mayor Covers Up Study Supporting Coal Export Terminals

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn was shown this week to have attempted to conceal the results of a study he commissioned that examined the economic impact of expanding coal trains and exports from Washington's ports. This move is especially damning in light of his December press conference touting the study. McGinn, a vocal critic of an expansion of coal train traffic in the Pacific Northwest, has been accused of burying the report because it did not support his position and his anti-energy agenda.

08/22/2013
A Tale of Two Cities
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A Tale of Two Cities

Why do some countries thrive while others fail? The question has been on the minds of the best thinkers for generations.  Let’s scale the question down a little bit. Why do some cities flourish while others whither? Adam Smith said all that’s needed for economic success is a climate of “peace, moderate taxation, and good administration of justice.” Prosperity will naturally follow from these key conditions.

08/15/2013
Investigate Apple? That's Unfair.
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Investigate Apple? That's Unfair.

Paying taxes isn’t fun. For the average American, it often requires special software or an accountant to find all the obscure deductions and exemptions. Unfortunately for Apple, they got in trouble for doing essentially the same thing. They chose to wisely look at the law and arrange their money in such a way that legally lowered their tax burden.

05/23/2013
Motor City Blues Part I: The Myth of Union Detroit
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Motor City Blues Part I: The Myth of Union Detroit

In recent weeks the once proud city of Detroit has been subject to a barrage of embarrassing media reports. The state takeover of the city’s finances and Kwame “The Hip-Hop Mayor” Kilpatrick’s prison sentence have played out on the national stage, bringing bad PR to a city desperately trying to improve its brand. In reality the city has been embarrassing itself for quite some time. This three part blog series seeks to lay out the history behind the epic failure that is Detroit.

04/26/2013
And God Made a “Taxpayer Subsidized” Farmer
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And God Made a “Taxpayer Subsidized” Farmer

Americans involved in agriculture are no longer the tenant farmers and sharecroppers of days past. I’ve yet to hear of a “disaster harvest” which forces the sale of the family cow. Banks are not repossessing their land, and the range wars between farmers and ranchers have long ended.

04/02/2013
What A Tangled Web We Weave, When Free Markets We Deceive
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What A Tangled Web We Weave, When Free Markets We Deceive

Last week, while the Fiscal Cliff blamefest was dominating the headlines, another January 1, 2013 crisis was revealed - the so-called Milk Cliff. As explained at Breitbart.com,

12/31/2012
Key Vote NO on Renewing the Generalized System of Preferences and Trade Adjustment Assistance
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Key Vote NO on Renewing the Generalized System of Preferences and Trade Adjustment Assistance

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our million-plus FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and ask him or her to vote NO on H.R. 2832, a bill to extend the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP). Introduced by Rep. Dave Camp (R-Mich.), the bill picks favorites among trading partners and disrupts the price system. The biggest problem is that a Senate amendment that would extend Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) at the current, higher post-stimulus levels is attached to the bill. It is simply not a free trade bill.

10/11/2011
House: Key Vote YES on Panama, Columbia and South Korea Free Trade Agreements
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House: Key Vote YES on Panama, Columbia and South Korea Free Trade Agreements

Dear FreedomWorks member,

10/11/2011
Senate: Key Vote YES on Columbia, Panama and South Korea Free Trade Agreements
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Senate: Key Vote YES on Columbia, Panama and South Korea Free Trade Agreements

Dear FreedomWorks member,

10/11/2011

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