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FreedomWorks Michigan Hosts Public Policy Dinner
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FreedomWorks Michigan Hosts Public Policy Dinner

Livonia, MI - Congressman Mike Rogers and Congressman Thaddeus McCotter treated more than 200 individuals in attendance to an evening of discussion and policy debate focusing on China and its role in the world economy. Michigan Speaker of the House Craig DeRoche hosted the event and also gave an update on the Michigan Legislature's activities in the upcoming year and the agenda put forward by conservatives to move Michigan's economy out of last place in the nation.

01/17/2006
The IMF: Bad Cop
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The IMF: Bad Cop

This op-ed was originally published in the Washington Times on January 5, 2006

01/06/2006
What is the Future with China?
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What is the Future with China?

You're invited!

01/05/2006
China: Threat or Opportunity?
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China: Threat or Opportunity?

LIVONIA. Two Michigan Congressman (Rogers & McCotter) will discuss China’s rising economic and military challenge at a dinner-speech hosted by Freedom Works. Thaddeus McCotter recently addressed the House of Lords in London garnering great praise for his speech calling for a “transcendent moral order for the West.” McCotter is a leader in Washington DC in sounding the alarm toward China’s intentions. Mike Rogers has initiated legislation to stop counterfeiting and currency manipulation. Mike Rogers, a strong advocate for manufacturing and economic growth, has put forth strong ideas to make America more competitive. Come hear this dynamic team of Republican congressmen address this all important topic.

11/14/2005
Lessons of Smaller States
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Lessons of Smaller States

REYKJAVIK, Iceland. Why is this cold, rainy land with its stark volcanic landscape, without much in the way of natural resources, one of the wealthiest places on Earth? Small states, in the past, were most often poorer on a per capital income basis than large states, but in the last half-century many have become much richer then their large neighbors. Among the wealthiest places on the planet, in addition to the United States, we now find Luxembourg, Hong Kong, Denmark and Ireland, none with many natural resources.

09/06/2005
FreedomWorks Foundation Launches Center for Global Economic Growth (CGEG)
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FreedomWorks Foundation Launches Center for Global Economic Growth (CGEG)

FreedomWorks is expanding its reach in the fight for freedom! The principle mission of the new Center for Global Economic Growth (CGEG) is to assist free market limited government organizations throughout the world in developing citizen action groups to help promote public policies that will foster economic growth and opportunity.

08/29/2005
Hope for Europe?
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Hope for Europe?

Richard W. Rahn is director general of the Center for Global Economic Growth, a project of FreedomWorks Foundation. This piece was originally published in The Washington Times on August 5, 2005.

08/05/2005
FreedomWorks Salutes House Passage of CAFTA
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FreedomWorks Salutes House Passage of CAFTA

Early this morning, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Central American Free Trade Agreement, or CAFTA, by a razor-thin 217-215 margin. FreedomWorks commends the House and Senate leadership, as well as President Bush and his Administration, for their hard work moving this important bill. CAFTA’s passage is an important defeat of the protectionist wing in Congress and is a positive step forward for the U.S. economy.

07/28/2005
CAFTA is Good for America
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CAFTA is Good for America

After months of arm wringing, deal making, and postponements, Congress is finally moving forward on the centerpiece of President Bush’s free trade agenda, the Central American Free Trade Agreement. CAFTA has passed the Senate and awaits a floor vote in the House for final approval. FreedomWorks urges Congress to approve the pact for the benefit of the U.S. and Central American economies.

07/02/2005
President Kerry would be bad for world trade
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President Kerry would be bad for world trade

This op-ed originally appeared in the Financial Times. John Kerry has said that as president he would work closely with allies and bring greater prosperity to the US and the world. However, Mr Kerry's campaign statements on trade and offshore outsourcing contradict this. Simply put, his campaign rhetoric bodes ill for enhancing international economic co-operation and liberalising global trade in goods and services.

09/09/2004

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