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Tell Your Representatives to Allow Cell Phone Unlocking!

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and urge him or her to co-sponsor H.R. 1892, the Unlocking Technology Act of 2013. Introduced by Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) and a bipartisan group of lawmakers that includes Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY), this bill would simply allow consumers to bypass digital manufacturer locks on devices that they already legally own.

05/31/2013
Making Bank: The Most Profitable Investments in America
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Making Bank: The Most Profitable Investments in America

Have you ever heard the saying “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is?” If a market investment appeared in which investors could make millions or perhaps billions by investing small amounts of money, most people would believe it is “too good to be true.” Skepticism would be a perfectly rational reaction. Welcome to the world of the corporate and union Lobbyists: a world of political favor and special privileges which really are too good to be true. 

05/30/2013
Digging Deeper on Unemployment: It’s Worse Than You Think
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Digging Deeper on Unemployment: It’s Worse Than You Think

With the whirlwind of scandal currently buffeting the Obama Administration, domestic attention has shifted away from economic performance. Be assured, the economic picture is as bleak as ever. Economic indicators like GDP tend to be measures of monetary flow, not economic well-being per se; in fact, GDP is boosted every time there is a tragic natural disaster, and those aren’t good for anyone!

05/29/2013
Big Government Is Bad Government
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Big Government Is Bad Government

The recent spate of scandals involving the federal government should not surprise anyone.  While it's important that bad actors in government be held to account, the system corrupts even the best people. If all that comes of this exposed corruption is the firing of a few public employees, nothing will change, and those seeking power over their fellow man will be emboldened.

05/29/2013
Portland Liberals Reject Fluoridated Water On Libertarian Grounds
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Portland Liberals Reject Fluoridated Water On Libertarian Grounds

Many of us Oregonians never expected this, but last week a coalition of Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Constitutionalists, Pacific Greens, Independents and even Pirate Party members (yes, a real political party in Oregon) came together to reject a statist mandate to add fluoride to our pristine mountain water. And the vote wasn't even close:

05/28/2013
The Rise of the Professional Amateur
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The Rise of the Professional Amateur

The world is changing, and the advance of technology has reached an amazing rate. Still more amazing, however, is the way in which technology results in ever more decentralized knowledge and ability, allowing individuals from every walk of life unprecedented access to formerly restrictive fields. The 3D printing process has been in the news a lot lately owing its potential to put manufacturing directly into the hands of consumers and the implications of such a change for the future, but this sort of thing is hardly new.

05/24/2013
The Weak Narrative Defending the IRS
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The Weak Narrative Defending the IRS

A weak narrative pushed by administration allies that the IRS was merely doing its job in investigating Tea Party groups in 2010 through 2012 has been all but abandoned, now. Facts having intervened, and it looks like the Obama administration will throw some IRS staff under the bus and hope the scandal ends. It won't, because the problem is not that people were weak, but that government is too strong.

05/23/2013
Putting the Reins on Regulatory Authority
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Putting the Reins on Regulatory Authority

Over the past decade or so, there has been significant growth in the powers delegated to the unelected heads of regulatory agencies, colloquially known as “czars.” At last count, the Obama Administration has amassed 45 of these positions, more than any of his predecessors and all without the accountability of elected office.

05/23/2013
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Meet Your New Doctor, The IRS

IRS Target This week Americans have woken up to revelations of IRS targeting of conservative organizations, and a lawsuit alleging an illegal IRS seizure of 60 million private medical records.

05/16/2013
Tell Your Representative to Support the SEC Accountibility Act!
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Tell Your Representative to Support the SEC Accountibility Act!

Dear FreedomWorks member,As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and urge him or her to vote YES on H.R. 1062, SEC Regulatory Accountability Act. Introduced by Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ), this bill would provide much needed accountability to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This common sense bill is simple and to the point: it would require the SEC to perform a cost-benefit analysis before enacting any new major regulations.

05/16/2013

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