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RIP Steve Jobs: Here's to the Entrepreneur
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RIP Steve Jobs: Here's to the Entrepreneur

Ever since I was a little kid, I have always been inspired by entrepreneurs who risked nearly everything to pursue their dreams. I usually had an idea for some new business venture up my sleeve as a middle schooler. While my babysitting or dog walking businesses weren’t as successful as I dreamed up in my head, it made me appreciate all the hard work entrepreneurs go through to get a business off the ground.

10/13/2011
Key Vote YES on Cement Sector Regulatory Relief Act
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Key Vote YES on Cement Sector Regulatory Relief Act

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 YES on H.R. 2681, the Cement Sector Regulatory Relief Act. Introduced by Rep. John Sullivan (R-OK), the bill would prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations from coming into effect which would place burdensome regulations on the cement industry. If the EPA moves forward with their unnecessary cement MACT rule, it could cost thousands of jobs and hamper economic growth.

10/05/2011
Key Vote "YES" on the TRAIN ACT
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Key Vote "YES" on the TRAIN ACT

Dear FreedomWorks member,

09/19/2011
Huntsman on Cap-And-Trade
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Huntsman on Cap-And-Trade

Is he just pining for votes? Former Utah governor Jon Huntsman takes back his support for cap-and-trade as the race for the GOP presidential nominee presses on. Cap-and-trade ultimately places significant limits on the amount of greenhouse gases companies can emit. Companies are issued permits for every ton of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere and are allowed to sell their permits to other companies if not used.

09/13/2011
Wind Energy: A Darker Shade of Green
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Wind Energy: A Darker Shade of Green

A Darker Shade of Green Wind energy has become an environmentalist’s catchall. Americans have been led to believe that the big white wind turbines springing up all across the country are a sort of great white hope for the environment and energy security.

09/12/2011
Bureaucrazies 4: Pants on Fire at the EPA
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Bureaucrazies 4: Pants on Fire at the EPA

Adding insult to the injury it plans to deal on American energy security, the Environmental Protection Agency has been caught in a lie that confirms their agenda of unilaterally imposing regulations without the consent of the American people.

08/17/2011
The Bureaucrazies Part 3: the Dihydrogen Oxide Effect and the EPA's Onslaught on Affordable Power
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The Bureaucrazies Part 3: the Dihydrogen Oxide Effect and the EPA's Onslaught on Affordable Power

The Bureaucrazies Part 3: the Dihydrogen Oxide Effect and the EPA's Onslaught on Affordable Power  Dihydrogen oxide, also known as hydric acid, is a dangerous chemical that’s use goes widely unregulated in industry, homes, and population centers as a whole.  The substance can also be found outside of areas with human activity.  High concentrations can be found in the soil in a variety of environments including forests and farms.  Even greater concentrations are found in lakes, rivers, and oceans across the globe.  Extreme levels of hydric acid are also t

08/09/2011
Live From Hong Kong
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Live From Hong Kong

Live From Hong Kong: Breaking News from the South China Sea: The free market works! If one is looking for an example to support this fact, than one need not look further than where I am currently writing from, the southern coastline of ... China; on the tiny peninsula of Kowloon and the even smaller island of Hong Kong.

08/08/2011
The Dodd-Frank Disaster
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The Dodd-Frank Disaster

July 21 marked the anniversary of the passing of the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection act. Unfortunately the law has neither reformed Wall Street nor Protected Consumers.  The 3,200 page law has spawned several new regulatory bodies, and has granted 11 separate federal agencies the authority and the legal obligation to create over 400 new financial regulations.

08/04/2011
Overregulation, Bureaucracy, and Crony Capitalism
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Capitol Comment

Overregulation, Bureaucracy, and Crony Capitalism

It has been just over a year since Congress and President Obama passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The massive piece of legislation was intended promote financial stability and prevent another major Wall Street collapse. One year later, most of the rules and regulations required by the law have yet to go into effect.

08/04/2011

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