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Critics denounce planning guide;
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Critics denounce planning guide;

BY CORY REISS

Erick Gustafson grew up in a different Sarasota than he left seven years ago. Condominiums and vacation homes have replaced trailer parks on Longboat Key. Hotels have risen. Strip malls have been built. Countless tiffs about signage and aesthetics have flared.

12/30/2001
Special Interests Have Much to be Thankful For
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Special Interests Have Much to be Thankful For

This week, President Bush signed the airline security act to federalize the nation’s 30,000 airport screeners. The political wake turbulence caused by the inexplicable crash of American Airlines flight 587 made a protracted struggle untenable. As a result, a terrible bill became law that not only adds 30,000 union workers to the federal government’s payroll, but also establishes incomprehensible new regulations to modify and improve on the incomprehensible security regulations already in place.

11/20/2001
Taxpayer Groups Question New Postal Handouts Without Reform
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Taxpayer Groups Question New Postal Handouts Without Reform

Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) President Tom Schatz last week joined other taxpayer groups -- Paul Beckner of Citizens for a Sound Economy, Pete Sepp of the National Taxpayers Union, Amy Ridenour of the National Center for Public Policy Research, Rick Merritt of PostalWatch, and Hank Hough of the 60 Plus Association -- to send President George W. Bush the following letter regarding potential postal reform:

11/06/2001
Political and Grassroots Power of the Organized Left
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Political and Grassroots Power of the Organized Left

"That the U.S. labor movement has experienced a resurgence of enthusiasm, greater visibility, and increased political power in the last five years [1995-2000] is indisputable." - Labor Research Association 2000 "According to the AFL-CIO, unions actually organized some 600,000 new members" [in 1999]. – Labor Research Association of 2000

11/06/2001
November - Message of the Month
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November - Message of the Month

1) TAX POLICY - The Senate Needs to Pass the “Grassley” Economic Stimulus Plan 2) CONGRESSIONAL SPENDING - Now is Not the Time for Pork Barrel Politics 3) TRADE - Trade Promotion Authority – Trade Works for America 4) ENERGY - The Senate Must Act NOW to Restore America’s Energy Security 5) ENERGY - The Senate Must Stop Harmful Regulations That Endanger America's Future Economic Growth The Senate Needs To Pass The “Grassley” Economic Security Plan

11/02/2001
Letter to the President Regarding the Post Office Bailout
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Letter to the President Regarding the Post Office Bailout

The Honorable George W. Bush President of the United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20500 Dear Mr. President: In the wake of recent, horrific incidents involving terrorist attacks and the dissemination of anthrax through the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), we salute your leadership. It is clear that your entire administration is intensively engaged in bolstering the confidence of American citizens and to ensure the safety of the U.S. mail system across the nation.

11/01/2001
Letter to Congress on Amendment to H.R. 3150
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Letter to Congress on Amendment to H.R. 3150

Dear Member of Congress: The September 11th terrorist attacks exposed glaring deficiencies in our nation’s air security infrastructure. Congress must act to improve our airport security and to assure Americans that the possibility of another aerial terrorist attack is greatly diminished. But protecting the American skies will require a more dedicated, flexible, and technologically proficient workforce, not a new federal bureaucracy.

10/31/2001
National IDiocy
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National IDiocy

Named after a 1970s’ Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) consulting project that started the enterprise, Oracle Corporation has grown into the worldwide leader in database software. Perhaps it is because the company got its start in the surveillance industry that Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison recently launched a campaign for a National Identification (ID) card and a database to track American citizens. In a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed, Ellison argued that such a database may have prevented the September 11th terrorist atrocities, and volunteered to provide the necessary Oracle database software to the government free-of-charge.

10/30/2001
Cipronymous
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Cipronymous

Not long ago, the names and uses of new pharmaceuticals was an esoteric subject discussed by few outside of the medical community. The public’s exposure to the names of these drugs was limited to scribbles on doctors’ pads and the labels of their prescriptions. Conversely, today the average American not only knows the names of new pharmaceuticals like Viagra and Celebrex, but demands them in consultation with his physician. In fact, a doctor’s willingness to write the prescriptions desired by his patients has become a criterion on which he is judged.

10/23/2001
Challenge of global antitrust
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Challenge of global antitrust

BY James Miller III

The recent GE-Honeywell debacle should be a wake-up call about the potential for antitrust enforcement by foreign governments to affect U.S. companies and, eventually, U.S. consumers.

10/22/2001

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