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First Principles: The Tea Party Focuses GOP Platform on Limited Government
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First Principles: The Tea Party Focuses GOP Platform on Limited Government

When the Tea Party emerged on the national scene in early 2009, pundits, politicos and the entrenched party establishment questioned whether or not these newly engaged activists would have a lasting affect on the political process.    So, much like we did with our "Tea Party Debt Commission", we went to our over 1.8 million activists and supporters to find out what direction they wanted the GOP to head.  What was important to them when it came to the future of the Republican Party? 

08/21/2012
Back In Chains
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Back In Chains

The despicable class warfare strategy settled on by the Obama campaign is sinking lower and lower, dragging the reputation of the Presidency with it. Having humorously accused Romney of the universal practice of minimizing the amount he pays in taxes or not paying any at all, of killing jobs and even killing a woman, the widely discredited assault on common sense continues apace.

08/15/2012
Limiting Government Through the Culture War
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Limiting Government Through the Culture War

The speeches at FreePAC in Dallas July 26 will have a lasting impact on the movement for limited government. Each was inspirational and important, but one stands out among the others for the insight that political victories are a result of cultural change. The only way to limit government is with a limiting culture.You can watch the rest of the amazing FreePAC speeches from the links below:

07/31/2012
Hate Chicken
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Hate Chicken

Ever since the Chick-fil-A President Cathy voiced his opinion in favor of the tradional view of marriage, politicians have been stumbling over themselves to threaten to discriminate against the Chick-fil-A company on the basis of the free expression of one of its executives.

07/30/2012
Why We Won’t “Just Give Up Already” On ObamaCare
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Why We Won’t “Just Give Up Already” On ObamaCare

These days, the left is just about begging conservatives to surrender on repealing ObamaCare.

07/19/2012
Full Repeal Part 1: Do Not Implement a PPACA Exchange
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Full Repeal Part 1: Do Not Implement a PPACA Exchange

Freedom-loving Americans are more determined than ever to be rid of the misnamed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, knowing as we do that it will neither protect patients nor be in any way affordable.  FreedomWorks and other pro-freedom organizations have a simple Five Point Plan for full repeal. The first two of those points call for states to limit the Act's reach. It is important for activists and policy makers to understand these points and be able to explain them to others.First,  governors and legislators should decline to implement the Act's exchange in their state.The final four points are to decline to expand the state's Medicaid program, and for pro-repeal candidates to win the House, Senate, and Presidency in November. Then, of course, we will have to keep the pressure on our elected officials to pass a full repeal and proceed with reforms that champion patient centered health care and free market principles. 

07/16/2012
White House Hosting Obama Campaign Speeches
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White House Hosting Obama Campaign Speeches

President Obama told small business owners at a campaign event in Roanoke, VA that someone other than themselves is responsible for their success. As it did with that one, the White House routinely posts the transcript each of President Obama's campaign speeches on its web site. The speeches are labeled as taking place at campaign events. That is the kind of abuse the Hatch Act was intended to prohibit.

07/16/2012
EPA Violating Private Property Rights
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EPA Violating Private Property Rights

The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) desire to regulate the American people seems to never end. In the name of ‘protecting the environment’, the EPA has crossed the line one to many times. 

07/13/2012
EPA's New Source Performance Standard as bad as Utility MACT?
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EPA's New Source Performance Standard as bad as Utility MACT?

The EPA is proposing a tough new regulation on the energy sector, by creating a New Source Performance Standard for CO2 proposal requires new fossil-fuel electric generators to release no more than 1,000lbs of CO2 per MWh.  No currently operating coal-fired plant comes close to achieving this level.  Coal plants fitted with carbon capture and storage (CCS) equipment could meet the new standards, but the cost would surpass the cost of new natural gas cycle plants. The CCS equipment would increase cost around 80%for pulverized coal plants electricity.

07/09/2012
Rolling back the EPA
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Rolling back the EPA

The EPA’s new Utility MACT rule survived on June 20th as Senator Inhofe’s S.J. Res. 37 failed to pass the Senate. His resolution would have prevented the EPA’s expansive new rule from going into effect. 

07/09/2012

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