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Key Vote "No" on S. 2636
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Key Vote "No" on S. 2636

On behalf of hundreds of thousands of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to VOTE NO on S. 2636.  This legislation includes a provision dealing with bankruptcy that would allow courts broad authority to rewrite mortgage contracts.  This would set a dangerous precedent, greatly weakening the concept of a contract and its value for all parties involved.  The bill also seeks more direct federal spending, calling for taxpayers nationwide to cover the costs for those regions of the nation where housing markets were overbuilt.

02/26/2007
Big Labor's Card Check is Bad News for Workers
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Big Labor's Card Check is Bad News for Workers

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01/17/2007
Forecast Fault Lines
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Forecast Fault Lines

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10/18/2006
The Danger of Over-Regulation
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The Danger of Over-Regulation

10/11/2006
The Call to Reform Section 404
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The Call to Reform Section 404

In the wake of the 2002 corporate accounting scandals at Enron and WorldCom, Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX).  Garnering a combined vote of 522-3 in the House and Senate, SOX was billed as an attempt to strengthen corporate governance at America’s public companies.  In reality, the bill was a misguided mishmash of provisions passed in an uncritical hurry by a panicky Congress.

10/02/2006
Real Do-Gooders
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Real Do-Gooders

This piece originally appeared in the Washington Times on Oct. 1, 2006.  If you wanted to become really rich, yet at the same time help your fellow man, what would you do? There is no contradiction. The answer is -- start a business -- where you provide employment to others and also provide a new or improved good or service, or an existing good or service at a lower price.  

10/01/2006
Top Ten Welfare Queens, 2006
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Top Ten Welfare Queens, 2006

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08/08/2006
House Conservatives Circulate Letter on Minimum Wage
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House Conservatives Circulate Letter on Minimum Wage

Despite the clear economic case against a higher federal minimum wage, "moderates" in Congress are continuing the push the issue.  Fortunately, House conservatives are not going along with this misguided effort, and members of the Republican Study Committee circulated this letter on Capitol Hill yesterday.  Click here to view the letter (.pdf)

07/28/2006
Paper or Plastic? The Transition from Cash to Payment Cards
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Paper or Plastic? The Transition from Cash to Payment Cards

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07/25/2006
European Death Wish
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European Death Wish

This piece was originally published on July 13, 2006 in The Washington Times. VIENNA, Austria. -- Human lifespans in developed countries have been increasing 15 seconds every minute for the past 125 years, and they are increasing even faster in the developing countries -- on average about 20 seconds every minute. This means that in Europe and America lifespans increase about one year over every four-year period. Why has this happened? In one word -- chemistry.

07/13/2006

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