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America's Tax Code Failure
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America's Tax Code Failure

Recent economic news has been promising; the Bureau for Economic Analysis reported that economic growth for the second quarter of 2003 was 2.4 percent, which far exceeded expectations. Unemployment data, while dropping from a peak of 6.4 percent, remained a concern, with total payroll numbers shrinking by 44,000 as July’s unemployment rate was reported at 6.2 percent. Orders to U.S. factories rose by 1.7 percent in June and personal consumption also increased by 3.3 percent in the second quarter. Overall, the news suggests the economy continues to improve, leaving the worst of the slump behind.

08/07/2003
Transition Financing, Not Transition Costs
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Transition Financing, Not Transition Costs

It is good news for all Americans that the debate over Social Security is moving from should we reform the system to how should we reform the system. The question of how to reform Social Security brings up new questions, but we must make sure these stones on the track don’t stop the train that is reform from continuing in the right direction.

08/07/2003
Eleven AWOL Texas Senators’ Behavior is Shameful
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Eleven AWOL Texas Senators’ Behavior is Shameful

As jokes are circulating about them appearing on milk cartons, wanted posters and playing cards, the flight of 11 Texas state senators is a serious abdication of their responsibilities to the citizens of Texas. First the House Democrats fled to Oklahoma and now the Senate Democrats have taken flight to more plush quarters in Albuquerque. They may be chuckling over cocktails now but will likely end up crying in their beer.

08/07/2003
Alabama Tea Party! Axe the Tax Rally This Saturday
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Alabama Tea Party! Axe the Tax Rally This Saturday

Alabama Tea Party! Axe the Tax Rally This Saturday

08/07/2003
Alabama Tea Party! Axe the Tax Rally This Saturday
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Alabama Tea Party! Axe the Tax Rally This Saturday

Alabama Tea Party! Axe the Tax Rally This Saturday

08/07/2003
CSE New Hampshire Announces Ambitious Event Schedule
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CSE New Hampshire Announces Ambitious Event Schedule

The month of August is proving busy for NH CSE. On the 2nd of August State Director Chuck McGee and Strafford County Chair Dunc Chaplin attended the Strafford County GOP Picnic with a CSE booth and signed up over a dozen Social Security reform supporters. The booth also generated generous press coverage in the Sunday edition of the Foster’s Daily Democrat newspaper. Look for the NH CSE Action Team and NH CSE to be conducting or attending the follow events this month:

08/07/2003
Radio: Peggy Venable on Texas Redistricting
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Radio: Peggy Venable on Texas Redistricting

I'm taping a 2-min. commentary for KUT-FM which is based on the piece we used for this week's email on the AWOL Texas Senators.

08/07/2003
Bush's Healthy Forests Initiative makes both ecological and economical sense
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Bush's Healthy Forests Initiative makes both ecological and economical sense

BY Jonathan Hill

SPECIAL TO CITIZEN-TIMES POSTED: Aug. 6, 2003 5:47 p.m. As it has in many other states, the U.S. government has badly mismanaged its federally owned forest lands in North Carolina. Years of a "zero tolerance" fire policy have left forests and rangelands overgrown and full of diseased and infested trees. Although these policies were well- intentioned efforts to protect the land from destructive fires, they have unfortunately had the opposite effect.

08/07/2003
Dunc Chaplin Named Strafford County Chair
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Dunc Chaplin Named Strafford County Chair

New Hampshire Citizens for a Sound Economy (NH CSE) State Director Chuck McGee announced today that retired Col. Dunc Chaplin has been selected as the organization’s Strafford County Chairman. “We are honored to have the volunteer efforts and experience of Dunc Chaplin helping us promote the issue of Social Security reform and our New Hampshire Freedom Agenda,” said McGee. “Dunc is a perfect example of the difference that can be made through citizen involvement and citizen participation.”

08/06/2003
North Carolina Representative Connie Wilson speaks at Mitchell County CSE Chapter
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North Carolina Representative Connie Wilson speaks at Mitchell County CSE Chapter

Representative Connie Wilson, Chairman of the Commerce Committee in the State House spoke Tuesday evening in Bakersville, North Carolina before a crowd of 50 activists. She addressed the need for economic development in rural Northwest North Carolina and praised NC CSE for their efforts to fight against tax increases. Representative Wilson was one of the keynote speakers in Raleigh this year for CSE Day and voted against tax increases in the budget. She challenged CSE members to stay involved in legislative process.

08/06/2003

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