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Social Security Is Still a Hopelessly Bad Deal for Today’s Workers
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Social Security Is Still a Hopelessly Bad Deal for Today’s Workers

The argument that Social Security is a bad deal for today’s workers and that they would get higher returns and benefits by investing through personal accounts instead has gained broader and broader acceptance. This view has greatly fueled reforms and proposals in the United States and abroad that are based on personal, private investment and insurance accounts.

11/29/1999
Floridian Jim Kallinger Named CSE’s Activist of the Year
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Floridian Jim Kallinger Named CSE’s Activist of the Year

(WINTER PARK) – Today, Slade O’Brien, Director of Florida Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), proudly announced that Jim Kallinger is CSE’s Activist of the Year. In November, Jim and Dana Kallinger traveled to Washington, D.C. to attend a congratulatory reception.

11/16/1999
CSE Foundation Opposes NGA Internet Tax Plan
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CSE Foundation Opposes NGA Internet Tax Plan

Today, Erick Gustafson, Director of Technology Policy at Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation, made the following statement in response to the National Governor’s Association proposal to tax the Internet:

11/16/1999
Remarks by Peggy Venable to the Texas Federation of Republican Women State Convention: Houston, Texas
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Remarks by Peggy Venable to the Texas Federation of Republican Women State Convention: Houston, Texas

I am excited and enthusiastic to be here today. We are on the cusp of a new century and I am in a hall filled with women who are helping shape the new millennium. You have had a tremendous impact on Texas politics as this century comes to a close. You have worked in campaigns across the state and are largely responsible for Texas having all 29 statewide office holders Republicans. You are a powerful group, and I am grateful to be here.

11/13/1999
Capitol Comment 261 - You’ve Got Money ... The Internet Paves the Way for Small Business
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Capitol Comment 261 - You’ve Got Money ... The Internet Paves the Way for Small Business

The romantic comedy You’ve Got Mail seems to have found the pulse of the nineties. Tom Hanks plays the chain store bully who forces Meg Ryan’s small, family-owned bookstore out of business. However, that story has been around since Wal-Mart first came on the scene; what makes this a nineties romantic comedy is that Ryan and Hanks meet online, and they fall in love as they exchange email. The Internet has really only emerged in the last four or five years, but already has made a tremendous impact on the way Americans communicate, both personally and professionally.

11/12/1999
Capitol Comment 260 - Politics at Play in the National Forests
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Capitol Comment 260 - Politics at Play in the National Forests

On October 13, 1999, President Clinton issued a sweeping directive that, once again, demonstrated the great power the executive branch holds over America’s public lands. The directive instructs the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) to propose a rule blocking road building, logging, mining, and virtually all other human activity on 40 million acres of Forest Service land.

11/10/1999
Capitol Comment 260 - Politics at Play in the National Forests
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Capitol Comment 260 - Politics at Play in the National Forests

On October 13, 1999, President Clinton issued a sweeping directive that, once again, demonstrated the great power the executive branch holds over America’s public lands. The directive instructs the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) to propose a rule blocking road building, logging, mining, and virtually all other human activity on 40 million acres of Forest Service land.

11/10/1999
Texas CSE Wraps Up Tax Tour: Lesson from the Road Is Texans Do Care
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Texas CSE Wraps Up Tax Tour: Lesson from the Road Is Texans Do Care

Texas Citizens for a Sound Economy wrapped up the fifth and final leg of its 1999 Texas Tax Tour in South Texas last week. We have covered almost every part of the state—from the Panhandle to The Valley, from East to West Texas, traveling 4,800 miles through 50 towns and communities collecting over 3,600 petition signatures. Everywhere CSE traveled we discovered one thing: Texans think government takes too much of their hard-earned money.

11/09/1999
Microsoft: Predatory Innovator in the Competitive High-Tech Sector?
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Microsoft: Predatory Innovator in the Competitive High-Tech Sector?

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy Chairman C. Boyden Gray commented on the recent "Findings of Fact" in U.S. vs. Microsoft Corporation.

11/08/1999
Capitol Comment 259 - What’s a Dollar Raise Really Worth?
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Capitol Comment 259 - What’s a Dollar Raise Really Worth?

Possibly driven by guilt over the raise they just gave themselves, Congress wants to help those at the bottom of the pay scale. Their plan is to help poor Americans by raising the minimum wage one dollar over the next two or three years. It is a bad policy hiding behind a compassionate sound bite.

11/04/1999

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